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Dragon Boat Race

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Roadford Lake
Launceston
Cornwall
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Dragon Boat Race in aid of Vitalise Churchtown - Roadford Lake, off A30 between Launceston and Okehampton. Contact: Mick Ryan, Telephone: 01208 871 932.

The Dragon Boat Race being held at Roadford Lake on Sunday 31st August is a fun-filled day in which employers and employees can encourage team building and charity support amongst staff. Families and friends are also encouraged to participate in an event providing great entertainment with a competitive spirit! Children as young as 12 can take part and there will also be other activities, such as water sports, on the day. The event is being held to raise money for Vitalise Churchtown in Lanlivery which is an accessible residential activity Centre providing respite breaks and Day Services for children and adults with physical, sensory and learning difficulties. Please contact Fundraiser Mick Ryan on 01208 871932 or e-mail for entry forms.

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