CELTIC SUPPORTERS are being urged to take part in a unique Celtic-themed festiveal and the Huddle Up Errigal this weekend.
It is all in the name of charity with the weekend’s events in west Donegal all to raise money for Scoil Chonaill Bunbeg’s Autism Unit, the Donegal Hospice and the Celtic Foundation.
“In an exciting weekend we will climb Errigal, sing Celtic songs and bring Celtic back to the hills of Donegal,” organisers say.
“We will all be doing the Huddle Up Errigal on the 3rd & 4th of September 2016, with a range of Celtic themed activities throughout the weekend.”[adrotate group=”76″]
On Saturday, at 12noon, Celtic supporters will meet at the Errigal car park and climb Donegal’s highest peak. When they reach the top of the 751-metre mountain, they will assemble in a famous Celtic huddle.
Celtic ambassador Jay Beatty will be attending and will give all participants a hug before they head up the mountain.
A big weekend is planned and includes a questions and answers session with renowned journalist Phil Mac Giolla Bháin in Teach Mhici on Sunday evening.[adrotate group=”38″]
The Schedule for Huddle up Errigal
- Friday 2ndSeptember – welcome event Teac Jack 8pm with Sinnanigans and Raffle of Celtic Top
- Saturday 3rdSeptember 12pm – assemble Errigal car park Huddle up Errigal
- Saturday 3rdSeptember – Gary Lawlor and the rebels Teac Jack 10pm €5 on door with raffle and auction of Celtic, Donegal and Mayo tops
- Sunday 4thSeptember 12pm to 4pm – 7 a side soccer tournament hosted by Gweedore United FC
- Sunday 4th September 6pm – Q & A with the author of Downfall of Rangers Phil Mac Giolla Bháin in Teach Mhici €10 on door
- Sunday 4thSeptember 8pm – Farewell Ceili Teac Jacks with Pat Gallagher the front man of Goats Don’t Shave will be singing in the bar.