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Event Mobility Services at the Irish Open

For the past two days we have been providing event mobility services at The Irish Open which is taking place from 19-22 June at Fota Island Resort, Cork.

Sally Madden of Bluebird Care with members of the Goulding Family who are availing of our event mobility services at The Irish Open at Fota Island Resort

Sally Madden of Bluebird Care with members of the Goulding Family who are availing of our event mobility services at The Irish Open at Fota Island Resort

Don O’Riordan, Director of Bluebird Care Cork has overseen logistics on the course and his team are ensuring that the Tournament is accessible to people of all ages and all abilities.

“It is very important for us to ensure the event is accessible. We approached the European Tour last year and asked if we could support them in planning the event giving due regard to people with disabilities and people with limiting mobility issues. It has been a seamless working relationship and customers attending and using our event mobility services have appreciated it.”

Don O'Riordan, Director Bluebird Care Cork

Don O’Riordan, Director Bluebird Care Cork

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Laura & Helen managing the Event Mobility Stand at The Irish Open

Laura & Helen managing the Event Mobility Stand at The Irish Open

Sporting Talent in Cork for Special Olympics Ireland

The Summit for Special Olympics Table Quiz was held in Cork Constitution Football Club on Thursday 26thSeptember with Bluebird Care Cork Director Don O’Riordan acting as quiz master.

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Pictured above are Siobhan Nolan, Special Olympics Ireland Munster and Sally Madden, Director Bluebird Care Cork.

Don O’Riordan says, “An enjoyable evening was had by all with a lot of banter and generous donations on behalf of Special Olympics Ireland. I would like to thank everyone who turned out.”

After 10 rounds of intense battle a further two rounds was required to separate two superb teams. Congratulations to the winning team ably lead by Jamie Wallace.

The evening was a huge success and monies raised will be presented to Special Olympics Ireland at an upcoming event.