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With over 900 people already signed up and a massive £25,000 raised, Darkness Into Light Causeway is making its mark on raising awareness and funds for mental health.

The successful campaign, spearheaded by Councillor Stephanie Quigley, will take place in less than 24 hours.

If you haven’t registered yet, there’s still time before the walkers set out from Portrush Town Hall at 4am tomorrow morning.

A huge team of 140 volunteers, alongside Coleraine Samaritans and the Community Rescue team are making sure this event will run smoothly.

Local businesses such as The Arcadia, Bob & Bert’s, and Maud’s in Portrush will all be opening their doors at dawn and donating free tea and coffee to the walkers.

The forecast is looking good! Don’t miss out! Be there and register today at www.darknessintolight.ie/event/portrush-colraine

This is active right up to the event at 4am.

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