How a race bridged some of the gap to direct provision

How a race bridged some of the gap to direct provision
From left: Graham Clifford, Aodhan Clifford, 7, Deborah Onaif (Nigeria), Aoife Clifford, 9, and Molly Clifford, 12, about to cross the finish line at this year's Cork Marathon on June 3 Clare Keogh
Some events capture the imagination of a community and bring out the best in it. The Cork Sanctuary Runners initiative brought together marathon competitors from 40 different countries in a first-of-its-kind initiative.

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