Bear In Mind boss man and local mental health advocate for the dance music community Pauly Doyle will be cycling from Dingle to Fuinneamh Festival in Dundalk, covering 350km in aid of Cancer Prevention. Pauly’s cycle from each end of Ireland will help Irish cancer society perform more research into cancer prevention, and he hopes to raise 5,000 euro for the charity.
From running gigs in Hynes Bar in Stoneybatter, booking techno acts such as Rene Wise and Yant, and showcasing discussions on the importance of wellness and mental in the dance music community, Pauly Doyle is a well established and key cog in Ireland’s dance music circle. He know embarks on one of his most ambitious tasks yet, as he cycles from each end of the country in aid of cancer prevention.
“Hi My name is Pauly I’m a psychology student, well-being advocate for the dance music community in Dublin, event promoter, and DJ. Recently my sister was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme, which is historically been a very hard form of cancer to treat, so I will be doing a cycle from one end of the country to the other in the second week of September in an attempt to raise awareness for the effects of physical exercise on the body and the brain and how staying active and fuelled with the right foods can minimise people chances of people getting cancer.“
Pauly will be aiming to raise 5,000 euros to help the Irish cancer society perform more research into cancer prevention. His starting point will be in Dingle Co. Kerry, and the endpoint will be in Dundalk County Louth, where he will arrive at the Fuinneamh festival on the 17th of sep, which will be around 350km. This will be the most ambitious task Pauly has ever set for himself, so all the support and donations will be greatly appreciated.
Pauly is also back at the Fuinneamh festival this year, joining the lotus tribe area to head a panel with festival director Luke reddy and Dublin-based poet and Spoken word artist Emmet O’Brien to discuss some topics around a post covid world, the environment, climate change and how we can use creativity, community and compassion for each other, the ecosystem and most importantly its inhabitants so we can do our part in guiding ourselves into a more sustainable and harmonious way of living. After the panel, there will also be an energetic performance by Emmet.
You can donate to Pauly’s Go Fund Me HERE.