A night of fashion and music for Hospice

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The Wild Duck, Portglenone will host models and melodies on Thursday, November 13 as high fashion duets with the kings of country.

Organised by Logan’s Bridal Fashion Manager Dorothy Cairns, this unique event will help raise funds for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice.

Dorothy said: “We have high fashion along with the best of Country music.

“The aim is to have a great night’s craic, see the best of local fashion and raise money for our local Children’s Hospice.

“I would like to thank everyone who has made this possible and judging by the enquiries for tickets, we are looking forward to a sell out show.”

On the catwalk includes bridal fashion from Logan’s of Cloughmills. Topping that will be Milliner’s Lavender Lady with an array of hats for all occasions with undergarment specialists, Sioda Lingerie raising the hemline with their vintage garters.

A world class piper will welcome guests as they arrive, the wonderful Fiddler Adams will open the show with Corrs tribute singer Sinead Martin and British Country Music Award nominee Sara Crockett on stage later in the evening.

Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice Community Fundraiser Catherine O’Hara said: “On behalf of everyone at NI Children’s Hospice, I would like to thank Dorothy and her team for their support.

“The fashion meets country show will be a great night out and in terms of fundraising will make a life changing difference.

“Last year we cared for 293 life-limited children living across Northern Ireland. It is thanks to the generosity and support of the people of Northern Ireland that we are able to do this.”

Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice provides respite and end of life care for children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions.

Practical, emotional and bereavement support is also provided for the whole family. Care is provided at the Children’s Hospice buildings in Newtownabbey and Killadeas and also in local communities across Northern Ireland.