Dance At The Meadowlands To Raise Funds For Irish Guide Dogs For The Blind

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Darragh Ó Cinnéide with Hanson, Anne Condon, Margaret Lyons, Joan Hill with Marcel, Anne O’Riordan with Junior and Anna Lynch launching the upcoming fundraising dance. Photo by Dermot Crean

HAVING raised over €20,000 last year for the Irish Guide Dogs For The Blind, local ladies are once again holding an fundraiser for the organisation.

A dance will be held in The Meadowlands Hotel on Saturday, February 16, with music coming from ‘Nightlife’.

Last August, six members of the Tralee divisional branch of the association went to Spain to walk part of the Camino de Santiago to raise funds for the national charity.

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‘Take the Lead and Dance the Night Away’ is guaranteed to be an entertaining evening and all for such a worthy charity.

All proceeds on the night will go to Irish Guide Dogs for the training of guide dogs dedicated to helping people who are visually impaired and children with autism to allow them the opportunity to achieve improved mobility and independence.

Enjoy a night of music, dancing & merriment with live music by Nightlife, finger foods provided by the Meadowlands Hotel and a raffle with fantastic prizes from supporters.  The tickets are €15 and available from the Meadowland Hotel or on the door on the night.

A night not to be missed!  Contact 0667180444 or for more information.  If you are interested in supporting the Irish Guide Dogs please contact

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  1. Do you have a event of that in Dublin cause I go and support it