Thursday, 24th May 2018
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‘Get The Girls Out’ Afternoon Tea and Fashion Show raises over €5,000 for Waterford Hospice and The Solas Cancer Support Centre

In mid-May over 200 ladies gathered for the inaugural ‘Get The Girls Out’ Afternoon Tea and Fashion Show in aid of Waterford Hospice and The Solas Cancer Support Centre and on June 21 as a result of the fundraising event a cheque of €2,735.40 was handed over to each of the two charity organisations.

The event was sponsored by Tom Murphy Mercedes Benz and not only did the event raise vital funds for the organisations it also raised critical awareness for self breast checks, for further details and for self breast check instructions see http://www.getthegirlsout.ie

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