Network Ireland North Tipperary branch is pleased to announce they are hosting their first ever Fashion Show Fundraiser Event on Friday, October 7th !
This year’s charity is Suir Haven, Thurles Cancer Support Centre.
The exciting fundraiser is a unique opportunity to view the work of fashion, jewellery and millinery designers, members and guests of the network.
The event was launched Saturday, 17th September by fashion queen Celia Holman Lee, Michael Boyle, General Manager of the Anner Hotel, ladies members of the Suir Haven Committee and ladies members of the Network Ireland.
The event will commence at 7pm in the Anner Hotel, Thurles with a wine reception whit the show beginning at 8pm. Special attraction for this event is the designer-led fashion show, live performance, exhibitors, shopping, prize raffle, projection of an award-winning animation and “Best Dressed Lady Competition”. Nora Fogarty’s solo concert performance and Celia Holman Lee as the producer of the fashion show can only assure that will attract many people in the audience.
Outfits will be provided by Le Château 'Choos' & Clothing Boutique and award-winning designers such as Elena Brennan – jewellery, Camelia Shanahan – fashion & knitwear, Alison Roe - millinery. Catherine O'Donnell's award winning animation will be projected on the main screen.
Catherine, an alumna of LIT LSAD Clonmel is the 2015 winner of the Animation & Motion Design Category of the Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI) Graduate Design Awards.
Network Ireland North Tipperary branch President Camelia Shanahan is looking forward to the event: “Style & Rhythm Fashion Show Fundraising Event is an exciting opportunity to demonstratewhat our networking organisation can do for the community.
“It is the first time we organise this event and full commitment of the network members, their families and friends to their fundraiser will help Suir Haven provide their support services to the people in need.
Suir Haven is a community based cancer support centre funded and managed by North Tipperary Hospice.
“Founded in 1990, the North Tipperary Hospice Movement was set up to fundraise to provide a palliative home care service for people dying of cancer, the service offering people the option of being cared for in their own homes surrounded by family and friends at end stage of life.
Since 1990, the movement has greatly improved their services adding two support centres, Suir Haven in Thurles and Suaimhneas in Nenagh.
“Both centres offer emotional support, complementary therapies, counselling, practical help and information in a safe, positive and confidential environment.”
Tickets are available from Le Château 'Choos' & Clothing Boutique and Unique Salon, Thurles. Alternatively, tickets can be bought online from our branch website: ww.networkireland.ie