A “Girls Night Out” in Claregalway next week aims to raise vital funds to find a cure for a rare form of cancer which affects a local four-year-old child.
The event, which will be held at Claregalway Hotel from 7pm to 10pm on Thursday, is one of a number of fundraisers to research a cure for neuroblastoma from which Claregalway girl Lily Mae Morrison suffers. An aggressive form of cancer it affects one in 100,000 children in Ireland.
Tickets for the fundraiser cost €10 and are available from the Claregalway Hotel or on the door on the night.
Go along and enjoy browsing the impressive array of stands, mostly local, and avail of the many special offers, treatments and displays on offer.
All proceeds from tickets sales, the cost of stands and raffle money will go to the Sunni-Mae Trust.
For further information or to book a stand or donate prizes contact Valerie at (086 ) 3207202.