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Charity wedding fair at little island

Thursday, 21st March, 2013 12:00am

3260 is the number of women living in Cork that are currently engaged according to Facebook and on 24 March they are all invited to a very special charity wedding fair in Little Island.Carrigtwohill based Cork Weddings and Events are hosting a Charity Wedding Fair in the Radisson Hotel, Little Island in aid of Irish Dogs For The Disabled. The event is set to be one of the biggest wedding fairs of 2013 with 60 suppliers ranging from limos to dresses and jewellery to ice cream vans in attendance.Speaking about the event Iris McCarthy from Cork Weddings and Events said: "This is going to be a fun day with a great line up of wedding suppliers who are all coming together to help a fantastic charity." The fair takes place from 2pm until 5.30pm in the Radisson and is priced at €5 per adult   with children free on the day.With so many couples currently planning their big day it is hoped that Sunday's wedding fair will raise much needed funds for Irish Dogs for the Disabled. People will also be delighted to hear that anything bought at the fair will also help as several of the suppliers have offered to donate a percentage of their sales at the event to the charity also.Some of the highlights on the day include a fashion show with 'real brides' plus wedding planner Claire Barry will be speaking and giving tips on how to make planning a wedding easier. One couple will also walk away with a prize of wedding flowers and church decoration worth €700 on the day from Cork Weddings and Events.Full details of the event can be found on

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