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Afternoon tea for Women's Little Christmas

Wednesday, 6th December, 2017 6:00pm

Treat yourself and the ladies in your life to the perfect gift this Christmas!
That is an afternoon of fashion, glamour and pampering at the Women’s Little Christmas Afternoon Tea and Fashion Showcase in aid of Breakthrough Cancer Research. The event will take place on Saturday 6 January in the Cork International Hotel.

Guests will be treated to a drinks reception on arrival, hair demonstrations by Sabrina Hill of New Hair Revolution and Kopper Hair Salons and make-up demos by professional make-up artist Erin Kelleher. Sumptuous afternoon tea will follow with some of Cork’s fashion highlights from top boutiques. The afternoon will be brought to an elegant end with the dulcet tones of Velvet music duo.

Also, not to be forgotten is our best dressed lady competition, goody bags and much, much more.

Orla Dolan, Director of Fundraising with Breakthrough Cancer Research said: “Nollaig na mBan or Women’s Little Christmas is a fabulous excuse to catch up with the ladies in your life after a hectic Christmas and is a perfect excuse to have some well-deserved ‘me’ time. And for a great cause. Each year we get together to treat ourselves and to raise vital funds for cancer research, and are always grateful for the fantastic support of the ladies of Cork.”

Breakthrough Cancer Research is leading the way with research into cancers with poor prognosis such as ovarian, pancreatic and oesophageal.

Having already progressed seven treatments progress from the laboratory to clinical trial, they work closely with multiple hospitals in Cork to ensure their research is responding to the needs of patients with cancers that do not respond to conventional therapies.

Sandra Murphy, Event Production and Creation Manager with The Trigon Hotel Group will return to MC the event for the afternoon.

Tickets are €40 and can be bought by calling Jesse at Breakthrough Cancer Research on 021-4226655, or visit

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