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A gem of an evening celebrating 40 years supporting children with cancer

These days anything can be made cooler by slapping the term “vintage” to it but the upcoming Ruby Ball promises to be a gem of a night like no other when guests will feel like they have truly stepped back in time.

The opulent event on May 18 which is hosted by Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children and sponsored by leading community retailers EUROSPAR and VIVOXTRA will allow guests to see the Culloden Estate as they never have before.

After a sumptuous meal in the Stuart Suite, guests can make their way into a vintage outdoor marquee to enjoy top class entertainment, while joining the charity in celebrating 40 years supporting local children with cancer and their families.

For further details on the Ruby Ball please log onto www.nicfc.com or contact Laura Johnston by calling 028 9080 5599 or emailing laura@nicfc.com

This article is for Brian Lowry, a great friend of mine who passed away last week. Editor.

NICFC fundraising manager, Laura Johnston, said the event, compered by broadcaster Sarah Travers, will mark a milestone for the charity and is a night not to be missed.

“We are celebrating 40 years of providing practical and emotional support at home and in the ward to local young people with cancer and their families. Proceeds from this event will help us continue to provide this vital service. Not to mention the craic will be brilliant, so get your ticket now for what promises to be the gala event of the year,” she said.

Stephen Gibson, channel sales manager for EUROSPAR AND VIVOXTRA supermarkets, said:  “We have been working closely with NICFC for the last two years and over this time we have witnessed first-hand the amazing work carried out by the charity to support young people and their families across Northern Ireland.

“As community retailers we will remain committed to fundraising for this local charity. To date we have raised an amazing £170,000 for NICFC and through sponsoring the Ruby Ball we want to further strengthen our support for the charity. The evening will be a fantastic celebratory event. I would like to congratulate NICFC on this milestone and wish them success for years to come.”

 

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