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Afternoon Tea at Faithlegg House to raise funds for Dunmore East RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

An Afternoon Tea at Faithlegg House Hotel and Golf Club at 2pm on Sunday, 2 October will raise funds for Dunmore East RNLI.

RNLI/James Good

Set on a 200-acre country estate, Faithlegg House Hotel is an 18th century mansion which has been beautifully restored to form the centre piece of a magnificent four star hotel and golf course. A beautiful dining space with beautiful views to savour a special dining experience. So what better place to enjoy afternoon tea with friends or family, while raising vital funds for Dunmore East RNLI.

Carol McGeary, Dunmore East RNLI Volunteer Fundraising Branch PRO, said: ‘We are so grateful to have such a fantastic venue and we appreciate the generosity of all our sponsors who have given some amazing raffle prizes. We at Dunmore East RNLI are very excited and looking forward to welcoming everyone to our special fundraising event’.

Tickets are €40 each and will include entry to a door prize of Afternoon Tea for Two kindly donated by Faithlegg House Hotel. Tickets can be purchased from the Lifeboat Shop at Dunmore East Harbour, via the station Facebook page or by contacting any of the following numbers - 087 6457091, 087 2040962, 087 3619961, 087 7654274, 089 2546304 or 087 2960977.

A raffle on the day will include some amazing prizes. Among them are Two nights Bed and Breakfast at the renowned 5* Park Hotel Kenmare, Two nights Bed and Breakfast at beautiful Dingle Benners Hotel located in the heart of Dingle Town and Afternoon Tea at the elegant Hayfield Manor Hotel in Cork city. Raffle prizes are exclusive to attendees.

Music by Paul Curran Entertainment , formerly The Bottle Brothers.

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RNLI/James Good

RNLI/James Good

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