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RTE newsreader Aengus MacGrianna hosting Midlands fashion event

Friday, 2nd May, 2014 11:53am
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RTE newsreader Aengus MacGrianna hosting Midlands fashion event
RTE newsreader Aengus MacGrianna hosting Midlands fashion event

The charity Muscular Dystrophy Ireland (MDI) is delighted to announce popular RTE newsreader Aengus MacGrianna will be hosting and acting as MC for the “Style of the Midlands” fashion show on Sunday the 4th of May at 7.30pm in Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone. Muscular Dystrophy Ireland, the leading support and information charity provider to individuals and families living with the neuromuscular condition are hosting a fashion show in an effort to raise much needed funds for the organisation.   

MDI work to support people of all ages through the provision of respite and information support and there are 49 members of Muscular Dystrophy Ireland affected by the condition living in the midlands .  

Speaking about the fashion event was Muscular Dystrophy Ireland’s PR & Fundraising Coordinator Amy Bramley from Laois said “we are thrilled to have the support and national presence of one of RTE’s most popular newsreaders, MDI is very appreciative for Mr Mac Grianna taking the time to MC the event. It will be an exceptional evening of fashion and music performed by up and coming band White Chalk who recently supported Kodaline”.  

‘The Style of the Midlands’ fashion show in Athlone is a marvellous opportunity for Muscular Dystrophy Ireland to tell people what it means to have a neuromuscular condition, and how the public can help MDI continue providing essential respite support services from youth and adult holidays to emergency respite.   

Along with the performance from White Chalk, there will be a variety of items available in the draw and the raffle including a chance to win a two night stay and evening meal at the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone kindly sponsored by the hotel. Tickets for ‘The Style of the Midlands’ fashion show are  €10 with all proceeds going directly to Muscular Dystrophy Ireland and the Midlands Branch to provide essential respite support. There are 49 members of Muscular Dystrophy Ireland living in the midlands.

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