Birches Vintage Club 2016 supper dance in aid of Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice

Members of the Birches Vintage Club are joined by Jenay Doyle from NI Children's Hospice and The Manager of the Seagoe Hotel to launch the club's 2016 'Big Country Night'.
Members of the Birches Vintage Club are joined by Jenay Doyle from NI Children's Hospice and The Manager of the Seagoe Hotel to launch the club's 2016 'Big Country Night'.
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The Birches Vintage Club are delighted to announce their annual supper dance will take place on Saturday 5th March at 8pm in the Seagoe Hotel, Portadown.

This year’s event will once again be supporting Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice.

Country Features will provide the backing music for artists Mat Leavey, Jodon Mogey, Sharon and Jamie Larkin, Colin Harney and Natalie Stevenson.

Tickets cost just £10 and can be purchased in advance by contacting Jenay Doyle on 079 676 953 42 or John Wilson on 077 3341 7540.

Running for over 22 years, the annual supper dance not only provides a great night out but raises thousands of pounds each year to support charities in Northern Ireland. Speaking on behalf of Birches Vintage Club, chairperson John Wilson said: “We are proud to continue to support the Children’s Hospice through our annual Charity Supper Dance. Last year we raised an amazing £10,000 for this local charity and we want to raise as much as we can again this year to help them continue their work in Northern Ireland. This event continues to grow every year and we would like to thank everyone who has supported our events over the years and helped to make them a success.”

Speaking on behalf of Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice, community fundraiser Jenay Doyle said: “We would like to thank the Birches Vintage Club for their ongoing support of our charity. We are excited to be involved with this annual event which is raising vital funds to help care for children in need of hospice care.

“It costs £3 million every year to fund our services for life-limited children and their families living across Northern Ireland. With limited government funding of £500,000 we heavily rely on the support of the local community to help us raise £2.5 million so we can continue providing specialist nursing care for these special families.”

If you would like more information about this event or how to get involved in fundraising for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice please contact Jenay Doyle on 079 676 953 42.