Spring Clean for Charity!


If you are anything like me, and hoard all your clothes (the top that you don’t like and don’t know what you ever saw in it, the dress that still has the tags on and again you don’t know what you ever saw in it!) here is something for you! For all my Ireland based readers, the second ‘Spring Clean for Charity Sale’ taking place on Sunday March 13th 2011 raising funds for the St Vincent De Paul. Nearly 100 people have already signed up for the event and will be spring cleaning their houses with their friends and family and selling their unwanted treasures to the public at the event in the RDS, Dublin.

Following the success of the event last year, which saw over 5,000 people attend and raised in excess of €80,000, the 2011 Spring Clean For Charity Sale will be bigger and better. With fabulous fashions, amazing accessories, toys, trinkets, gadgets and games and designer bags for all bargain hunters, the event this year will also have the support of a number of well known faces from the world of business, music and entertainment taking part including Bill Cullen, Jackie Lavin, Lorraine Keane, Lisa Fitzpatrick, Deborah Veale and many more.

There is no cost to take part in the event and to register for the Spring Clean for Charity Sale, simply email help@springcleanforcharity.ie or call 086 8221751
The ‘Spring Clean for Charity Sale’ will take place in the Shelbourne Hall, RDS, Dublin from 11am – 5pm on Sunday March 13th 2011. Admission will be €5 with children under 12 free of charge.
Those interested in taking part in the event can go to www.springcleanforcharity.ie

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