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Night at dogs for Down Syndrome Ireland

Thursday, 16th February, 2012 10:30am

Story by Tom Kelly
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Night at dogs for Down Syndrome Ireland
Night at dogs for Down Syndrome Ireland

Down Syndrome Ireland hosts its annual charity Night At The Dogs fundraiser at Mullingar Greyhound Stadium on Saturday February 25.

Many thousands are expected to attend this and similar events across the country, and Down Syndrome Ireland hopes to raise more than €100,000 for its services.

This family fun event is proudly supported by the Irish Greyhound Board. Tickets bought directly from Down Syndrome Ireland will also be in with a chance to win two tickets to some of the most sought after concerts this year, including, Jedward, Westlife, Imelda May and comedian PJ Gallagher.

Tickets available from 0190 373737 or 01 4266500; downsyndrome.ie. World Down Syndrome Day is March 21.

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