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Party like it's the end of the world!

Thursday, 20th December, 2012 6:30am
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Party like it's the end of the world!
Party like it's the end of the world!

Have you booked your Christmas Party yet? Are you looking for a great way to end the working year and greet the great apocalypse of 2012? Then join the Simon Community on Friday December 21 in The Greville Arms Hotel for the Apocalypse Party!

Dress code: come as you would like to be remembered! The organisers even guarantee that if the world does not end you can claim a free drink at midnight.

Mullingar Friends of Simon, in partnership with The Greville Arms Hotel, say the Apocalypse Party 2012 is an excellent way for people across the region to turn up and show solidarity with some of the most vulnerable in society at Christmas.

Midlands Simon Community helps people to move out of homelessness by providing a range of supports; it also helps people to overcome the many other issues homeless people face, such as health and welfare needs, poverty, loneliness and isolation.

Tony O'Riordan, CEO of Midlands Simon, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for people to show solidarity with some of the most vulnerable and marginalised people in our community this Christmas. I would like to sincerely thank Mullingar Friends of Simon and The Greville Arms Hotel in Mullingar for putting this terrific event together. Without this type of support, and the goodwill and generosity of the wider community we simply could not survive.

"It is wonderful to see that the true meaning and spirit of Christmas is alive and well especially in these difficult times. It goes to show what can be achieved by working together."

Entry is just €15 or you can purchase your tickets in advance at the Greville Arms or Brian's Treasure Chest in Mullingar, or call 087 7985889.

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