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Former Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle to appear at Foyle Hospice Ladies Lunch and Vintage Fair later this year, tickets on sale now
6 Aug 2018
With a hectic summer schedule of dates playing at festivals and events across the UK and Ireland you'd think Nadine Coyle would be looking forward to some free time. The original Derry girl who has had international success and a string of number one and top ten hits, took some time out from her performance at Kew Gardens Music Festival recently to meet with Foyle Hospice CEO Donall Henderson and launch the Ladies Lunch and Vintage Fair where Nadine will be special guest this year in her home city. Speaking from London Nadine said: "The Foyle Hospice does such tremendous work in our local community to care for and support its patients and their families and friends. It is truly an honour to launch this year’s Ladies Lunch and Vintage Fair; I can’t wait to see you all there!" The Foyle Hospice Ladies Lunch and Vintage Fair has become a popular annual event which showcases much of the merchandise available through the hospice's five retail stores. The shops which were rebranded earlier this year as “Loved and Cherished” to reflect the high quality donations provided Foyle Hospice supporters. As well as a display of chic and vintage fashion on the runway, there will be a number of stalls, raffle prizes and a scrumptious lunch on the day. Local broadcaster and journalist Sarah Travers will host with time set aside for Q&A with Nadine. Tickets for the event which takes place on Sunday 7th October 2018 at the City Hotel are on sale now priced at £20 each via www.foylehospice.com
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