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You are cordially invited…..
Posted by Michael Wall Bepsoke in Give me your Thoughts, The Gems of Information on February 21, 2013
Coming to the Radisson Blu, Little Island Cork this March is a Charity Wedding Fair.
Run by Cork Weddings and Events, it will be held on the 24th, from 2 – 5.30pm and it is run on behalf of the wonderful Irish Dogs for the Disabled.
Based in Cork, Irish Dogs for the Disabled attempt to enhance the quality of life for young people and adults.
They provide fully trained assistance dogs that in turn provide physical and psychological support to their partners. They receive no funding.
So on the day there will be over 50 suppliers, myself included, covering every aspect of your wedding.
So what will I be doing on the day?
I will be on hand to offer advice on all things bling. Will be happy to talk with you about jewellery styles, metals, and of course Diamonds.
I also offer a pre-wedding service, which is a full complement of services for brides to be. Ring resizing, inspection of settings and mounts, polishing and plating service.
Do ask me on the day.
As well as the above I will be offering a Full Valuation Service** to include:
- A full Valuation service on ‘Multiple Items’ of Jewellery.
- An Itemised list of all Items of Jewellery.
- A full check of the Settings, and Stones in your Jewellery.
- A printed Schedule of all Items for Insurance Purposes.
Flat Rate of €60* for all of the above.
*I will donate €10 directly to the charity.
I will NOT be charging a ‘final value fee’ of the Item(s).
If you wish to make an appointment, you may call me on: 086 8687456 or e-mail: email@example.com
Booking is advised. You can also drop by my stand on the day.
As mentioned the fair is running from 2 – 5.30pm
The Entrance Fee is €5 for adults. Prize giveaways and a fashion show throughout the day. There might even be a fabulous give away from me too!
Do please check out the wonderful work Irish Dogs for the Disabled are doing, and do please come along the 24th March 2013 to the Radisson Blu, Little Island.
Below is Breffni, held by Irish Dogs for the Disabled patron Graham Norton. Breffni was matched with 8 year old Patrick, a young man from Cork with cerebral palsy.
Patrick is now 10, walking independently and is also managing to ride his own bike.
For more information about the Wedding Fair visit Cork Weddings and Events:
For more information on Irish Dogs for the Disabled:
If you have any questions you can contact me by phone or by e-mail.
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Would love your feedback, your comments and thoughts.