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Health & Wellbeing Evening with Pippa O

Style and beauty blogger Pippa O’Connor, expert dietitian Paula Mee and celebrity chef Joe Shannon will be in Castlebar on Thursday 3rd March 2016 for a Health & Wellbeing Evening at Breaffy House Resort.

Busy mum, model & style blogger Pippa O’Connor will act as MC on the night and will give her fashion and beauty tips for looking and feeling good.

Paula Mee, one of Ireland’s leading independent dietitians who has worked with TV3 (Doctors in the House) and RTÉ (Health Squad) will give plenty of practical insights on ‘Nutrition & You: Grow Strong; Be Strong; Stay Strong.’

And last but certainly not least; award winning  celebrity chef, Joe Shannon will be sharing some of his culinary tips! Joe is Executive Chef of the Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa Sligo. He is well known for his media works, where he is a regular contributor with Aidan Cooney on the hugely popular TV3 “Ireland AM”. He is also well known for his radio work with stations such as Ocean FM, MWR, Today FM, Newstalk, 2fm, BBC Northern Ireland to mention but a few.

An entertaining evening out, with lots of practical tips to bring out the best in you and to support your health and wellbeing is guaranteed.

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With the event organised jointly by Connacht Gold and the National Dairy Council, all proceeds from admission tickets and a raffle on the night will be in aid of the ISPCC’s Childline. Ireland’s oldest children’s charity, which aims to protect children 24 hours a day through the operation of a chat, text and online service for children who may be in need of help.

Tickets for the Connacht Gold/ National Dairy Council Health and Wellbeing evening cost just €15.  They can be purchased online here

On the night (3rd March 2016), doors open at 7.30pm with a Champagne and Canapes reception and the evening will officially commence at 8.00pm sharp.

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