GALLERY : McAuley Place goes to the Dogs

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13:56 Saturday 12th of August 2017

GALLERY : McAuley Place goes to the Dogs

PHOTOS BY AISHLING CONWAY

McAuley Place’s next fundraising venture is a night at the dogs at the Newbridge Greyhound track on September 8th where doors open at 7pm for an action-packed night of fun.

Held in conjunction with The Newbridge Track Supporters Club who are a voluntary group of dog owners, the aim of the night is to raise funds for the creation of The Health Through Learning Centre at McAuley Place.

The Health Through Learning Centre development is ready to launch and has secured planning permission for the restoration and extension of the original Nuns Convent Building which dates back to the mid-1800s. Once the development is finalised The Health Through Learning Centre will provide a vibrant new space for the residents of McAuley Place as well as the wider community. The centre will be an integral part for community integration, showcasing activities from the world of arts, ranging from traditional and modern crafts to creative pursuits. All with the aim of enhancing the well-being of the entire community.

‘The Health Through Learning Centre will play a key part in the pursuit of enhanced well-being for the entire community. The centre will offer a vibrant location providing health through learning. So, if you are feeling a bit ruff and need cheering up, why not join us for a night at the races’ invites Mark Hazzard, General Manager.

Tickets on sale now from the McAuley Place reception 045897833

McAuley place residents and staff alongside members of the Newbridge Track supporters club help promote the upcoming fundraising charity dog night in Newbridge in aid of McAuley Place
PHOTOS BY AISHLING CONWAY

Members of Newbridge Track Supporters club Julie Keogh and Riona Devereux with Resident of McAuley Place Denis Hynes alongside McAuley Place Manager Mark Hazzard and Catherine O'Sullivan

Catherine O'Sullivan and Mark Hazzard from McAuley Place with Julie Keogh and Riona Devereux from the Newbridge Track Supporters Club
PHOTO BY AISHLING CONWAY

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