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Go Strictly fundraiser for Galway Autism Partnership

Wednesday, 12th April, 2017 1:00am

Galway Autism Partnership will host the GAP Go Strictly at the Clayton Hotel Galway this Saturday, 15 April.

Seven couples will compete against each other under the watchful eyes of a panel of four judges. Contestants include former Galway Rose Nicola Corcoran and Miss Ireland International Katherine Gannon.

The fun filled night will be compered by MC Rob Partridge. The night’s entertainment will include a showcase of dancing from Q Club dancers and also the Hession School of Dance plus a raffle and music until late.

Tickets are €15 each and are available from Galway Autism Partnership’s office on 091-588899, the Clayton Hotel, Sheila Coen on 0879642443 and the contestants. All funds raised are in aid of Galway Autism Partnership. For more information see www.galway

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