Weddings to a Tea at Inchydoney

Posted on: 17th January, 2017

Category: Food & Wine

Contributor: West Cork People

Evolving from the hugely successful Fashion to a Tea events, Weddings to a Tea will inspire and advise the bride-to-be in the tranquil surrounds of one of Ireland’s favourite wedding venues. Weddings to a Tea at Inchydoney on January 28, is the perfect platform to provide the bride-to-be with beautiful, stylish, and helpful wedding inspiration and advice from a host of trusted wedding experts. Weddings to a Tea is an opportunity to spend an afternoon with your bridesmaids, mom, sister or friends as you realise your dream wedding!

Organised by actress and newlywed Aoibhín Garrihy and fashion blogger Sharon Connellan, Weddings to a Tea plays host to some of the biggest names in the wedding industry with presenter and wedding planner Maria Walsh as master of ceremonies. Newlywed and celebrity make-up artist Tara O’Farrell will be there to demonstrate the perfect bridal make up look while Leanne Moore will motivate a healthier, happier you. Stylist Holly White and Milliner Jennifer Wrynne will discuss the do’s and don’ts when it comes to bridal fashion and hat etiquette while Jennifer Rock aka The Skin Nerd will have you positively glowing for your big day.

And that’s not all – hear from the wedding beauty panel as they talk skin, hair, tan and more. Enjoy the ‘Wedding Service Supplier’ Q & A session and meet with them face to face. Most importantly, enjoy a sumptuous afternoon tea served with a glass of bubbles, as you celebrate your engagement! This is the perfect way to plan your wedding while you enjoy a day out with your bride tribe!

Tickets are selling out fast so grab yours now at www.eventbrite.ie/d/ireland/weddings-to-a-tea.

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17th October, 2018  ·  

SuperValu and AsIAm host unique exhibition in Clonakilty

SuperValu and AsIAm.ie will host a unique exhibition which will enable the entire town of Clonakilty to experience what it is like for people with autism to deal with the world around them. The exhibition, which is free to visit, will be hosted in the Clonakilty Parish Hall from 10am to 4pm on Thursday 27th September. The exhibition represents the final part of the four month journey the town has been on to becoming Ireland’s first ever fully accredited Autism Friendly Town and guests are invited to join on a ‘pop-in’ basis.

The exhibition uses an engaging “questions and answers” format as well as a series of activities to answer people’s questions and enable visitors to step into the shoes of those with the condition. This includes using sound, smells, touch and sight experiments to bring neurotypical (those without Autism) people into the world of those with the condition.

“People with autism often experience a sense of being overwhelmed and confused by what others see as normal life, and this exhibition will allow those attending to understand this more than they have done before,” according to the CEO of AsIAm Adam Harris. “Through visiting this exhibition we believe people will be much better equipped to engage with people with autism who they meet regularly in their day-to-day lives.”

Visitors are given an MP3 player which gives them an audio guide through 15 stages which allow them experience different aspects of life with autism.

Under SuperValu and AsIAm’s guidance, the town of Clonakilty has undertaken a commitment to become fully Autism Friendly – a first for anywhere in Ireland. Over the last four months Adam Harris, founder of AsIAm, and his team have been working with the entire community to receive official Autism Friendly Accreditation.

To do this the town as a whole must deliver:

Engagement and training 25% of businesses and voluntary organisations
Engagement and training of 50% of public services
Engagement and training of 50% of school communities
Engagement and training of 50% of healthcare professionals
Engagement of 3 employers
Reaching 25% of the town’s population
The town has almost reached these targets with this exhibition representing the last piece of the journey reaching and educating as many of the community as possible.

The exhibition was developed by the AsIAm Youth Leadership Team, a group of young people with Autism who act as advocates for the organisation. It is part of a larger campaign to engage young people in Autism issues which includes a social media campaign and a website, youthhub.asiam.ie

Around 1 in 65 people in Ireland live with Autism and are to be found in every community and school in the country. They apply for every type of job but are often misunderstood, excluded or left behind due to a lack of understanding in society.
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