Clon Chamber hosts glamourous Christmas dinner dance

Posted on: 6th October, 2014

Category: Arts & Entertainment

Contributor: West Cork People

To get the season off to a glamourous start, Clonakilty Chamber of Commerce will host a Christmas dinner dance in Fernhill House Hotel on Saturday, November 29. Conveniently timed just before the peak shopping period in the town, this is an ideal Christmas party for local business owners and their staff.

The night kicks off at 7.30pm with a pre-dinner drinks reception to get everybody in a party mood before they sit down to a feast of four courses with wine. Fernhill is renowned for providing a fine dining experience at functions so skip lunch to leave plenty of room!

There will just enough time to enjoy an after-dinner drink before the famous party band Arkadia take to the stage. Each member of Arkadia has come from top internationally recognised acts such as the acclaimed Bogus Brothers, who regularly played to audiences in excess of 70,000 in over fifteen different countries. A DJ will ensure the dancing continues long into the night.

There will be further excitement surrounding the monster raffle which has a top prize of a weekend for two in the luxury Waterford Castle Resort – a stunning hotel situated on its own private Island on the River Suir. Second prize is a two night stay in the four-star Rathsallagh Country House Hotel. Also up for grabs are vouchers, hampers and much much more.

The dinner dance is a fund-raiser for future Chamber projects and tickets are exceptional value at just €50 (non-refundable). Numbers are limited so don’t delay. Tickets are available from Michelle Mitton Design Gallery on Pearse Street and The Clonakilty Chamber of Commerce Offices on Connolly Street.

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