Night of fun, fashion and food to raise money for local charity

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Caprice Café, Vicky Casey with Lora Carroll Manager of Willow Boutique, Galway, celebrate the launch of ‘A Fashion Fairytale for Rosabel’s Rooms’ a fundraising event for Rosabel’s Rooms Galway Daily
Owner of Caprice Café, Vicky Casey with Lora Carroll Manager of Willow Boutique, Galway, celebrate the launch of ‘A Fashion Fairytale for Rosabel’s Rooms’ a fundraising event for Rosabel’s Rooms, in collaboration with The Irish Hospice Foundation which takes place at Caprice Café on November 7th featuring a a ‘Winter's Fairytale Fashion Show’ by Willow. Tickets are €60 each and available from online at www.eventbrite.ie – search for Rosabel’s Rooms. Photo: John Walsh

Two of Galway’s most fashionable establishments, Willow Boutique and Caprice Café, will come together in November to host a night of fun, fashion and food.

The event will help raise funds for local charity, Rosabel’s Rooms.

It will take place on Wednesday 7 November, with the evening kicking off at 7pm at Caprice café with a golden drinks reception, followed by a sumptuous two-course meal.

Guests will then be treated to a ‘Winter’s Fairytale Fashion Show’ featuring the Willow Winter Collection.

Event MC’s are Gemma Ní Chionnaith and Kieran O’Malley and those in attendance wearing white will have a chance to win a €200 Willow Gift Card on the night.

All monies raised will go to Rosabel’s Rooms, in collaboration with The Irish Hospice Foundation.

The charity was established in 2017 by Suzanne McClean and Gary Monroe in memory of their daughter Rosabel Monroe, who died suddenly aged just sixteen months.

Tickets are €60 each and available from online at www.eventbrite.ie by searching for Rosabel’s Rooms.