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Irish Abroad Charitable Trust dinner dance, Hilton Hotel, Manchester.

19:16 16 January 2010

Irish group Celtic Thunder

Irish group Celtic Thunder

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DAVID BILLINGTON COMPILED BY SOPHIE AMES The Irish Abroad Charitable Trust held a glamorous dinner dance at The Hilton Hotel, Manchester.

The Irish Abroad Charitable Trust held a glamorous dinner dance at The Hilton Hotel, Manchester.
Entertainment was provided by Irish groups Celtic Thunder, Zodiac and entertainer Phil Coulter. The event raised 38,000 for Francis House Children's Hospice and other charitable causes.

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