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Free wellbeing event for Donegal suicide centre 19.01.15

A FREE Health and Wellbeing Evening to raise funds for a suicide crisis centre in Donegal will take place next week.
A "wonderful evening’s entertainment" is promised on the night with appearances by several well-known local and national personalities including TV dietitian Paula Mee; Donegal GAA captain Michael Murphy; the No Salt Chef, Brian McDermott and MC Noel Cunningham.
The event is organised by the National Dairy Council and Donegal Creameries and admission is free. However, there will be a raffle on the night with all proceeds going to Pieta House.
Pieta House is this year's chosen charity for Aurivo Co-Op, of which Donegal Creameries is member.
Plans to bring a Pieta House centre to the county are well underway.
Attendees can look forward to a cookery demonsration by Brian; nutrition and mindful eating advice from Paula and a fitness talk by Michael about what it takes to be a top flight sportsperson.
Pieta House Donegal Action Group will be the beneficiary of the evening. Pieta House is a suicide and self-harm crisis centre, offering a confidential, free-of-charge counselling service.
Pieta House West in Tuam opened its doors in 2013 to serve the people of Galway, Roscommon, Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim. The vision is to have a Pieta House centre within 100 kilometres of every citizen. Pieta House Donegal Action Group were established to bring a Pieta House service to Co Donegal.
Michael Murphy.
The Health and Wellbeing Evening will take place in the Mount Errigal Hotel, Letterkenny, on Thursday, February 26. Doors open at 7.30pm and light refreshments plus a gift bag will be on offer.
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