TOP Country and Western Star, John McNicholl will perform at Smyth's Barn, Killunaught Road, Dungiven on Saturday, June 12, 2010 to raise funds for the Ulster Cancer Foundation's (UCF) Think Pink! breast cancer awareness campaign.
John McNicholl, who is now a household name in the Irish country music scene, will be joined by special supporting acts Christine Mullan and The Bradley Sisters for a great night's entertainment. The Barn Dance will also include a western riding display at 10pm, rodeo bull from 11pm and extreme bikes, trikes and Harleys.
Western dress is optional with prizes awarded on the night to the best dressed cowboy and cowgirl. The western bar opens at 9pm and doors close at 2am (no bottles allowed). Admission is only 10 with all proceeds donated to UCF to help support local women with breast cancer. For tickets or further information please call 07740 531070.
Breast cancer is now the most common form of cancer in local women and over 1,000 women are diagnosed with the disease every year. Breast cancer has a phenomenal and often life-altering impact on the patient as well as their family and friends. UCF provides a range of services, free of charge, to make this time of extreme stress a little more bearable. Services include the breast cancer information and support helpline (0800 783 3339), a specialist bra and swimwear fitting service, counselling, support groups, Clarins Beauty for Life programmes as well as art therapy and creative writing.
For a full list of services or for further information about UCF please call 028 9066 3281 or click on www.ulstercancer.org If you would like information or advice on how you can fundraise for UCF please call Sylvia on 028 6634 7900 / 07789 757165.
Smyth's charity barn dance is kindly sponsored by: The Belfray Country Inn; Scott Hire; Marlene's Diner; Bog River Ranch Horses; Limavady Security Solutions and Bounce-Abouts Ltd.