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Monday 11 December 2017

Sonya Lennon and Brendan Courtney turn on the smiles for the cameras

- Off The Rails presenters Sonya Lennon and Brendan Courtney were out turning on the smiles for the cameras this week for an Enable Ireland photocall.

The style gurus joined forces with model Nadia Forde to help launch 'Give Up Clothes For Good' at the St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre. The new initiative urges people to bring unwanted clothing and household items to their local TK Maxx from April 5 to April 25.

Their donations will be then delivered to Enable Ireland stores, where they will be sold to raise funds for children and adults with disabilities around the country.

- THE party crew will be heading out to the Anglers Rest in Strawberry Beds tomorrow evening for this month's Look Who's Cooking charity evening.

Previous participants have included Brian Ormond and Pippa O'Connor, who helped raise thousands of euro for a good cause by donning their chef's hats and picking out their favourite dishes to serve up to attendees.

Tomorrow evening it's the turn of Pieta House in Lucan, with all proceeds from the evening going towards helping the depression support organisation.

For a mere €50 a head, guests will be sitting down to a three-course meal, followed by entertainment from Galway troubadour James Finnegan.

- INVITED guests will be heading to the Secret Bar on Fade Street this evening for the official launch of new entertainment guide 'www.2night.ie'.

Three of Dublin's top hostesses will be lending some glamour to the occasion including the Sycamore Club's Lien ire Yong, Lillie's hostess Hayley Rock and Izabela Chudzicka of the Wright Venue.

Things will kick off at the invite-only bash this evening with a drinks reception and some rocking tunes from Dublin band The Shoos while Q102's Ray Shah will MC the occasion.

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