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December: Dance for a Difference

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December 31, 2018
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Acclaimed artist Aly Harte unveiled a portrait to celebrate television presenter Pamela Ballantine’s birthday on UTV Life as Aly marked being the only Belfast business leader to be named in the UK’s Top 100 Small Businesses.

Volunteers danced for a difference when they performed for Self Help Africa in front of a live audience and judges at Whitla Hall in Belfast under the watchful eye of the evening’s host Claire McCollum. The judges had a tough decision on their hands when awarding the winners as the standard was so unbelievably high. The initiative gave Siobhan Hanley, Head of Self Help Africa in Northern Ireland, an opportunity to appear on UTV Life and promote the work of the charity in its shops on the ground here in Northern Ireland and in Africa.

Dance for a Difference: Broadcaster Claire McCollum is joined by Frankie McClure of Self Help Africa and Charlotte King of British Red Cross to launch the fundraiser which takes place in Whitla Hall on Saturday 1 December.

Nicola worked with Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council to deliver their social media strategy in promotion of the wonderful Enchanted Winter Garden at Antrim Castle Gardens. Truly a magical start to the festive season!