Fancy kickstarting your Christmas at the restaurant of The Sunday Business Post Magazine’s resident chef, Clodagh McKenna, while also raising money for a great cause? Then head for Clodagh’s Kitchen in Blackrock in Dublin on November 20, when she holds a Christmas dinner in aid of Make-A-Wish Ireland.
Last year’s event raised more than €10,000 – enough to grant three wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. This year’s event will include entertainment...
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