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Westlife pop in to Clery's to Help A Dublin Child

WESTLIFE will be appearing on O'Connell Street this Friday to help raise funds for the ISPCC, the Herald can exclusively reveal.

The chart-topping band will be special guests at Clery's department store to raise awareness for the FM104 Help A Dublin Child campaign in aid of the ISPCC.

The fundraiser will officially begin tomorrow when FM104 DJs Adrian Kennedy and Jeremy Dixon will be 'moving' into the window of Clery's, spending five nights living and working there - all in the name of charity.

They will occupy four windows of the store, which will act as an unofficial bedroom, living room and studio.

The Herald has teamed up with FM104 for the ISPCC fundraiser and will be offering readers exclusive celebrity reports and diary entries from the DJs for the week-long campaign.

The event is intended to raise much needed awareness and funds for the ISPCC.

As well as the street collections, FM104 will also have a premium text line set up.

Readers can support the cause by texting "Child" to 57080 to donate €2.