Sinead joins charity carol service with acting royalty

Kerry woman's key role in charity carol concert

Ballybunion’s Sinead Dineen (centre) with, from left, The National Brain Appeal CEO Theresa Dauncey, Professor Alex Leff, actress and patient
Joanna David, ITV’s Richard Arnold, former BBC Arts Correspondent Rosie Millard OBE and Edward Fox OBE attending the The National Brain Appeal’s Christmas Carol Concert at St George’s Church in London
Ballybunion’s Sinead Dineen (centre) with, from left, The National Brain Appeal CEO Theresa Dauncey, Professor Alex Leff, actress and patient Joanna David, ITV’s Richard Arnold, former BBC Arts Correspondent Rosie Millard OBE and Edward Fox OBE attending the The National Brain Appeal’s Christmas Carol Concert at St George’s Church in London

A young Kerry woman was at the centre of one of the biggest charity events of the London festive calendar last week as she rubbed shoulders with acting royalty and other luminaries at the National Brain Appeal's Christmas concert at St George's Church in Queen Square.

Sinead Dineen from Ballybunion delivered a special reading at the concert in her role as marketing officer with the Danny Sullivan Group.

She was there to represent her firm in thanks for the care her employer Danny Sullivan, of Kells, recently received at the National Hospital for Neurology (the Appeal is its fundraising arm).

Sinead rubbed shoulders with some of Britain's best-loved actors and celebrities at the event; not least Edward Fox, star of 'The Day of the Jackal' and many other classics.

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