Specsavers audiologists in Donegal Town are lending their support to local singer Sarah Allan as she launches her new CD in aid of BUMBLEance, the Children’s National Ambulance Service.
Sarah Allan will be launching her CD this Friday, 24 May in Friel’s Bar and Restaurant in Raphoe, Co. Donegal where she will perform some of her beautiful songs along with collaborations from some local talent, as well as raffles and light refreshments. The CD is in remembrance of Sarah’s grandmother, Annie Friel originally from Leitermacaward, who was an amazing woman and pillar of the community.
Attendees will have the opportunity to win a pair of hearing aids on the night as well as complimentary aftercare from Specsavers audiologists. All proceeds from the night will go towards the BUMBLEance service.
The Store’s Support
Audiology director at the store, Martina McNulty comments: ‘Specsavers Donegal Town is delighted to support Sarah. She is a very talented young lady and doing great work for the well-deserving BUMBLEance service. We are delighted to support a local talent like Sarah who goes over and above in her endeavours to help others. We encourage all locals to pop into her CD launch night on Friday where we will be raffling off a pair of hearing aids.’
BUMBLEance Children's National Ambulance Service is the world’s first children’s interactive ambulance service. BUMBLEance ensures that the journey of a sick child is as safe and comfortable as possible.
Sarah’s CD can be bought via , on Sarah’s Etsy page at or in local shops in the Raphoe and Leitir areas, with all proceeds donated to BUMBLEance.