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MFN Celtic Christmas

When: Wed 15th December ‘10

Where: Castle Hotel, Oldham Street, Manchester

What we ate and drank: Free Bar - Hot bar snacks avaliable

This year we decided to see the year out in style, with a Celtic Christmas party for all our friends of MFN.

So we hosted a night at the Castle Hotel Pub, a traditional boozer, with real ale and real “grub” - not a canapé or glass of champagne in sight.

Manchester finest industry people gathered together on a this cold winters evening in front of blazing fires and a two piece Irish fiddle band, to drink, network and be merry…

And this is what we did…for eight hours until number gradually degreased and the men were separated from the boys …

It was a great night had by all and we’d like to thank all friends and family of TFN for supporting us through out 2010 and we look forward to working with you all in 2011.

A huge thank you to Stitch , Bench , Ringspun and Radiator PR who sponsored the evening and who without, none of the hangovers would have ever been possible.

.Left: Neil Overall, Visual Retail Manager  at Americana Right: Sarah Barnett Finance director at Americana with guest.



Left: Jessica Lowe, Marketing, and PR manager at Harvey Nichols Manchester with guests.


Left to right: Fatz, Owner of Fatz K Designs, Ziggy Lavelle MD of Lavelle Division and Nuala Smyth, Buyer at TG Hughes


Katrina Urwin and Clare Potts of TFN.


Gareth Hurst of The Art Surgery and Alastair Sweet, head menswear designer at Ringspun entertaining the room.



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