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Video: Ballroom dance flash mob delights Belfast shoppers

Belfast shoppers were given a treat when ballroom dancers from across Northern Ireland came together for a flash mob dance in Arthur Square, Belfast, to raise awareness of the Children’s MRI Scanner Appeal.

The appeal aims to raise £2m for a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) facility dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of sick and injured children in Northern Ireland.

The scanner will be located at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, which is currently the only children’s hospital in the UK and Ireland that does not have its own MRI Scanner.

A key corporate event 'The Royal Does Strictly; is being held in aid of the appeal at Titanic Belfast on November 10, supported by Kingsbridge Private Hospital.

Six local personalities including Marc Mallet and Alison Fleming (UTV), Stephen Clements (Citybeat), Kirstie McMurray (Cool FM) and Martina Purdy and Marie-Louise Connolly (BBC) are taking to the dance floor with key staff of the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust for what promises to be a superb evening with A-list entertainment.

For further information on the MRI Scanner Appeal visit and to book a table at ‘The Royal Does Strictly’ event contact Leo Callow (07775 842488) or John Mulgrew on 07803 338649.

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