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It's easy to be cynical about Valentine's Day, isn't it?

Grumbles about a fake holiday which was conjured up by wily marketing execs eager for us to part with our hard-earned cash often mask the true meaning of the day and, unfortunately, more than a few of us let our scepticism fester and fail to celebrate the importance of the day.

So, what if we told you that you had the opportunity to make something much more special out of February 14th  this year?

Forget the last-ditch scramble to pick up something for your other half which they don't even need let alone like, and instead present them with something much more special like a hand-crafted Floral Heart created by artisan florist Austen Flowers.

Handmade floral hearts which feature native cornus, willow and birch twigs wrapped in scented eucalyptus and soft ruscus foliage will not only make a stunning addition to their home but also help to raise funds for Heart Children Ireland, the charity for children with congenital heart disease - a condition which affects a whopping one in every hundred children.

At a cost €35 each, all proceeds will go to Heart Children Ireland to fund critical services for children with Congenital Heart Disease meaning that your loving gesture will have a much bigger impact than the battered bx of chocolates you may have intended on gifting your other half this year.

So, why not make this Valentine's Day one to remember by helping to support children and their families affected by this all-too-common condition? 

We know what we'll be picking up in the capital this Saturday!

Share to spread the word of this incredibly worthwhile cause.



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