Is it teething time for your little one?

She is no doubt in-demand ahead of her presenting gig at this weekend’s Irish Film and Television Awards, but presenter Caroline Morahan took some time out of her busy schedule today to support a very worthy cause.


The Irish star joined nine-year-old Lorna and eight-year-old Liam as they hosted their very own ice-cream party, to remind people of how easy, fun and worthwhile it is to get involved in the HB Hazelbrook Farm Ice Cream Fundays Campaign this summer.


The Ice Cream Fundays Campaign, now in its thirteenth year, will see people all over the country coming together to throw their own ice-cream parties to raise funds for Down Syndrome Ireland.


HB’s ice-cream parties combine everyone’s favourite dessert with spending time with loved ones, and raising much-needed funds for charity, and to get involved all you need to do is call 1890 373737, or register online at to receive your party pack.



Caroline follows in the footsteps of celebrity ice-cream party fans such as Miriam O’Callaghan, Rachel Allen, Ray Foley and Ryan Tubridy.


Speaking excitedly at today’s party, Caroline said: “I’m delighted to support such a fun and special campaign to help raise much-needed funds for Down Syndrome Ireland…Hosting an ice-cream party is a great way to enjoy some quality time with your family and friends while helping raise money for this worthy cause."


This is a fantastic idea for those warmer days ahead, so be sure to get the whole family involved.



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