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  Inspire Your Senses.  
From the beginning I have believed in creative and organised planning, leading to a more enjoyable experience, building relationships with others, whilst creating a memorable experience to remember.
Through holding a charity event once a year I give back to the community as a charity is chosen to raise much needed funds and awareness, and this year I am planning a charity screening of a film in aid of the Bone Cancer Research Trust with some of the original cast and crew as guests, in the hope that together we can beat cancer.  Previously I planned and promoted a Celebration of Women in Music, by holding a concert headlined only by women to inspire future generations.  
Originally I organised and co-ordinated a reunion for former Disneyland Resort Paris Cast Members back in 2002, who would travel throughout the UK by coach and stop and stay at landmark cities such as London, Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Dublin.  I produced a brochure detailing which hotels and locations had been secured.  That was the beginning of a unique journey, one which led me to organising and promoting paranormal investigations and developing Ghost Chasers, to concerts and charity cinema screenings.
In November 2004, Ghost Chasers, a non-profit subsidiary of O'Flaherty Events, was launched to raise money for BBC Children In Need Appeal by staying overnight at Fort Paull. I wrote and issued press releases to all local media.  Since then over 30 locations have been investigated where guests are fully immersed in a paranormal investigation.
By holding a Doctor Who charity meet and greet at Hull Paragon Station, I brought together people who shared a similar interest – celebrating the longest running science fiction television show.  Don’t Blink was a huge success, due to the generosity of the volunteers who assisted during the day and stars from the series, Sarah Louise Madison, Matthew Doman and Sean Knopp, who gave their time to meet the long line of guests.
Be it an acoustic session in a venue with Leeds singer/songwriter Hannah Trigwell, or a café lounge with The Glass Child (Charlotte Eriksson), creating memories, not only for the audience members but also for the artists who they have come to see and support.  I work together with the venue management, artist managers, the artists themselves, ticketing agencies and local media to ensure the experience my patrons have is the best it can be.
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