WATCH: Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind put on a show to mark 40 years

The Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind are celebrating 40 years and to mark the occasion, they've put on a show.

Staff and volunteers took to Mahon Point to delight shoppers with a flash mob, to celebrate and continue to raise funds for the important work they do.

The flash mob choreographer was Sarah O'Connell, who will no doubt be thrilled with the crew's efforts.

Congratulations, and here's to the next 40!


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