A VINTAGE and classic car run is due to take place at the end of this month starting in Portglenone.
The event is the first to be held under the auspices of the Portglenone Community Rescue Service and the Portglenone Community Men’s Shed. A great deal of effort and planning has been put in by members of both organisations and they stress that all who take part should have an enjoyable day.
The route begins from the Manor in Kilrea where owners of classic and vitage vehicles will meet up before travelling alaong the coast and stopping for lunch. The cavalcade is due to return to the Manor for dinner.
The time for registration is between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. on the day of the run - Saturday, September 29. Breakfast is available between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. and it’s on the road around 10 a.m.
The cost will impress. Early regtistration - up to one week prior to the event - is a mere £22 and late registration will only cost £3 more.
Here’s the good bit. The entry fee includes breakfast and dinner at the Manor as well as a light lunch in Portrush.
For registration forms or more information contact Lucy (CRS) on 07835 119817 or Mike (PCMS) on 0790 2803417.
The organisers are appealing for good support from those who enjoy a day out in their old vehicles.
LISNAGAVER Orange Hall Committee will be holding a fun day out for the family on Saturday, September 15.
Located at the farm of Tommey Fenton, Duneaney Road, Rasharkin, the event will be taking place between the hours of 2pm until 7pm and everyone is invited.
The proceedings will include a vintage rally for all manner of vintage vehicles, be it tractors to bikes. stationary engines and threshers.
A family fun day with a bouncy castle, musical entertainment a home produce tall and a barbecue will also be held.
And if any of the display exhibitors feel up to the task there may even be a short exhibition road run for all those interested.
DERVOCK and District Community Association and Ballymoney Borough Council would like to say A Flaming Big Thankyou!
To celebrate the success of Dervock 2012 and to recognise the contribution volunteers made during the Olympic celebrations, the Assocition is holding a number of events including:
Dervock 2012 slideshow on the big screen
Unvieling of Dervock’s Future Plans
The event will take place on Tuesday, September 18 from 7.30pm in Ballymoney Town Hall and is invitation only.
The Kingdom of Dalriada Ulster Scots Society can announce that Scottish Country Dance classes start at the Evergreen Social Centre, Edward Street on Wednesday nights from September onwards.
Mrs Elizabeth Brown Kerr, a well renowned dance tutor in the field of Scottish Country Dance will continue to be the tutor, and Elizabeth who also works in Schools and for the Ulster Scots Agency in delivering dance classes is Access NI Checked. If you child is aged 7 or above and has a good sense of rhythm then why not come along and enjoy the classes.
The children practice from now to late Spring and then perform demonstrations at festivals, council events or fundays during the summer months, so if your child would like to be involved in the Evergreen Scottish Country Dance group, then register at the Ullans Centre on 02827668897. Boys and Girls are welcome to attend. Classes cost £2.00 per child or £3.00 if two from the same family take part. If you require more information, please contact Victoria at the Ullans Centre.