STRANOCUM and District Development Group are due to host their Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, September 27 at 7.30pm in Bushvalley Primary School.
Come along and find out what has been happening in your village and how you can help in the future. New committee members welcome.
Get new skills?
CAUSEWAY Womens Aid are now taking registrations for courses in September in Ballycastle to help improve reading, writing and ICT skills with creche facillities provided.
Are you finding it hard to fill in forms, helping your child with homework, reading instructions, managing finances, using the internet, finding a job? Don’t worry, becuase help is at hand! If you are interested contact Anne Marrie at Causeway Womens aid on 028 7035 6573 or 07403 444196.
The Ulster Cancer Foundation (UCF) is urgently seeking new volunteers to help in its charity shops in Coleraine and Ballymoney.
Full induction, appropriate training, on-going support and out of pocket expenses are all provided.
If you would like to find out more contact Morag Chambers on 028 9068 0773 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively call in and talk to Gina Shields, 56 Main Street, Ballymoney, or Bernie Stewart, 81 New Row, Coleraine.
THE chemist on roat duty this Sunday in Ballycastle is Mullan, 61 Castle Street, who will be on duty from 12noon to 1pm for urgent prescriptions.
The RISE Foundation’s Rathlin Ramble takes place on Saturday, September 24th at 12:30pm on beautiful Rathlin Island.
As it is a fundraising event, members are hoping to raise £20,000 by getting up to 200 people onto the island to walk the 7 miles along with Frances Black. All money raised will go towards funding the RISE services which support families with loved ones in addiction. To register for the RISE Rathlin Ramble 2011 please visit www.therisefoundation.ie