Meningitis Research Foundation wants you to join them on Sunday 11th September for a spectacular walk through the Glens if Antrim.
The 9.5 mile circular route passes through the popular Glenariff Forest Park and also follows Skerry East Road – one of the most attractive but least used roads in Northern Ireland. You will also visit Glenravel one of the lesser known Glens.
There is a £5 registration fee and we would ask that you try and raise a minimum of £35 in sponsorship. For a registration pack please contact Keli on 028 90321283 or email email@example.com. Your help could save a life.
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.
Mother Goose Community Playgroup at Sheskburn Community Centre are holding their registration day on Friday 2nd September from 10 a.m. - 12 noon.
Places are available to all children aged 3 years old.
Places may be available for children aged 2 years 10 months. A register will be kept in playgroup and children will be called when a place becomes available in accordance with the Admissions policy available at playgroup.
Please call in to register or telephone Hazel Kirkpatrick 07855309997 for further information.
This year Mosside Youth Club ran another very successful Summer Scheme
Over 60 children and young people from Mosside and surrounding district attended the Scheme which ran from July to August.
As usual there was a full programme of activities with games crafts sports and competitions in the first week
The highlight of week 1 was the PSNI quiz and the Youth Club are very grateful to the Neighbourhood Policing Team.
In week 2 there was a programme of educational and recreational trips which included a visit to Aunt Sandra’s Candy Factory, Shankill Wave Pool, Lisburn, W5 @ the Odyssey, the Jet Centre and the National Trust Centre at the Giant’s Causeway.
The Summer Scheme ended as usual with a Disco when awards were presented.
Mosside Youth Club would like to thank Moyle District Council who provide funding, NEELB who contribute to the cost of wages for staff who run the scheme All the volunteers who gave up their time to help on the trips
Last but not least all the young people who attended and their parents for their continued support for the Summer Scheme.