THE Bushmills at War exhibition opens in the Hamill Hall on July 16.
This year the opening ceremony will be performed by Keith Beattie of Ballymoney Museum.
Also speaking will be Charlie Wormington otherwise known as “The Roamer” in the News Letter. Bill Canning of Antrim will also speak.
There will be many new exhibits and a number of local items have been presented for annual exhibition.
John Pattison is bringing his usual display of items and the organisers are hoping to have a space for a nursing display by Isobel Lapsley.
There will be the usual display of medals, uniforms, artifacts brought from the Battlefields, grenades, scrolls, photographs, rolls of honour etc.
The ladies of Bushmills Presbyterian Church will be in chare of the teas and everyone can be assured of a very high standard of service from them.
Admission is, as usual, free with a donation made to the Presbyterian Church which is entirely at the discretion of the visitor.
TWO more car boot sales are being held by Roger and Val Denny on June 25 and July 30.
The events will take place at the Old Rectory, 263 Whitepark Road, Dunseverick, Bushmills from 9am to 1pm.
All the proceeds from the events will go to the Missions to Seafarers and the Samaritans.
Hot and cold refreshments will be available and home baking will be on sale.
There will also be the usual facilities and much more. So please come along and support these popular events. For more information call Roger or Val on 028 207 31771.
THE Women’s Section of the Ballymoney Branch of the Royal British Legion are having an outing to Newry on Saturday, July 2.
Bus leaves the Royal British Legion, Townhead Street at 9am.
There are still some seats available at £8 per person.
Anyone interested please phone Ballymoney 028 276 66329.
Church car boot
THE Building Committee of the Ballymoney Church of God on the Garryduff Road have arranged another car boot sale in the spacious youth halls this Saturday 2nd July.
The event will run from 11am with stalls priced from £5. The halls will be opened at 8pm on Friday evening prior to the sale for stallholders to set up. To book a table please contact Marlene or Peter on 028 2766 8029.
Organisers have designed the sale as another great family day out with ‘something for all age groups’ and everyone will be warmly welcomed. Past sales have proved extremely popular drawing large crowds from far and near including the stallholders themselves.
For all those attending there will be plenty of catering options on offer. ‘Bethany Kitchen’ will be serving hot dogs, burgers and chips while inside the halls tea, coffee, soup, stew, sandwiches and cakes will be available.
This is a golden opportunity to sell your unwanted or new goods and to find a bargain. Why not take time out to pop along and browse. You might even see something that takes your fancy.