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Ballinlea LOL 1511 are holding their Annual Barbecue and Dance in Ballinlea Orange Hall on Friday 29th May at 8pm. Music will be by Whispers. Tickets (£10) are available from Andrew on 07759142109 or Gardiner 07801416736.


Ballycastle Library will give a presentation on the restoration of the ‘Arrow of Portmoon’, the famous racing skiff, on Saturday 23 May from 2pm - 3.30pm.

This event is being held in association with Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival 2015.

‘Arrow of Portmoon’ was a famous racing skiff from the north coast, originally built in the 1850s. It was designed to race and was used by the fishermen of the north coast for racing events in the summer months.

During this talk, James Wilkinson will trace how he researched the boat’s history, its restoration and its final resting place at the Community Learning Centre at the Giant’s Causeway where it may be viewed by arrangement.

Admission is free and everyone is welcome.

For more information, contact Ballycastle Library (5 Leyland Road, BT54 6DT) on telephone: 028 2076 2566 or email: ballycastle.library@librariesni.org.uk


TrustFord, the world’s largest dedicated Ford dealership group, is proud to sponsor the 11th annual Causeway Coast Ford Fair on Sunday 7th June at the Dunluce Centre in Portrush.

This year, over 400 exhibitors will be taking part in the event, with over 10,000 Ford enthusiasts and spectators from across Ireland and the UK expected to join the festivities.

Organised in conjunction with the Causeway Coast and Glens Council, N.I. Ford Enthusiasts Club, Capri Club N.I. and the R.S. Owners Club, the fair plays host to a vast array of privately owned Ford vehicles from vintage classics to modern favourites.