A warm welcome is in store for everyone who attends the NI Beef Shorthorn charity barbecue and fun day, set to take place on Saturday (August 28).
Committee member Rachel Jordan and husband Kingsley have generously offered to host this fundraising event, with all proceeds going to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children via their Helping Hands platform.
There will be plenty to see and do at this family themed afternoon, with bo-uncy castle, crafts, animal farm, music, in addition to a delicious Beef Shorthorn barbecue and tasty desserts. The afternoon will be topped off by a charity auction with a number of farming and non agri items kindly donated.
The Jordan family knows first hand just how essential the remarkable works are that are carried out by the team of doctors and nurses at the Royal Victoria Hospital for Sick Children as daughter Grace was in their care a number of years ago with a life threatening condition. She has now made a full and wonderful recovery, and is a beautiful and caring little girl who loves her Beef Shorthorn cattle.
The NI Beef Shorthorn Club is truly thankful to the Bank of Ireland, Moy Park and Slurrykat, who have offered financial support to ensure that the event is a huge success. Also thanks to all those in advance who have donated items for the auction or have pledged help in any way.
The family fun day kicks off from 3pm on Saturday, and the club would love to see you there! It takes place at 123 Banbridge Road, Waringstown BT66 7RX.
n For details contact Rachel on 07707 326012 or Kingsley on 07749 327863.