THERE was the usual good attendance for the annual Charity Country and Gospel Concert organised by the Ballyeaston Vintage Tractor Club, which was a week earlier than usual, and moved from 2nd Ballyeaston to the 1st Ballyeaston Presbyterian Church Hall.
The proceeds of the event will go to the club’s nominated charity for 2020, Chest Heart and Stroke.
Last year, Ballyeaston handed over £1,500 to Friends of the Cancer Centre, and in 2018 the same amount to Air Ambulance Northern Ireland.
Starring in this year’s concert were Boxcar Brian, Crawford Bell, Country Harmony, and the Glenlough Community Choir, under conductor Anne McCambridge and accompanist Mary Spence.
Chairman Warwick Manson expressed thanks to everyone who supported the event, all the artists for a great night’s entertainment, the ladies for the catering, 1st Ballyeaston Presbyterian Church for the use of the hall and everyone who helped in any way to make this latest charity concert such a success.