Kells and Connor Women’s Institute have been busy socialising in recent weeks.
On Saturday, November 10, members – along with friends, family and locals – attended an Afternoon Tea held in Kells Community Centre.
Tea, scones, sandwiches, traybakes and cream cakes were served while the ladies had their various talented crafts on display.
There was a bottle stall, bran tub, face painting, cake sale, raffle and other stalls with candles, body shop, bags, jewellery, knitted items and scraves.
All proceeds went to the Macmillan Unit at Antrim Area Hospital and the Kells and Connor Improvement Association.
The Institute also held its annual dinner at Ross Park Hotel, Kells.
Rosemary McAllister welcomed everyone and after grace members all enjoyed a delicious meal.
Country Sounds was the entertainment for the evening. Magazine winner was Phyllis Currie. In the competition, A Fancy Button, Eleanor Worthington came first, Sally Harper was runner-up and in third came Jill Crockard.
A great time was had by all and the evening ended with the singing of The Country Woman’s Song.