Local producer is in a jam

Brambleberry Jams  Lower Ballinderry 
Joining Ulster Banks Terry Robb (right) Regional Manager Private Banking and Galgorm Castles Christopher Brooke (centre) at the launch of the Ulster Bank Food Festival which features in this summers Northern Ireland  Open, is  local producer  Alice McIlhagger,  who runs Brambleberry Jams based at her home in Ballinderry Lower. 
The Northern Ireland Open golf tournament, in partnership with Ulster Bank begins with Pro Am Day on Wednesday 27th July with the tournament running from Thursday 28 to Sunday 31st July at Galgorm Castle. Tickets for the NI Open are free and can be secured by registering online at www.niopen.golf.

Brambleberry Jams  Lower Ballinderry Joining Ulster Banks Terry Robb (right) Regional Manager Private Banking and Galgorm Castles Christopher Brooke (centre) at the launch of the Ulster Bank Food Festival which features in this summers Northern Ireland Open, is local producer Alice McIlhagger, who runs Brambleberry Jams based at her home in Ballinderry Lower. The Northern Ireland Open golf tournament, in partnership with Ulster Bank begins with Pro Am Day on Wednesday 27th July with the tournament running from Thursday 28 to Sunday 31st July at Galgorm Castle. Tickets for the NI Open are free and can be secured by registering online at www.niopen.golf.

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Brambleberry Jams, which is run by local producer Alice McIlhagger at her home in Lower Ballinderry, will be featured at the Ulster Bank Food Festival.

The Food Festival has been organised as part of this summer’s Northern Ireland Open and will give Alice, as well as other local food and drink start-ups, the chance to showcase their talents to an international audience.

The Ulster Bank Food Festival, hosted at Galgorm Castle during the NI Open from July 27-31, will provide businesses such as those from the Entrepreneurial Spark Hatchery in Belfast and Artisan NI the chance to set-up shop for samples and sales at the purpose-built marquee. The event also highlights the work that is being done to support Northern Ireland’s food and drink industry

Gary Henry, Northern Ireland Open Event Director, commented: “We look forward to welcoming upwards of 40,000 visitors to Galgorm Castle over event week and hope they enjoy the world class local produce on offer.”