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A big breakfast for Mayor’s charity

Pictured at the opening of the new Advanced Community Care office at Ballinderry Business Park are Health Minister Edwin Poots, who carried out the official opening, with Lisburn Mayor Margaret Tolerton and Nial Smith, director at Advanced Community Care. US1327-539cd

Pictured at the opening of the new Advanced Community Care office at Ballinderry Business Park are Health Minister Edwin Poots, who carried out the official opening, with Lisburn Mayor Margaret Tolerton and Nial Smith, director at Advanced Community Care. US1327-539cd

Brookhill Orange Hall will be holding a special ‘Big Breakfast’ on Saturday January 11.

The event will run from 8am until 12noon and all the usual tasty fayre will be on offer, including an Ulster Fry, tea, coffee, orange juice and toast.

The proceeds from the big breakfast will go towards this year’s Mayor’s Charity, the Diabetic Unit at the Lagan Valley Hospital.

The Mayor, Councillor Margaret Tolerton, said she was delighted that the group decided to hold a ‘big breakfast’ in aid of her charity. Brookhill Orange Hall have become well known for their tasty treats and the Mayor is hoping everyone will support the worthy cause.

 

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