October News - Update 1

Halloween is not yet here but already we are thinking about Christmas and groups are planning their Annual Christmas Dinners. Harryville Men’s Shed have started to make their wooden Christmas Trees and we have a feeling that they are going to be busy from now to the New Year.

Ballykeel 2 & District Community Association are working with MEABC to secure a Sensory Garden for Ballykeel 2 residents, and the group are keeping busy with the kickstart of a new health and wellbeing project that will promote positive health through fitness and boxercise, and community engagement.

Brookeville Enterprises will be hosting a series of intergenerational sessions at their Tullygarley Allotments where young and old will meet to learn about gardening, healthy eating and to have a whole lot of fun. More information will be available about these sessions.

“Hi, I'm Hannah, I encourage you to reach out and get in touch”
— Hannah Bowyer
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