Arches hold Coffee morning for Women’s Aid appeal

Randalstown Arches Association staff and committee members recently hosted a coffee morning to fundraise for Womens Aid 'Make It Better' appeal.  Pictured are Noel McMullan (Arches Director), Cllr.Noreen McClelland, Lorna Doherty (Womens Aid),  George Graham (Arches Chairman).

Randalstown Arches Association staff and committee members recently hosted a coffee morning to fundraise for Womens Aid 'Make It Better' appeal. Pictured are Noel McMullan (Arches Director), Cllr.Noreen McClelland, Lorna Doherty (Womens Aid), George Graham (Arches Chairman).

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Randalstown Arches Association staff and committee members recently hosted a coffee morning to fundraise for Women’s Aid ‘Make It Better’ appeal.

Elisha Devlin, Arches Community Development Officer, said: “We are delighted to have had such a great response for the Women’s Aid Make It Better Appeal.

“In particular we appreciate the support from Cllr. Noreen McClelland, on Women’s Aid Board of Directors, plus local MLA Trevor Clarke and his wife Cllr. Linda Clarke, as well as many members from our Monday Club and Lorna Doherty of Women’s Aid and all others that came along to support our fundraising efforts.”