The Gloonan Gallery to close

Patricia Perry of Gloonan Gallery pictured at the Ballymena Chamber of Commerce & Industry annual Business Excellence Awards 2014 receiving the Customers Service Retail Sector (Independent Retailer) award from Jayne Mahon of category sponsors First Trust while looking on are James, Sarah and Christopher Perry.
Patricia Perry of Gloonan Gallery pictured at the Ballymena Chamber of Commerce & Industry annual Business Excellence Awards 2014 receiving the Customers Service Retail Sector (Independent Retailer) award from Jayne Mahon of category sponsors First Trust while looking on are James, Sarah and Christopher Perry.

The award winning Gloonan Gallery in Ahoghill is closing its doors after more than 10 years of successful business on the village’s Church Street.

The well known family owned business is now offering all stock at fantastically reduced prices with ‘at least 50% off’ original prices in a massive ‘Retirement Sale’.

The Gloonan Gallery, which has been open for over 10 years, has become renowned for its exceptional customer service.

The popular Ahoghill business won ‘Best Independent Retailer’ at the Ballymena Business Awards on no less than six occasions!

Patricia Perry, who runs the business, said: “After 10 fantastic years we have decided that now is the right time to retire.

“We have very much appreciated all of the support we have received from our customers during that time and we look forward to seeing many of them again over the next few weeks,” she said.

Patricia is planning to continue to operate her Balloon Business offering balloon displays for weddings, family celebrations, corporate events, and other special occasions (www.balloonsNI.com).

Along with her husband, James, and daughter, Sarah, Patricia added that the family is looking forward to continuing to play an active part in the ‘Ahoghill in Bloom’ initiative.