Ahoghill teenager Matthew Crawford has been busy again this summer producing another dvd of Twelfth Day parade in the village.
Last year, the 13-year-old’s efforts raised £850 for The Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children and he’s hoping to exceed that total this time round.
Matthew has been encouraged by early demand with numerous purchasers of last year’s dvd now requesting this year’s edition which once again includes marching bands, lodges, interviews and more,
He had also been delighted that orders have been from purchasers in Scotland, England, the U.S.A and even Australia making his 2013 project a global one.
Matthew got his family involved and has the brilliant support of his sister Hannah with the camerawork and photography.
He has extended thanks to all those involved with the copying and printing of the DVD’s, also to Costcutter, Ahoghill; Mustard Seed, Cullybackey; and the Braid Arts Centre, Ballymena, where the DVD’s can be purchased at £4 each.
They can also be ordered online by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.