Slideshow: Sainsburys It’s a Knockout raises £1000

Sainsburys Ballymena held an It’s a Knockout day and raised a fantastic £1000 for charity on Sunday.

It was a very entertaining day for families with a BBQ, Peppa Pig, an ice cream van and a raffle all held.

Tattooist Richard Wylie and Nicole Gibson (third left) of Clockwork Tattoo (Wellington Street) along with members of Turning Point NI during their "Semi Colon" project. Customers can get a semi colon tattoo for �15, with �10 being donated to Turning Point NI. INBT34-250AC

Tattooist Richard Wylie and Nicole Gibson (third left) of Clockwork Tattoo (Wellington Street) along with members of Turning Point NI during their "Semi Colon" project. Customers can get a semi colon tattoo for �15, with �10 being donated to Turning Point NI. INBT34-250AC

Staff at the store have extended thanks to Magill’s Meats, McAtamney’s, Prime Cuts, W. Allen Meats, McAllisters and Maureen’s for their kind donations for their BBQ.

Special thanks were offered to the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service and St John’s ambulance for attending.

The money raised from the event will go towards the Turning Point charity.

Clockwork Orange Tattoos are also doing their bit for the charity. Customers can get a semi colon tattoo for £15, with £10 being donated to Turning Point NI.