The Phillips family farm in Draperstown will open its doors to the public for a family fun day to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis.
The gates to the Duntibryan Road property will be open at 7pm on August 6 for a barbecue in aid of a Cystic Fibrosis charity
The event promises to be a fun-filled night for all the family, whatever the weather, as there will be three large marquees, with flooring.
Children’s entertainers, live music and a fantastic selection of food will keep all the family entertained.
There will also be an auction and tombola, to include many items, including a night stay for four people in a newly build tree-house, donated by The Jungle in Moneymore.
Overnight stays in luxury hotels and vouchers for many top-class restaurants.
Cystic Fibrosis is a life limiting condition, with a high incidence across Northern Ireland.
Treatment is improving, but to aid research even further, support from donations is vital.
People with Cystic Fibrosis often look perfectly healthy, but it’s a lifelong challenge, with good days and bad.
It involves a vast daily intake of drugs, time-consuming physiotherapy and isolation from others with the condition.
It places a huge burden on those around them and the condition can critically escalate at any moment.
Support this worthy cause and come along with all your friends for a great night’s craic.
For further information please ring 07734 872145 or 07896 751551.