The spirit of Christmas was in the air at Brindley Manor as more than fifty local men and women attended the Convoy Seniors Christmas Party.
Party-goers were treated to a 4 course Christmas meal and entertainment from Johnny Haughey and Fergus Cleary.
This is the first time the group have come together since before covid so it was great to get things back on track again.
This event was organised by Convoy Community Environmental Committee with chairman Liam Mailey helping to co-ordinate the overall event.
This event has been running now for over 50 years having started by Fergus Cleary and Sammy Wallace, to name a few, as a party for the Senior Citizens from the Convoy area.
The committee are indebted to many local businesses and organisations for making this event a success.
Thanks were also given to Brindley Manor and Liam Deeney for hosting this event again this year.
Social Inclusion and Community Activation Project SICAP contributed also to the overall event and local businesses sponsored the many prizes and gifts on the day.
Jayne Long and the hard working ladies from the Covenanters Church provided tasty homemade baked treat boxes for everyone who also attended.
The local St Vincent de Paul and Churches also supported this annual community event.