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Pam's People: Travel firm's refit stirs wanderlust

By Pamela Ballantine

Published 11/05/2015

Keith Graham, Selective Travel Management, Delia and Stephen Aston, Clubworld Travel
Keith Graham, Selective Travel Management, Delia and Stephen Aston, Clubworld Travel
Ulster and Ireland rugby star Paddy Wallace, Anne McGregor, NI Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Lord Lieutenant Fionnuala Jay-O’Boyle CBE and Mukesh Sharma, Selective Travel Management
Action for Children Byte Night girls Lisa Mulgrew and Clare Gamble enjoy the launch of the charity’s fundraising event at the Dark Horse in Belfast
Ulster rugby ace Ian Humphries got in on the act too – slipping into his sleeping bag to support the country’s biggest sleep-out
Chris Colohan from Version 1, Tara Donnelly and Sean McCabe from Euronext
Deborah O’Neill, Zara Price and Aisling Heaney at the Killultagh, Old Rock and Chichester Hunt Point to Point at Largy
Minister Arlene Foster with Dr Peter Fitzgerald MD of Randox Laboratories and chairman of the Princes Trust in Northern Ireland Sir Nigel Hamilton at the Killultagh Hunt
Natasha Sayee of Randox Laboratories with the BBC’S Barra Best at the Point to Point at Largy hosted by Randox Laboratories

Selective Travel Management, NI's largest independent travel company, invited friends and customers to a three-course lunch to celebrate the official opening of their newly renovated premises and expansion. The honours were performed by the Lord Lieutenant Fionnuala Jay-O'Boyle, and former Ulster and Ireland player Paddy Wallace gave a fascinating insight into life touring with the teams.

Paddy's teammate Ian Humphries is lending his support to highlight the plight of and raise funds for vulnerable young people who are sleeping rough.

At the launch of Action for Children's Byte Night he called on everyone to support the country's largest sleep out which is taking place later this year - and if you would like to get involved then call Lisa on 028 4375 1291.

The Point to Point season is coming to a close and one of the most popular in the equine calendar is held at Crumlin on the land owned by Randox Laboratories.

Dr Peter Fitzgerald invited guests to enjoy a sumptuous lunch and a great afternoon's racing run by the Killultagh Hunt and they were able to watch local ace's AP McCoy's last race on the big screens.

Who knows - we may have seen the next champ in Crumlin!

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