Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 26 October 2014

In Pictures: the NOW masquerade ball

NOW's masquerade ball at Cafe Vaudeville Belfast, pictured Jayne, Caroline and Helen McSstay and Emma MacPherson
NOW celebrates its tenth anniversary with a Masquerade Ball at Cafe Vaudeville Belfast
NOW celebratesits tenth anniversary with a Masquerade B all at Cafe Vaudeville Belfast

NOW celebrated its tenth anniversary with a masquerade ball at Cafe Vaudeville Belfast.

NØW provides training and employment services for local people with learning difficulties who often are furthest removed from the labour market.

Chair of NOW Seamus O’Prey said at the event: "Getting involved with NOW is not like getting involved with any other organisation.

"I truly believe we have something a little bit different. NOW is passionate about making an impact on the lives of people with learning difficulties and its local communities and we are always striving to do more for those who need our services most.

"The Ball is our way of celebrating our successes and setting the bar for the next 10 years”.

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