Belfast Telegraph

Grapevine - February 4


Action Cancer - The Action Cancer Big Bus will be making a stop in Dundonald this month.

On February 17, the bus will be hosted by Ballybeen Women’s Centre and located at Ballybeen Square.

The vehicle houses cancer prevention and early detection services, and staff on the unit also provide information about support.

Services available include digital breast screening for women aged between 40 and 49 and over 70, as well as health promotion and MOT health checks for men and women.

If you would like to make an appointment contact Action Cancer in advance on 9080 3344, or email

Appointments will be available from 10am to 3pm on a first come basis.


Public Meeting - Local people have the opportunity to attend a public meeting to discuss bus and rail services.

The meeting will take place next Thursday, February 4, at 7pm at Grosvenor Hall Conference and Training Centre, Glengall Street.

You will be able to share your suggestions, comments and views on the public transport network, hear first hand about the many developments which have taken place over the last year and find out what is planned for the future.


Events - The Homework club continues to meet on a Monday and Tuesday, organised by Willowfield Parish Church, located on My Lady’s Road.

Held in the Micah Centre, directly behind the church, the club is open to primary one-three from 2pm-3pm and primary four-seven from 3pm-4pm.

It includes games, arts and crafts, as well as getting help with your homework.


Car Boot Sale - A Car boot sale will take place this Saturday, February 6, at Cregagh Presbyterian Church, on the Cregagh Road.

And the event will take place on the first Saturday of each month from now on.

The sale starts at 8.30am and the cost is £5 per car or table. And if you want to get a head start for Saturday, you can set up on Friday night.

For more information contact David Gillespie on 07901856070, or Robert McNair on 9079 7431.

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