Dromore group to hold beetle drive

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As part of the Diamond Rural Development Group’s efforts to involve and entertain the local community, it is holding a Beetle Drive in Skeogh Orange Hall on Thursday (April 23), at 7:30pm.

A spokesperson said: “If you have never participated in a beetle drive before, come along on Thursday evening to experience an evening of family fun for all ages.

“Prizes will be awarded to the winner of each round.

“At a cost of £4 per adult and £2 for children under 16 (which includes a light supper), it all adds up to a great night’s craic for all the family.”

The Diamond Rural Development Group meets regularly and has only recently finished one of its biggest projects to date, namely the renovation of the kitchen facilities at the Orange Hal.

Work was funded in part by Banbridge District Council’s Legacy Grant Programme.

Also in the pipeline is the group’s annual Tractor run which this year will take place on Monday, June 1.

Participants will be meeting at Skeogh at 7pm .

All tractors, vintage vehicles and their owners will be made very welcome.