THIS Christmas the Dromore Unit of the Order of Malta Ambulance Corps presents a special seasonal screening of Miracle on 34th Street at the Iveagh Cinema, Banbridge on Wednesday December 12.
The evening commences at 6pm with a Christmas drinks and treats reception where you can sample specially prepared seasonal fare.
The reception will be followed at 7pm with the screening of the wonderful Christmas movie, Miracle on 34th Street.
A very special guest, Father Christmas, will join the audience and will be in his grotto during the evening to meet and greet everyone.
The Order of Malta Ambulance Corps is run entirely by volunteers and provides all its members with up to date training to meet the needs of a modern, dedicated and professional public service. The Dromore Unit service the Dromore, Banbridge and Lisburn areas and through its training and the dedications of its volunteers the Order of Malta seeks to fulfil its Mission Statement, to make a difference in society by providing community care, first aid, nursing services, youth development and personal development in a Christian, caring and non-discriminatory environment.
All fund raising from this special Christmas event will go towards the Dromore Unit’s ambulance fund and developing its community care projects.
Tickets for Miracle on 34th Street are available on-line from www.iveagh.com and are on sale at Hope & Soul, The Square, Dromore and SVP Shop, Lower Mount Street, Dromore. Tickets can also be purchased at the cinema on the night, subject to availability.