It’ll be a step back in time at Basil Sheils at Tassagh this weekend – but all in a good cause!
The popular venue will be the place to be seen on Saturday with a fundraising disco.
Professional DJs will be taking revellers on a trip back to sample the musical delights of the 70s, 80s and 90s.
And it will be to raise money for the Southern Area Hospice Services.
It’s all part of the fundraising efforts of Armagh man Stephen McCleary and his wife, Patricia who, along with Portadown man Eddie Drury, are embarking on the Camino pilgrimage in Northern Spain.
The trio will be undertaking the gruelling trek to support the vital work of the Hospice and have been overwhelmed with the support to date.
They are once again asking people to come along and have a good night’s craic and to help them help this fantastic cause.
The disco this Saturday, May 20, begins at 8pm and admission is just £5. Mark it in your diary folks – all are welcome!
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