Invite to Ballyrobert MS fundraiser

Joy Parkinson of Ballyrobert Cottage Garden (centre) with Kathleen McFaul of Larne and East Antrim MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Society branch (right) and Samantha Creighton, Community Fundraiser with the MS Society.
Joy Parkinson of Ballyrobert Cottage Garden (centre) with Kathleen McFaul of Larne and East Antrim MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Society branch (right) and Samantha Creighton, Community Fundraiser with the MS Society.
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Ballyrobert Cottage Garden located at 154 Ballyrobert Road, Ballyclare is hosting an Open Garden event in aid of MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Society Northern Ireland from 2pm to 6pm on Saturday, July 21.

Set within six acres of woodlands and more formal green areas this beautiful and tranquil cottage garden contains one of the most extensive collections of herbaceous plants that can be seen in the province.

Do pop along on the day and support the MS Society but also experience a lovely afternoon out for all the family in an interesting garden which offers a scenic trail throughout its mature landscape.

Multiple Sclerosis is the most common debilitating neurological disease in the UK, affecting over 4,000 people in Northern Ireland. As well as providing information, advice, emotional and practical support, the MS Society funds vital research aimed at improving the quality of life and long term outcomes for individuals and families affected by the condition.

The entrance fee at the gate for the Open Garden event is £4. All welcome.