Ladies’ night at Bailies

Mayor Victor Robinson goes under the bonnet with Lisa Bailie from Bailies Auto Refinishers at the garage's recent charity night. INNT 34-622con
Mayor Victor Robinson goes under the bonnet with Lisa Bailie from Bailies Auto Refinishers at the garage's recent charity night. INNT 34-622con

BAILIES Auto Refinishers recently held a charity night in aid of the Mayor of Newtownabbey’s chosen charities.

The evening was also the garage’s first ladies-only ‘how to do it’ motor evenings.

The relaxed evening provided women drivers with the knowledge and skill required to carry out small maintenance tasks such as changing wheels and checking oil.

Guests on the night were also given self defence demonstrations by Jonathan Cooke from the Kookateki Judo Club, while Glengormley salon, Heavenly Beauty offered beauty treatments.

Funds were raised for the Mayor’s three charities: The Alzheimer’s Society, Epilepsy NI and Reach.

Bailies is part of the female-friendly garage network, the Foxy Lady Drivers Club

Husband-and-wife team Stephen and Lisa Bailie are committed to providing a service for women.

This includes collecting a vehicle within the Newtownabbey area, taking it for MOT, providing free tea or coffee while waiting for a vehicle and offering assistance to local customers if their car breaks down at home.

During the summer months, the garage is also offering a voucher for Heavenly Beauty with a car service.

For further information, or to attend a future ladies evening call Lisa on 9086 2389 or 07766310484 or email lisa@bailiesauto.co.uk.