Local traders get running for charity

Peter McCabe (centre) of the Northern Ireland Children's Hospice with David Browne, Diane Mullan, Stephanie Ashe and Alister Hall, who all work in or own businesses in Glengormley. They will be competing in the Three Mile Fun Run, part of the Belfast City Marathon, on May 7 to raise funds for the vital services the hospice provides at Horizon House.
Peter McCabe (centre) of the Northern Ireland Children's Hospice with David Browne, Diane Mullan, Stephanie Ashe and Alister Hall, who all work in or own businesses in Glengormley. They will be competing in the Three Mile Fun Run, part of the Belfast City Marathon, on May 7 to raise funds for the vital services the hospice provides at Horizon House.

A NUMBER of Glengormley traders are getting their running shoes on to raise funds for the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice.

News agent Diane Mullan, from Mcmillens on the Carnmoney Road, along with traders and staff from the town’s businesses will be taking part in the Belfast Marathon.

The group will be running in the Thre Mile Fun Run section of the May Day event (May 7).

Diane said: “We have always supported the Children’s Hospice with it being so close to Glengormley and thought it was a great cause to help raise money for this year

“And with us doing the fun run it should be a good bit of craic.”

To support the group in this year’s marathon, call into Mcmillens News on the Carnmoney Road.