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RURALYOUTH
FARMWEEK
FEBRUARY 07 2019
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Community support for
SERC’s Refresher Week
S
OUTH Eastern Regional
College’s Careers and
Student Finance, charities,
organisations and employers
from the local community came
along to remind students of the
services and support available
for their health and well-being
during SERC’s recent Refresher
Week.
Some 30 organisations hosted
information points at SERC’s
Downpatrick, Bangor, Lisburn
and Newtownards campuses
where
students
had
the
opportunity to find out about
volunteering opportunities, meet local employers and hear
about services to support their
health and well being, including
Inspire Well Being and the
Consumer Council.
SERC provides a wide range of
full and part-time courses. Visit
the full-time Open Day on
Wednesday, March 6, from 2pm8pm at the Bangor, Downpatrick,
Lisburn and Newtownards campuses. For more information or
to apply please visit www.serc.
ac.uk, call 0345 600 7555 or on
Facebook search SERC
RIGHT: Christopher Wilkin, Business Manager, McDonald’s,
Downpatrick, with Level 2 Technical Diploma in Media students
Gerhard Clarke and Anna-Marie Greenan (right) with Catherine
Shipman, Student Engagement Manager, SERC, at the college’s
Refresher Week,
CAST: The ‘Aunt Janet’ cast.
IN ACTION: Andrew Patton and Joy
Dalzell as Mr and Mrs Barbour.
PERFORMERS: Aunt Janet and friend Susan played by Jane Patton and
Niamh Martin.
Newtownards
YFC takes on
three-act play
ABOVE: The
Barbour family –
Andrew Patton,
Sarah Robinson,
Rebecca
McBratney,
Rebecca
McCracken and
Joy Dalzell.
RIGHT: The
Barbour
daughters
played by Sarah
Robinson,
Rebecca
McBratney
and Rebecca
McCracken.
N
EWTOWNARDS Young
Farmers’ Club is taking
part in the YFCU 3 Act Play
competition for the first time
in 25 years. With a budding
cast of actors and actresses, it is sure
to be a great show.
‘Aunt Janet’, a play in three acts,
is written by Agnes Adam and is a
Scottish comedy which follows the
Barbour family and their perils with
Aunt Janet. The play is set in 1960
Scotland but with a personal touch
the club has decided to set the play
in none other than Newtownards.
The 10-strong cast has been
practising since October and the
first performance will take place on
Friday, March 1, at Newtownards YFC
Hall, Victoria Road, at 8pm.
If you would like to see the club
perform in your area it is open for
bookings and would love to be able
to attend.
If you would like more information
contact club leader Joy Dalzell on
ON STAGE: Charlie and Peggie played by Sam Moore
07788 373025 or contact the club via
and Sarah Robinson.
its Facebook page.

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