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By Kieran Hughes

A Glengormley GAA club will be bringing the summer in with a bang at an annual fun day this weekend. Naomh Éanna GAC hold the annual Sean Fox Day each year on May Day Bank Holiday Monday but due to the adverse weather conditions this year the event had to be postponed and rescheduled for this Sunday (June 17, 2-5pm).

As always the day promises to be one

of the highlights of the Naomh Éanna

social calendar with something for all

the family.

The fun starts at 2pm and there will be loads to do such as a petting farm, climbing wall, surf simulator, Wipeout, bungee, trampoline, Zorbs, Gladiator, bouncy castles, face painting, food stalls, tuck shop, soak the coach.

So call up to Naomh Éanna GAC on the Hightown Road. Entrance £3 for an adult and £2 for a child and all activities (except food stalls) free after that. Everyone is welcome. There will be a Park and Ride operating from Edmund Rice College.

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