Magheragall Parish celebrates Queen’s 90th birthday
At the Queen’s Birthday celebration in Magheragall are, back row, from left: Mayoress Linda Beckett , Mayor Thomas Beckett, Barbara Walker, William Martin, the Rev Nicholas Dark. Front, from left, Elizabeth Hill MBE, Eleanor McKnight, Peggy Flynn, Doreen McKee, Charlotte Dickson.
Magheragall Parish celebrated Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday earlier this month and a number of nonagenarians (90-99 years young) were among those who attended the service and lunch.
Charlotte Dickson, aged 98, helped the rector the Rev Nicholas Dark cut the birthday cake, and special guests at the event included outgoing Mayor of Lisburn and Castlereagh, Councillor Thomas Beckett and Mayoress Linda Beckett.
Mrs Beckett presented gifts to all those present who had already celebrated their 90th birthday.
Before the service, parishioners spelled out a birthday message to the Queen.
Charlotte Dickson, aged 98, helps the Rev Nicholas Dark cut the cake at the Queen’s 90th birthday celebration in Magheragall.
Peggy Flynn at the Queen’s birthday lunch.
Elizabeth Hill MBE is one of Magheragall Parish’s nonagenarians.
Parishioners spell out a Happy Birthday message to Her Majesty.
Charlotte Dickson, 98.
Nonagenarian Barbara Walker receives gift from Mayoress Linda Beckett.
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