Christian Aid shop opens in Cullybackey

Friday December 28th 2018

The Rev Adrian Halligan, left, attended the opening of The Changing Room charity shop along with church warden Francis Neilly (far right). ©Press Eye/Darren Kidd

Christian Aid has opened a charity shop named ‘The Changing Room’ in the village of Cullybackey. This is the charity’s second shop in Northern Ireland.

The shop is run by a team of committed volunteers, and benefits Christian Aid’s work globally by raising money. It also benefits the village of Cullybackey as it brings people from the village and surrounding area together. 

The Rev Adrian Halligan, curate-in-charge, Parish of Craigs, Killagan and Dunaghy, attended the opening of the Cullybackey shop in Main Street along with church warden Francis Neilly on December 7.

If you’re in the Cullybackey area, Christian Aid invites you to call in, pick up a bargain, drop off any items you would like to donate and chat to the volunteers who are working in the shop.

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