Rotary Club of Belfast

North Coast Adventure

Some 22 intrepid Rotarians and partners made their way to the Marine Hotel Ballycastle on Tuesday 17 May to gather together for the first time since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. 

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Ballycastle 12Led by President Ken, PP Maurice & Hilary Brooks, PP Brian & Rosie Clements, PE Steven Costello, Eileen Kennedy, PP Adrian and Margaret Kerr, PP Craig & Orla McClelland, PP Gordon & Norma Millington, John & Hester O’Carroll, Ronnie & Elma Porter, Eric & June Rainey and Denis & Betty Wilson received a very warm welcome from the hotel and, as the photos show, having all arrived safely thoroughly enjoyed each other’s company with lots of Craic over a very good dinner culminating with a hearty north coast breakfast! 


Ballycastle 01Concluding this excellent get-together, when even the weather didn't dampen spirits, on the Wednesday morning President Ken and a few Rotarians were given a wonderful tour of Corrymeela by a former leader of the community Derek Wilson

Very many thanks are extended to Hester O’Carroll for her great organisational skills in bringing together the whole trip.  

Here’s To The Next One!


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