ARMSTRONG Medical in Coleraine and other leading Northern Ireland Businesses are continuing their efforts to raise a million pounds for The Prince’s Trust.
With almost a hundred teams across the UK taking part in The Prince’s Trust Million Maker Challenge, the charity is aiming to raise £1m for its work to support disadvantaged young people across the UK.
All the money raised will be used to give practical and financial support to over 3,000 local young people who need it the most, developing key workplace skills such as confidence and motivation, enabling our young people to move into work, education or training.
Armstrong Medical, the only local business taking part, is staging a Britain’s Got Talent event in the Magherabuoy House Hotel, Portrush, on Friday, November 2.
The event will be hosted by local compare Adrian Johnston, with music provided by Brian McLean. The event will also be broadcast on Radio NI.
“We are delighted to have organised an event that will hopefully appeal to everyone in the local community,” said Armstrong Medical’s team leader Johnathan McLaughlin.
“We have a wide range of acts booked to showcase their talent and with the event being broadcast on Radio NI, it’s a fantastic opportunity for the performers to show off their abilities”.
Tickets cost £10 and include a finger buffet along with entry to our prize draw with some fantastic prizes donated from local businesses.
Tickets are available now from Armstrong Medical in Coleraine, the Magherabuoy House Hotel Portrush and from other outlets in and around the local community.
There is still time to register if you would like to perform at the event, with a cash prize up for grabs for the winner.
If you would like to apply or would like more information on purchasing tickets, please contact Johnathan McLaughlin on 028 7035 6029 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.