Busy summer for ZAP group

The Zomba Action Project (ZAP) management committee pictured during the 10th AGM at Flowerfield Centre last Wednesday evening. From left are, Margaret Henderson, Roisin McCaughan, Paul Snelling, Christine Adams, Terry McMullan, Joyce McMullan, Councillor William King and Maurice McNicholl. INCR26-403PL
The Zomba Action Project (ZAP) management committee pictured during the 10th AGM at Flowerfield Centre last Wednesday evening. From left are, Margaret Henderson, Roisin McCaughan, Paul Snelling, Christine Adams, Terry McMullan, Joyce McMullan, Councillor William King and Maurice McNicholl. INCR26-403PL

The Zomba Action Project are gearing up for a busy summer of events.

A coffee morning will be held to support the group on Saturday, August 3. The event at 88 Killeague Road in Macosquin will run from 10am to 12.30.

Another date for your diary is Tuesday, August 13 when the annual ZAP walk and barbecue will take place at Glenullin.

Kicking off at 6.45 everyone is welcome to come along.

The walk is part of the Coleraine Borough Council’s summer walks programme. For more information on these contact Cloonavin.

The group held their AGM recently, the Mayor, councillor David Harding attended the meeting, which was held at Flowerfield.

Councillor Harding expressed his appreciation to the people of the area for their contribution of £500,000 over the past ten years to help the people of Zomba.

“I must congratulate the members of ZAP for their work in sponsoring so many project with this funding. I know from my own experience of charitable activities in Africa that these projects make a big difference to the lives of those in most need,” said the new Mayor.