Classic Cars burn a trail for premature babies in Belfast to Portrush cavalcade

David Healy, NI International Footballer and TinyLife Patron along with premature twins Ben & Alexander Magee beside one of the old cars taking part in the Belfast-Portrush cavalcade. CR31 113S
David Healy, NI International Footballer and TinyLife Patron along with premature twins Ben & Alexander Magee beside one of the old cars taking part in the Belfast-Portrush cavalcade. CR31 113S
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EAST Antrim Old Vehicle Club is gearing up for its eleventh annual Belfast-Portrush Cavalcade event this Sunday, August 5th.

The cavalcade will assemble at Mossley Mill, home of the Newtownabbey Council from 8.30 am and the public are most welcome to come and view the vehicles.

Stephen Clements, the Citybeat Breakfast Show presenter will get the cavalcade underway at 11am heading for Portrush and they will be holding a static display at the Dunluce Centre Portrush from 1pm to 4pm. Again members of the public are welcome to view the selection of classic cars. Entrance is free. More information about the event can be found at www.eaovc.co.uk

The money raised from this year’s event will go to our chosen charity TinyLife, Northern Ireland’s only Premature Baby Charity. Every day in Northern Ireland seven babies are born too soon. Some will arrive as early as 24 weeks and weigh as little as 1lb. TinyLife provides emotional and practical support to the families of premature babies across Northern Ireland.

Anyone interested in supporting TinyLife should contact the Fundraising Team on 02890 815050 or email: info@tinylife.org.uk or visit our website www.tinylife.org.uk.