THE annual Garvagh Cancer Research band parade will take place this Saturday to mark 50 years of charity fundraising.
This year’s parade will take place this Saturday (July 23rd) starting from the Jim Watt Centre at 8pm. The parade will be followed by lots of family fun including bouncy castle and slides.
Then, to mark the 50 years of fundraising there will be a spectacular fireworks display in the grounds of Garvagh High School at 10pm approximately.
To kick off the fundraising, the day starts with a charity breakfast in Garvagh Primary School from 9am.
Admission is £7.50 per head for a slap-up breakfast and all proceeds to Cancer Research.
So why not come along to Garvagh this Saturday to celebrate 50 years of fun and fundraising?