The Causeway Branch of the Health and Social Care Retirement Fellowship N.I. recently had their summer outing to the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
Chairman, Mrs Meta Cochrane welcomed all on board the coachand the first stop was at IKEA for morning coffee and some shopping.
At Bangor members gathered at the Marine Court Hotel for lunch. The food was good and the company of members and visitors all enjoyed their meal.
The next stop was at the Ulster Folk Museum. The museum was a step back in time and uncovered a way of life from 100 years ago.
Many of the exhibit buildings were dismantled in their original location and rebuilt in the museum.
It was a dry warm day and everyone enjoyed their day out.
Mrs Meta Cochrane thanked everyone for coming and wished us all a safe journey home.
The next meeting for the Health and Social Care Retirement Fellowship N.I Causeway Branch will be held on September 9 at the Lecture Theatre, Multi-Discipline Education Centre, Causeway Hospital at 2.30pm.
The subject will be Travel Solutions and the guest speaker will be Tommy Collins MBE