Carnmoney Community Friendship Club

Meets on 2nd Wednesday of every month, 2pm-4pm
Contact: Rev Andy Heber  Tel: 028 9083 6337)

The Carnmoney Community Friendship club which has been running since 2020 enables local people of all faiths and none to gather together over refreshments, make new friends, talk together and enjoy a wide range of different activities. The first part of the meeting always includes a table quiz followed by a different activity each month. These includes Bingo, indoor games, indoor aerobics and much more. After refreshments we then hear from a speaker and have the chance to ask questions and engage with the topic they have spoken about. We also hold various parties with entertainment and food at Christmas and around St. Patrick’s day and end our programme with a summer outing. The club is run by church volunteers and everyone of whatever age is welcome with great fun being had by all at our meetings.

12 June 2024

The Community Friendship Club ended their year with a trip to the Whitehead Railway Museum on Wednesday 12th June.

Forty-one of us boarded a coach at Carnmoney taking the short trip to Whitehead where we were shown around the museum and grounds in three groups by very knowledgable volunteer tour guide.

After the visit we were able to relax in the cafe over a cup of tea before return home to Carnmoney. It was a fascinating visit thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.

10 April 2024

We had a fascinating and stimulating afternoon at the Community Friendship Club this month.

After bingo, Jackie Bingham, Development Officer for NI Libraries, told us about the many services the library offers before leading us all in a sing-song. We weren't expecting that!

13 march 2024

Our Community Friendship Club really went with a swing this afternoon as a record attendance of 74 people enjoyed a St Patrick's Party accompanied by some great music from "The Rogues".

There was plenty of green on show, singing, dancing  and great food as usual from the Hard Hat Catering Company. We'll have to do it agian next year!

14 February 2024

Avid concentration at our Community Friendship Club Beetle Drive this afternoon. We also watched a film: "Those were the Days" about life in the 1960s which brought back a lot of memories for some.