We try to have one speaker per month, each on a topic geared to interest all our members:

Jan Mark Devenport, the BBC’s NI political editor

Feb, Dr Bob Brown, formerly the National Trust’s Strangford Lough manager and RSPB director

Mar Dr Ivan Pollock, former headmaster of Campbell College, Belfast

Apr. Laura Spence, local historian and joint author of ‘A Chronicle of Comber’

May Ciara O’Reilly, Director of the NI Music Therapy Trust Jun Rotary International Global Scholar, Ms Kjelsie Hass

Youth Services

Heats of Young Chef take place on January 30.

The NI Young Musician of the Year heats will be on March 5 and 12, and the Final on March 19.

Those who would like to enter should complete the entry form on our website

Environment Our support for Ulster Wildlife’s Homes for Wildlife project is gathering pace. Six Primary Schools in the area, Andrews Memorial, St Mary’s, Alexander Dickson, Killinchy, Carrickmannon and Moneyrea, will receive talks in January, the first of three workshops.

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