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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Jordans spectacular light display for NI Children’s Hospice

A Ballybogey resident has decided to light up his village with a spectacular Christmas display outside his house.

Jordan Christie from Ballybogey is hoping to raise money for the NI Children’s Hospice.

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Speaking about his light display, Jordan said: “This year has been a real struggle for charities to raise money due to COVID-19, so I thought what better way to try and help by spreading some festive cheer as I think its what we all need.

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”The charity that I will be raising funds for is the NI Children’s Hospice.

”Anyone who would like to donate can do so either via my Justgiving page which is www.justgiving.com/jordanslights or you can donate some change into the collection box at the end of the fence.

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Any donation is much appreciated no matter how small!”

You can view the light display at 9 Meadowbrook, Ballybogey, BT53 6RE.

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