Moneyrea YFC celebrate Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with a barbecue

Since the YFC year finished for the summer Moneyrea Young Farmers’ Club have continued to support its members and the local community.

Recently the club held its annual friends and family barbecue at Mossbrook farm to which all members past and previous were encouraged to come along to.

This was the club’s first social event since the Covid pandemic.

The club also joined the local community to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee by providing a free barbecue for all to enjoy along with great music from the Moneyreagh Old Standard Lodge and the Ballylesson Flute Band.

From right Jake Crosby, club leader Johnny Burgess, Shane Hannah, David Burgess, Cameron Taggert, Joel Fisher and Thomas Burgess

Great entertainment was provided by Michelle Johnston’s School of Highland Dancing all donations from the night went in aid of the Air Ambulance NI.

Money raised from the club’s friends and family barbecue went Towars the Alzheimers Society.

From the left Dylan Reid, Charlie Thompson, Ross Stevenson, Aimee Connolly, Phoebe Hamilton and Nicole Robinson
Club leader Johnny Burgess on right and Cameron Taggart on the left
A Massey Ferguson 135 driven by Shane Jannah to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee