TinyLife, Northern Ireland’s premature and vulnerable baby charity are holding a ladies only ‘Operation Lipstick’ challenge event on Saturday 26th March in Castlewellan Forest Park from 10am. The event will feature ladies from across Northern Ireland pitting their wits and physical agility against each other in a bid to become the Operation Lipstick champions. Tasks will include mental, practical and physical challenges. We hear from Martin McMullan who devised all the challenges and Catrina McCabe who has to try them out.Tiny Life's Lipstick challenge
Starts in Castlewellan Forest Park from 10am until 4.30pm. Due to demand a second date for 'Operation Lipstick' has been arranged on Saturday 2 April 2011.
For more info email email@example.com, or ring 07702 384 790
Donkey Therapy Centre
Anne Marie visits the brand new Elizabeth Svensden Trust Donkey Centre which is opening in Templepatrick to learn more about this remarkable new treatment for children with special needs and disabilities, and to hear about the inspirational woman who founded these innovative centres.Elisabeth Svensden Trust website
The centre opens in June at Ballymartin Road in Templepatrick - their number is 028 93 32 4647. They're looking for volunteers and need carrots, ginger biscuits and toys, and will be holding a fund-raiser next Tuesday at 7.30pm in Barnabys restaurant on the Ballyrobert Road in Ballyclare.
Bygone Farmers Association
We're live from Robbie Clarke's farm near Ballygawley to hear all about the Ballygawley and Roscavey Bygone Farmers Association Fun day which starts at 12pm Saturday 26th March, and the ploughing event begins at 11am.
Robbie's farm will be well sign-posted from the Ballygawley roundabout, at the end of the M1 - when you reach the roundabout, head for Omagh and his farm is about 4 miles along the road.
Ballymena Arts Festival
The Seven Towers male voice choir will launch Ballymena arts festival next Friday 1st April, and tenor Derek Murdoch from the choir is in our Ballymena studio along with arts officer Rosalind Lowry to tell us about some festival highlights.The Braid
For more info ring 028 2565 7161, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website below
St Bronagh came to Rostrevor in the 6th century to set up a religious settlement, was active at the same time as St Brigid and might even have known St Parick. Now restoration work is under way to protect the ruins of her church. Ahead of St Bronagh's feast day on the 2nd April, Marie McStay went along to see how work is progressing, and to learn more about this remarkable saint.
Milford House Museum
Milford House is a museum in Milford Village, about a mile south west of Milford city. They are holding a volunteer action day, and collection keeper Stephen McManus is in studio to tell us more.Milford House Museum
The 'turn up and try day', is on today at the old School House, Hill Street in Milford Village - it begins at 11 0 clock with a tour every hour until 2 0 clock - and refreshments will be served. For more info click on the link below or ring 028 37 525 467
Anne-Marie McAleese and the team go in search of the weird and wonderful across Northern Ireland,…