Glenkeen Residents Put Their Best Foot Forward at Antrim Courthouse Tea Dance

There was toe tapping aplenty at the tea dance in Old Courthouse in Antrim which was attended by Glenkeen’s Activity Therapist Sue Avery and two lucky residents on Wednesday 14th June.

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council hosted  a community tea dance in The Old Courthouse in Antrim which was attended by Glenkeen residents Mary Kelly and Madge Creighton.  This event was sponsored by Hutchinson Care Homes who sponsored the band ‘Double Trouble.’  The Mayor of Antrim and Newtonabbey Councillor Paul Hamill was in attendance and took the time to meet everyone including the care home residents and he even took to the dance floor.

There was lots of laughs and Sue showed off her vocal talents singing along with Double Trouble while Mary Kelly  enjoyed the music which included great tunes from all eras

Madge Creighton was surprised by her daughter Nicola who joined her and enjoyed the afternoon of fun and music which made the day even more special for her

Now as if the day was not exciting enough for Madge Creighton she took to the floor for  a dance with Paul Hamill the Mayor of Antrim !

Thanks to everyone involved in organising the day and Mary and Madge cannot wait until the next one !