|Celebrating the 5th Anniversary of The House of Vic-Ryn are L to R: Jacqueline Evans (Proprietor of Café Vic-Ryn), Kieran Duff (House of Vic-Ryn Furniture Solutions Director) and Denise Ewart (Mayoress).||John Kelly with his daughter Emma, sister and brother-in-law Marjorie and Allen Cushnie at the book signing|
TO mark the the Fifth Anniversary of The House of Vic-Ryn Jacqueline Evans, proprietor of Café Vic-Ryn, hosted a book signing of the second edition of John Kelly's 'Lisburn's Rich Church Heritage' last week. Special guests included Lisburn Mayor,
Councillor Allan Ewart and his wife Denise, Former Mayors Councillor Ronnie Crawford and Councillor James Tinsley, Lagan Valley MP Jeffrey Donaldson, The Very Rev John Bond (Dean of Connor) and Victor Hamilton, the main sponsor of the book.
The book is currently on sale at just £5 at Greens, Smyth Patterson's, Mitchell's Draperies (Longstone Street), Your Store (Harmony Heights), Good Book Shop (Church House), Faith Mission Book Shop, the Irish Linen Centre (Lisburn Museum Shop) and Waterstones.