The Christmas lights were officially turned on in Spink recently by a very special guest.
Photographer Alf Harvey was there to do the necessary in front of a big crowd.
Knock Vintage Club also presented a number of cheques on the evening to different organisations.
€5,000 each was presented to Knock National School and the parish of Ballinakill and Knock.
While the Ballinakill Bowls Club benefited to the tune of €300.
Speaking about the evening, Alf Harvey said: “I was delighted to have had the honour of being asked to switch on the Christmas tree lights for Knock Vintage Club.
“What a super party across the road in Headen’s Spink afterwards with music by Ceol le Cairde where the club distributed funds from the very popular Knock Vintage Day held during the Summer.
“While I am well used to driving the countryside in all weathers, this time huge thanks goes to Ned Kelly who collected me and dropped me home in his beautiful 1980 Rolls Royce.”
After switching on the lights, Alf managed to also snap some great pictures.
Check them out below:
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