The season for the vintage tractor shows is soon coming to an end for another year.
Hundreds of tractor enthusiasts took to the roads over the summer, despite the poor weather conditions, to show off their pride and joy - their vintage tractor.
The committee of Roseyards Presbyterian Church has organised an evening which will be of great interest to these tractor men and we won’t need to worry about the weather - it will be indoors. The venue is Roseyards Church Hall.
The night starts with a demonstration of the dismantling and rebuilding of a T20 tractor in less than 10 minutes.
The men and women award winning teams from the Inishowen T20 Tractor Build Team will come together and see who can who can complete this unique and skillful task in the quickest time.
Following this demonstration we can sit back and enjoy a talk by Billy Forsythe about the history of the Harry Ferguson Tractor and the heritage centre.
All this takes place in the church hall on Friday 31st August at 8pm.
Admission is £5 and everyone will be most welcome.
Glens YFC BBQ
THE Glens Young Farmers Club are excited to announce that they will be holding a family BBQ and games night on Friday 24th August.
The event will take place at McQuillan GAC in Ballycastle to officially kick-start their new action-packed winter programme.
The evening is open to all and will showcase what the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster is all about and how much fun there is to be
had. Tickets cost £5 per adult and £2.50 for under 18s - this includes all food and entertainment.
If you are interested in buying a ticket for the evening please contact committee members Joanna on 07706214545; John on 07955389683 or Martin on 07871945044.
SATURDAY, August 25th at 1pm-2.30pm in Ballymoney Main Street, Castlecroft Square, there will be a day out for the family to enjoy.
The Multicultural Snapshot is a lunch time cultural event featuring live music and dance performed by Beyond Skin & Sinc.
A free lunch will also be provided by Fab Kebab.