Lisnagaver Vintage and Family Fun Day

GATEWAY. Pictured smiling for our lensman at a Fun Day held in aid of Lisnagarver Orange Hall on Saturday at Fenton's Farm are Stephen Moore, Chris Moore, Robert Toner, William Wiley and Derek Fenton.INBM40-14 066SC.
GATEWAY. Pictured smiling for our lensman at a Fun Day held in aid of Lisnagarver Orange Hall on Saturday at Fenton's Farm are Stephen Moore, Chris Moore, Robert Toner, William Wiley and Derek Fenton.INBM40-14 066SC.

The Lisnagaver Vintage and Family Fun Day was staged at Duneaney Road Rasharkin on Saturday.

Tractors, cars, motorcycles and stationary engines were on view for the sizeable number of visitors to the event.

STALL.  Samantha Kelly and Anne Toner, pictured at their stall during the Lisnagarver Fun Day on Saturday.INBM40-14 067SC.

STALL. Samantha Kelly and Anne Toner, pictured at their stall during the Lisnagarver Fun Day on Saturday.INBM40-14 067SC.

This year saw the addition of a few craft stalls and these proved popular. As usual the barbecue and the ice cream van did good business and all exhibitors were entertained to tea and sandwiches.

Highlight of the day was the judging of the Massey Ferguson 100 series competition.

Winner of the best turned out tractor was the MF 175 shown by George Robinson and the winner of the most original tractor was the MF 135 owned by Jonny Johnston and shown by Chris Moore.

The committee would like to thank all the exhibitors without whom there would be no show - the stall holders who added to the entertainment, the members of the general public for their support.

TRACTOR BOYS. Pictured at the Fun Day held at Fulton's farm on Saturday are Adam McAuley and Philip Fenton.INBM40-14 068SC.

TRACTOR BOYS. Pictured at the Fun Day held at Fulton's farm on Saturday are Adam McAuley and Philip Fenton.INBM40-14 068SC.

We must also thank Messers JK McElderry Ballymoney and Riddle Bros Maghera for kindly sponsoring the prizes.

Plans now begin for next year’s event which will hopefully be even better.