Larchfield family fun day and vintage rally

Brian McCallister, Patricia Halliday, Karen McCallister, Laurence Hooke, Ernie McCallister and Bertie McCallister preparing for the Larchfield Community Association Family Fun Day and Vintage Rally.

Brian McCallister, Patricia Halliday, Karen McCallister, Laurence Hooke, Ernie McCallister and Bertie McCallister preparing for the Larchfield Community Association Family Fun Day and Vintage Rally.

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Larchfield Community Development Association are holding their tenth annual Family Fun Day and Vintage Vehicle and Classic Car Rally and Road Run on Saturday September 12 from 11am, at 136 Windmill Road, Annahilt, Hillsborough.

The opening ceremony is by Dr Helen Fullerton MBE, Chairman of Cancer Research, Hillsborough Branch, well known local retired GP.

Children’s activities include magician, balloon modeling, face painting, duck fishing, cup cake decoration, nail art, and child friendly tractors.

A star attraction this year on exhibit will be a Limited Edition Honda SP1 Motor Bike, No 7 of 26 made to commemorate the victories in the Isle of Man TT races of the late great Joey Dunlop.

Other activities/stands include; Wacky Wax Hands, Murray Brother Mini-Silage harvesting demonstration, Wood Turning, Motor Cycle daring skills, Rare Breeds animals, Steam Engine, Threshing and Baling Demonstration, Amber’s Arts-Crochet exhibition and demonstration, Collectables and Antiques, Ulster Wildlife, The Dogs Trust and an exhibition celebrating ten years of Larchfield Vintage Rally, and much more.

Refreshments are served throughout the day and music is supplied by Billy McFarland.

Charity Partners this year are Cancer Research Hillsborough Branch and Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research NI.

This event has proved increasingly popular with families and vintage vehicle enthusiasts from around the province. A whole day’s activity and entertainment for all the generations and members of the family.

Vehicle Registration from 9.30am, £10 including lunch and commemorative plate.

General Public admission: Adults £5; Under 18s Free. All welcome.

Further details contact Jim Halliday on 07800 875612 or Brian McCallister on 07775 665 951.