Saturday, July 16, 2022

Pictured at the launch of the Tinahely Show in The Square, Tinahely Joan Wilmington, Martha Mitchell, Florence Dagge and Miriam Osborne (Tinahely Show committee). Photo: michaelorourkephotography.ie

At the launch of the Tinahely Show in The Square, Tinahely  Sabrina Doyle-Roche and John Roche, Joyce Kearney and Ben

Pictured with Ben during the launch of the Tinahely Show in The Square, Tinahely were Emma Weekes and Jessica Browne 

 Donal Riordon (FBD Insurance), Lorraine O’Sullivan (Tinahely Show), Tara McCann (FBD Insurance) and Thomas McDonald (chairman Tinahely Show). 

Face painting during the launch of the Tinahely Show in The Square, Tinahely. Photo: michaelorourkephotography.ie

Pictured at the launch of the Tinahely Show in The Square, Tinahely were (l-r), Tom Byrne (chairman IFA), Mary and Andy Doyle (Tinahely Show), Seamus Dempsey (Tinahely Show), Roger Boyd (Tinahely Show), Thomas McDonald (chairman Tinahely Show), Dorothy Lazenby (Sec Easter Region Irish Shows Assoc), Joyce Kearney (Tinahely Show) and siblings Max and Eva Elliott 

Pictured on a vintage tractor during the launch of the Tinahely Show in The Square, Tinahely were Saoirse Byrne and Ellie McCarthy

Sponsors, committee, friends and supporters were pictured at the launch of the Tinahely Show in The Square, Tinahely

By Suzanne Pender

TINAHELY Show is once more shining a light on the county by introducing a new exhibition ‘Best of Wicklow’, an exciting collaborative initiative bringing together under one roof the best the county can offer in culture, food, tourism, enterprise and public services.

This initiative has been developed in partnership with Wicklow County Council through the LEADER programme.

Entertainment will be headed by country music star Michael English, while the line-up also includes Stuart Moyles, Stacey Breen and Theresa and the Stars.

Horse, cattle, sheep, baking, craft, horticulture, photography, art and junior classes will take place during the morning.

Patrons can take a walk through the IFA ‘Food From Our Farmer’ marquee, the quilt marquee, the world of wool area and the everyday wellness marquee with talks and displays. And those interested in days gone by can check out the vintage section and view the selection of machinery, tractors and cars. The motorbike display will be near the main gate.

If you are hungry after all of that, a field restaurant is located in the food court, where visitors can sit and eat or have something to take away. Entries for all classes at the show are still open, but the closing date is Friday 22 July.

For more, log onto www.tinahelyshow.ie.

 

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