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BORRISLEIGH ACTIVE SOCIAL CLUB are kindly organising this event for Suir Haven., this Sunday May 1st from noon to midnight. Thank you so much.

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Delighted to announce the 1916 Exhibition Ford Model T belonging to Kitty Kiernan's brother Larry will be part of our Vintage & Classic Car Show. Kitty Tiernan was the fiancée of Michael Collins, the Irish Revolutionary leader and Chairman of the Provisional Government. The car has recently been restored.


Only two weeks to go to our Thurles Lions Club Annual Vintage & Classic Car Show and family day in Thurles Greyhound Stadium. Sunday May 8th 2016 12 noon - 5pm.

A Big thanks to Billy Maher & Tadgh Ryan of Clonoulty Rossmore Vintage Club, who helped get Lions Club member Eamonn Medley 's 1933 Wolseley Hornet Special started for our show on May 8th and who have been an enormous help in organising the show.

There will something for everyone at the show. Attactions include
- All dogs welcome to the "Mo Chara Rescue" Dog Show.
- Artisan Food Fare
- 1916 Exhibition
- Craft Stalls
- Bouncy Castle
- Obstacle Course
- Autojumblers
- Face Painting
- Fortune Teller

Admission €5 with children under 12 FREE


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