Longford Vintage Club Show Celebrate 100 years of Ford in Ireland

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The Longford Vintage Club is celebrating 100 years of Ford in Ireland at their 12th annual Longford Vintage Club Show.

To mark the Ford centenary the Longford Vintage Club will feature a special Ford section at the Vintage Show and Craft Fair which will take place on Sunday, June 4 in Connolly Barracks Longford.

Gates open at Connolly Barracks at 12 noon on Sunday and the organisers say there will be plenty fun for all the family on the day. Michael Nolan of Longford Vintage Club explained,
“We are really looking forward to celebrating 100 years of Ford in Ireland and all Ford vehicles are welcome.”

“As an added incentive, we will be awarding a special prize for the oldest Ford that arrives in Longford on the day.”
“We have lots of free kids entertainment. ‘Mr Tayto’ will be in attendance along with Corvenieos Entertainment, and we’ll have train rides, face painting, bouncy castles and pet farm.”

The Vintage Show will also include a ‘Future Classics’ section and the Ford Focus WRX Rally Simulator.

Mr Nolan said the club was excited by the prospect of welcoming new exhibitors and added that there will be something for everybody.

Vintage cars, tractors,  commercials; stationary, engines and autojumble; dog show; blacksmith workshop; indoor and outdoor craft area and wood carving.

For more information on the 12th annual Longford Vintage Club Show and Craft Fair contact 087 116 7630 and also keep an eye on the club’s Facebook page.


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