Dublin’s best family day out is back. And best of all it’s free entry!
If you haven’t yet been to this spectacular event then get yourself to Newbridge House
and Farm on the 24th and 25th June this summer. Set on over 40 acres the show is immense, complete with 6 distinct entertainment zones combining the sights and sounds of a traditional agricultural show with an unforgettable food and family fun experience.
Just a stone’s throw from city life, the two day event offers real value for money, unbeatable food and the ultimate farming experience for the whole family to enjoy! The action packed event will again host a mix of foodie and farming attractions including; food stalls boasting locally produced delicacies, craft and cooking demos, ‘Babe’ style sheepdog trials and a diverse range of livestock and equestrian competitions and displays. This year we even have sheep racing!
Flavours of Fingal County Show is a youngster’s delight with bouncy castle galore, the Big Dig and the Wild Air Run (for the mammies and daddies also!). There’ll also be music, magicians, street entertainers, face painting, and a huge range of arts & crafts activities planned over the weekend event. The beautiful Victorian Walled Garden will be resplendent with Fingal Food stalls while out in front of the stunning Georgian house we’re taking you back in the Vintage Arena depicting re-enactments from the Great Irish War, Vikings and even a spot of jousting!
Just off the M1, only 10 minutes from the M50, there’s direct pedestrian access from
Donabate train station and bike parking facilities, there’s no excuse for not getting to this year’s Flavours. Plan your day trip to experience country living at its very best.
Commenting on this year’s Flavours of Fingal, Chief Executive Fingal County Council, Paul Reid said: “Flavours of Fingal is the flagship event for Fingal County Council and we are really excited to present the 2017 programme. With a focus on rural life and its economy, the county show is an opportunity for us to show the different facets of Fingal life – from farming to food production, family fun and heritage. We look forward to welcoming more visitors to this year’s event to show them Fingal at its very best”.
Mayor of Fingal Cllr. Darragh Butler, said: “Flavours of Fingal County Show gives us the opportunity to bridge city and county is one of my favourite events of the year. It highlights the diverse components of the county and its people in an interactive way. I encourage people to come along and enjoy the sights, sounds and flavours this event will offer”.
Sheila Corbally, speaking on behalf of local farming group Fingal Farmers, said: “Fingal Farmers are very proud partners of the Flavours of Fingal County Show which will be bigger and better than ever this year! The county show is a fantastic platform to showcase the best in livestock, equestrian, crafts and cookery that Fingal has to offer.”
For more information on what’s happening at Flavours of Fingal, visit our website www.flavoursoffingal.ie