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Ballymoney Show

North Road, Ballymoney, County Antrim, BT53 6BW
Image of 3 brown and white Clydesdale Horses being led across a field.
  • Image of 3 brown and white Clydesdale Horses being led across a field.
  • Aerial view of the show, featuring an ice cream van, bouncy castles, bouncy slides,  a blue tractor and people  enjoying the show
  • Aerial view of outdoor white tents, people browsing the stalls, there is a silver car in the foreground and houses in the background.
  • A cute curly haired lamb, looking straight to the camera.  It has 4 little black feet and a black face  and is standing in a pen.
  • Image of an indoor market, inside a white tent.  People are browsing and shopping at the stalls.

About

Ballymoney Show is a local agricultural show providing 2 days of entertainment for the whole family. The show attract visitors, from both the local farming area, the local town and also visitors from the rest of the province, from the Island of Ireland and Great Britain.

Ballymoney Show is held in the local showgrounds, which are owned by the North Antrim Agricultural Association.

At the show, you'll get to experience livestock judging including cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, horse and pony judging to food tents with cookery demonstrations and celebrity chefs; from agricultural products, artisan foods to local crafts as well as entertainment in the form of music, football competitions and tug of war. Not to forget the bonny baby competition, home industries and schools exhibits and an exciting dog show, too. There's also over 100 produce and craft stands – which include artisan food to sample, rural crafts and agricultural products.

Ballymoney Show has built a strong sense of community for over 100 years (since 1907). They pride themselves in the strong young farmers' involvement with the show – involving 3 local clubs – Finvoy, Kilraughts and Moycraig. The members of these clubs unite to do all the preparation and planning – and this gives them many opportunities to team build.

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Opening Times

Season (3 June 2022 - 4 June 2022)
DayTimes
Friday15:00 - 22:00
Saturday09:30 - 16:00

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