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Mount Druid Vintage Rally

Mount Druid House, 2 Ballinlea Road, Ballintoy, County Antrim, BT54 6NQ
Image showing Ballintoy Rectory in the background with green fields in the foreground.  There is a sign on a fence advertising the Mount Druid Vintage
  • Image showing Ballintoy Rectory in the background with green fields in the foreground.  There is a sign on a fence advertising the Mount Druid Vintage
  • Image of several tractors all parked and lined up.  There are red, green, blue and orange tractors, some older vintage ones and more modern ones.  Bal
  • Aerial image of the rally, showing green fields leading out to the sea with tractors, caravans, cars and people milling about looking at the vehicles
  • Image of a gentleman driving a blue vintage tractor. He is wearing a high visibility vest, a flat cap and is smoking a pipe.  Just behind him is a mar
  • Image shows someone dressed up in a cat costume holding a box of celebrations chocolates being led across a field by a man wearing a high vis vest and

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A fun day out for all the family, come see the Vintage Vehicles, Tractors old and new, Tricked out & Model Tractors, Classic Cars & Motorcycles. For your entertainment, Music (including Dunseverick Primary School Harpists), Dancing (with Kelly Neill Dance Co.), Exotic Animals (with Tales of the Wild) and Dog Show (with Pets at the Causeway). Fire Service display. For the children - Bouncy Castles and Toddler's Play Area. Raffle (star prize Stena Ferry voucher), Tombola, Stalls, Car Boot Sale. Food, BBQ, Tea Tent, Ice Cream. Come and enjoy the beautiful views, safely contained within the gardens and fields of Mount Druid House (Ballintoy Rectory).

All are welcome!

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