Stage set for Cork Summer Show 2010


Cork Summer Show 2010 – 18th, 19th & 20th June

Ballincollig will play host to the Cork Summer Show for the second year running, with the Munster Agriculture Society confident of beating last year’s record crowd numbers. Photo: Ailish Murphy Email:

Alice De La Cour, Gerard Murphy and Mary Egan, organisers of Cork Summer Show 2010, at the official lauch at Oriel House Hotel, Ballincollig.

The site, just off the Ballincollig by-pass, will be packed with fun for all family. Alongside the traditional agricultural, equine, and bovine events, visitors can enjoy the Food Hall, Arts & Crafts Marquee, Wedding Marquee, Home Design Showhouse, and Flower Tent.

At Oriel House Hotel, Ballincollig for the launch of the Cork Summer Show 2010 were, from left, bovine committee members of the Munster Agricultural Society, John Jeffery, Billy Nicholson, George Deane, Tony O'Leary, chairman; Gerard Murphy, chairman MAS, Dick Young, vice president MAS, Jim Ryall, Eddie Barrett and Denis Twomey.

There will be cookery demonstrations, gardening displays and fashion and interior design advice from some very well known names including Peter Dowdall, Ronan Nangle, Stephen Dunne, and Charlotte & Jane, whose Kinsale-based fashion business is causing a real buzz in fashion circles.

Attending the launch of Cork Summer Show 2010 at Oriel House Hotel, Ballincollig were, l-r, John McHale, sports editor Evening Echo, Cllr Derry Canty, Mayor of County Cork and Dominic Daly, director Munster Agricultural Society.

The hotly contested Best Dressed Competitions will be offering fantastic prizes. The Best Dressed Lady will receive a prize valued at €3,000 from Michel Jewellers of Cork, with the Best Dressed Gent taking home a voucher for 4-ball golf at the world famous Old Head Golf Links in Kinsale. Other winners will receive beauty and food hampers, spa treatments, clothing and other treats. There will be a special prize for The Best Dad on Fathers’ Day, and a €200 voucher for the Most Creative Hat – a competition open to all the family.

Announcing details of the 2010 Cork Summer Show at the official launch held at at Oriel House Hotel, Ballincollig were, l-r, George Jeffery, vice president Munster Agricultural Society, Frank Murphy, secretary Cork GAA, Gerard Murphy, president MAS and John Jeffery, director MAS.

The Cork Summer Show really does have something for everyone!

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