Mogeely Vintage Festival – Sunday 22nd of July 2012

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MOGEELY VINTAGE CLUB will host their 13th Annual Vintage Festival on Sunday the 22nd July 2012. To date the club has raised over €160,000 for charities including ACT, Marymount Hospice, CASA, Midleton Community Hospital, Irish Wheelchair Association, Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind Association and Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, Midleton Community Hospital, Enable Ireland Cork and the Irish Kidney Association

As the festival approaches it is a big well done to the local committee for making this event possible. Judging by the professional and dedicated attitude of this terrific group of people, the Mogeely Vintage Festival looks set to be another great success this year. The committee would like to pay special tribute to their many sponsors and the local community for its overwhelming support and like to extend a warm welcome to you all to the weekends events.

Denis Hennessy, Tom Crotty, Jim Hennessy, Will Leahy, John Kelleher and Denis Henessy Jnr., all from Mogeely Vintage Club, launching their annual Vintage Club Festival which will take place on the 22nd of July in Mogeely. Picture: John Hennessy Further Info: Denis, 087- 2508690, or John 087 - 8079250

Tractor balancing: Denis Hennessy, Tom Crotty, Jim Hennessy, Will Leahy, John Kelleher and Denis Henessy Jnr., all from Mogeely Vintage Club, launching their annual Vintage Club Festival which will take place on the 22nd of July in Mogeely.
Picture: John Hennessy Further Info: Denis, 087- 2508690, or John 087 – 8079250

Featured this year will be a Vintage tractor, Car, Motorcycle and Engine display. Old time threshing, tractor balancing, slow tractor race, Barrel Race, Bachelors in Trouble, Children Sports, Sideshows & Stalls, Dog Show, Baby Show and Live Music and Dancing.

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  1. Fr Liam Kellleher on

    I have about 50 pics of Vintage in Mogeely on this Sunday my brother John asked me to put them on your website but I can’t see any way to do it after looking at your site
    Every good wish,
    Fr Liam Kelleher