Moynalty Steam Threshing Festival (11th Aug)

About Event:

Moynalty Steam Threshing is a community festival is run by volunteers in aid of the community and many different charities. The first Threshing was held in 1976 to raise funds for the Church extension, a profit of a £1,000 was made on a wet Sunday afternoon.

The event has grown from strength to strength since and has an annual attendence in excess of 30,000. On the day the stage will be set by the Steam Threshing Committee where displays of vanishing work practices and food production can be seen along-side craft making and vintage displays. The children will be well entertained by the amusements on site and can visit the many farm animals on the old-style farm yard or enter their dog in the dog show.  There will be music and craic all day long. People travel from far afield to demonstrate their crafts & exhibits and to provide entertainment for our visitors.

Location:

In the grounds of the Moynalty Steam Threshing Museum and parkland in the heart of the village of Moynalty, Kells, Co Meath

Organiser Contact Details:

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