2023 Family Fun Day, Vintage Rally & Road Runs-details on Home page
The photographer didn’t manage to get any pics of the corn harvest in 2023 so this snap of the corner of the field before it was cut will have to do!
The corn was harvested on 21st July 2022.
Click IMG below for “Men and Machinery in action”
A Selection of photos from the 2019 Rally
Pictured at the launch of Larchfield CDA annual Family Fun Day and Vintage Rally are Rally and Association Officials, Brian McCallister, Jim Halliday, Laurence Hooke, Patricia Halliday, Sharon McKnight and Elgin Greer along with Connor and Daniel. (Aug 2019)
Children's Activities include: Duck fishing, Jelly baby bowling, nerf shooting, hoopla, crafts (boys and girls), face painting, nature detectives trail, and child friendly tractors. All children's activities are free!
Other activities include: Model Farm, Wood Turning, Rare Breeds, donkeys, pony and trap rides, steam engine, Archery, Threshing and Bailing display,and exhibitions on "60 years of the Mini car" and "Farming through the Ages". Stalls include Glenda's knits and crafts; Genelle's home baking, baby knits and children's jewellery; Handikat Krafts and Ice Cream; Local musician Trevor Dixon and well known singer and yodeller Kenny Archer will supply the music throughout the day.
"Valerie's Catering Emporium" (well the Ladies Committee) will stock soup, stew, sandwiches, buns, tea and coffee, crisps and juice and "Bobby's Hot Food Bar" will have burgers, hot dogs and bacon butties. Make sure you come early for the hot food as the soup and stew sell out very quickly.
The Road-Run will set off at 3.30pm sharp, completing a short local circular route and returning to the Rally fields to finish the afternoon. This year's charity partners are Ballynahinch Counselling Services and Friends of MS Research QUB.
The 2019 Rally and Family Fun Day is supported by Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council Community Festival Fund.
Some photos from the 2018 Family Fun Day and Vintage Rally
Some photos of previous events can be seen on http://www.larchfieldcommunity.org/gallery/ page.