Belfast Telegraph

Curtain's up tomorrow on Balmoral Show

Kate Armstrong, Jude Spence and Chloe Ferris from Ballymacash PS help launch Translink’s special bus, coach and train transport plans for the Balmoral Show
Kate Armstrong, Jude Spence and Chloe Ferris from Ballymacash PS help launch Translink’s special bus, coach and train transport plans for the Balmoral Show
Margaret Canning

By Margaret Canning

The wait is over for fans of Northern Ireland's biggest agricultural event as the Balmoral Show sponsored by Ulster Bank kicks off tomorrow.

Spectators will be pouring into the gates of Balmoral Park in Lisburn to enjoy the sights, tastes and sounds of the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society's four-day event.

Attractions include 650 trade stands, the NI Food Pavilion, cattle parades, a children's farm and showjumping.

Northern Ireland's finest agri-food producers will be out in force - including Gerald Millar of Limavady onion grower Milgro.

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