The Glencolmcille is a fantastic day out for all ages, with something for everyone.
Here is the PDF of Entry Booklet
In addition to the livestock show and the horticultural & craft competitions there is a packed programme of entertainment throughout the day.
Wexford Theatre are putting on 4 shows of' Jeff and Elvis' which lasts approx 40 minutes each for children of all ages
Vortex Tunnell will be there
'Beat the Goalie' challenge
Simulated Rally Experience with rally jacket as prize for best time.
Pedro will be there with his birds of prey
Chainsaw wood artist doing demonstrations.
This is all in addition to our wide range of cattle, sheep, horses poultry, arts and crafts, horticulture , homebaking etc competitions as listed in schedule.
Live music in marquee during the day with well known local/internationally acclaimed singer songwriter, Eunan Mc Intyre
Jiving competition in marquee at
Show dance in marquee - dancing til late to the wonderful Cufflinks Band with selection of Show Queen.
It will be a wonderful day for all the family!
Summer 2010 saw the revival of one of the most successful agricultural show’s ever held in Donegal!
The Glencolmcille Agricultural Show or Taispeántais Ghleann Cholm Cille was first set in 1954 by Fr McDyer. In its heyday, the exhibition featured over 1600 entries in various categories, second only to the Balmoral Show in Belfast.
Anyone interested in taking a stall for the 2017 show should contact the Glencolmcille Agricultural Show Committee (details below) for further details. Stalls are welcome, but only with pre-booking approval and pre-payment.
Contact the Glencolmcille Agricultural Show Committee on Facebook - Glen Agricultural Show
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