The Kilmacanogue Show survived the July weather and welcomed old and new competitors and spectators. Once again we are very grateful to the all the people which make the show possible -
Mary & Syl Fenelon Bourke who generously open their farm to the community and
all the sponsors, stewards, judges and of course the families of the committee who are co-opted every year.
As well as the serious business of the equine, sheep, dog, vintage cars and baking and craft shows, this years show was a delight for children. The new kids zone included a mobile farm, pony rides, face painting, a marquee full of entertaining games and guest appearances from K2 Alpacas and the Wicklow Whisk Cookery School