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Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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Videos: Rare exhibits among displays at Shrule and District Vintage Club’s show

That’s Farming visited Shrule and District Vintage Club’s annual vintage show and monster autojumble on Sunday, September 10th, 2023.

The event formed a display of vintage cars, tractors, farm machinery, stationary engines, modified cars, commercial vehicles, a dog show, children’s entertainment, live music with Break Free and jiving and waltzing competitions.

The annual event was initially set to take place on July 9th, 2023; however, was rescheduled for a later date of September 10th, 2023, on foot of ground and weather conditions.

The event took place in conjunction with the Ireland West Truck Show in an adjacent field in Glencorrib, in aid of this year’s chosen charity partner, Daisy Lodge Centre, Cong, Co Mayo.

The Daisy Lodge Centre provides respite accommodation for the parents of children who have been diagnosed with cancer.

Prizes were allocated for the best Scania, Volvo, Merc, Man, Renault, Hino, Iveco, Daf, Rigid, Fleet, Light Commercials and Truck of the Show and each driver received a show memento plaque and a meal voucher.

The show entry fee was set at €30/truck and organisers reported to www.thatsfarming.com that the 2023 turnout of vehicles was “the best on record”.

The truck show, now in its third year, was limited to modern vehicles (non-vintage) – tractor units (no trailers) and rigid trucks only.

Take a look at some of the footage that we captured of the vintage section:

Shrule and District Vintage Club

Here are some of the videos that we shared on our Facebook page.

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