The annual Dunderry Fair is taking place in Co. Meath this Sunday (May 12th).
Scottish Highland and Dexter Cattle will among the rare breeds on display for the sixteenth year of the much-anticipated show.
There will be on-street trades and skills of times gone by demonstrated by those for who it was once a daily chore.
Basket making, butter making and farm animals will be on show to include cows, sheep, horses, pigs and goats.
Each year, the matchmaker - Tom Feeney - will be bringing together singles who are looking for romance.
Centrepiece to the fair is the main stage where music is played all day long where this year’s highlight will be Gerry Guthrie with more acts such as Matt Leavey; Paul Leavey; and Nigel Connell in support.
The fair promises to entertain both young and old who are looking for a day of fun. Children’s entertainment includes stilt-walkers; face painting and a fun fair.
“It’s a time machine back to days of old,” said Gerry Comaskey - PRO of the festival - who is looking forward to the sunshine that is forecast for the day.
The fair is easily located just five minutes off the N3 Motorway.
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