It has been decided that there will be no show in 2020 but we will, hopefully return in June 2021.
We are sorry that we are unable to run the event this year. While we are seeing restrictions both easing and being lifted at present, we have the uncertainty of what maybe ahead. With the possibility of a second wave of Covid-19 and social distancing measures expected to be in place for some time, we would be unable to ensure adequate social distancing to run an event of this size.
While many events have been cancelled this year on the calendar it is more important that everyone is safe and well. While we are disappointed the show cannot take place we know this is the right decision. Hopefully we will see you all in 2021 when this pandemic is behind us.
Any entries which have already been received for 2020 will be honored for an entry in 2021 Kilbroney Vintage Show. All exhibitors and vehicle entries will receive their entry for 2021 in due course.
We are working with Newry, Mourne & Down District Council in order to secure a date for our 35th Kilbroney Vintage Show which will now be held in 2021. When we have been able to secure a date we will share that with everyone.
Looking forward to a brighter 2021,
Kilbroney Vintage Show Committee.
Newry Lions Club and the Kilbroney Vintage Show Committee invite you to take part in the Kilbroney Vintage Show on Saturday 20th June 2020
Now in it's 35th year. The Kibroney Show has become one of europe's largest gathering of classic vehicles from Car's, Tractors, Motorcycles, Steam and Much More. We expect 2020 to be record breaking!
Car of the show: No. 916 Steven McIlwaine – 1959 Jaguar XJ 150
Tractor: No. 967 Trevor Knox – 1945 Case DC4
Motorcycle: No. 154 Cecil Breadon – 1999 Harley Davidson
Small Commercial Vehicle: No. 548 Aidan McCann – 1966 Bedford TK330
Large Commercial Vehicle: No. 1443 Matthew Hughes – 1995 Scania 143
Best Club Stand: Ford Anglia 105E Club – Richard Bingham
Most Unusual Item: No. 1214 Francie Sloan – Potato Digger
Oldest Vehicle (Pre-Booked): No.1292 Mike Nolan – Rolls Royce
Furthest Travelled: No. 1346 Keith Stevenson, Derbyshire – 1967 Morris Minor Pick Up