The day has been organised with fun filled events for all ages including a competition for modern working and vintage tractors that will be on the day by Mr George McAleer, co-ordinator of the world’s biggest signal make tractor and a member of friends of Ferguson Heritage.
There will be a prize of £50 for the winning tractor.
Friends of the Ferguson Heritage club bring a world of knowledge to this event and they are even bringing unseen footage of the Ferguson Factories.
The event will also have a competition for the kids, a bring your own peddle tractor assault course. This assault course will be filled with many obstacles for the children to overcome to make it to the end and claiming the winning first prize donated by W&J Walkers of Ballymoney.
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This event offers something for all the family, with trade stands and live radio broadcast by FUSE FM it really is a day not to be missed.