Lisnamurrican raises funds for Rural Support

n Ian Taylor.

IT might have been cold, but at least it was drier than last year, as around 160 vehicles took part in the annual Truck and Tractor Run organised by Lisnamurrican Young Farmers’ Club, raising an amazing £2,580.57 for Rural Support.

After assembling at Ballymena Livestock Market, the cavalcade travelled along the Woodside and Caherty Roads, Main Street, Broughshane, Tullymore, Clonatrace, Longmore, Glens Brae, Knockanully, A43 Glenravel, Lisnamanny, Glenleslie, Ballycregagh, Cloughwater, Dunbought, Dumagrove, Cushendall, Knockan, Raceview Roads, before back to the starting point on the Woodside Road.

n Hannah McConaghie and Dean Turton. :

Lisnamurrican Young Farmers’ Club would like to thank Ballymena Market for the use of its premises, the Ringside Cafe for the great food, the sponsors, those who gave donations, with a special mention to The Halfway House; the marshals, the roadrunners and everyone who helped in any way to make the event yet another resounding success.

n Ian McIlroy and ‘Farmer Luke’. :

A spokesperson for Rural Support expressed thanks to Lisnamurrican YFC for its support.


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