3rd September 2020 - Page 31

MAY 09 2019
Dress to impress
at this year’s show
ALL SET: Hillsborough YFC members pictured with performer Lee Matthews.
Hillsborough YFC presents
the annual Balmoral Bash
HE annual Balmoral Bash being
organised by Hillsborough
Young Farmers’ Club is being
held at the Tannery, Moira, on Friday,
May 17. Doors open at 9.30pm.
Tickets are £12 at the door or £10 if
bought in advance.
Tickets can be bought through
PayPal on the Facebook event link
or from any Hillsborough YFC
committee member. Contact Club
Leader Robert McCrory (07851
155868) or Secretary Glyn Surgenor
(07933 508739) for more details.
#BalmoralBash19 sure to be another
great night! Over 18s event.
IN FASHION: Stylish judge Cool FM’s Rebecca McKinney
with Josh Etchells, Molly Simpson and Lucy the Springer
Spaniel launch the ‘Best Dressed Balmoral Style’
competition at the beautiful Newforge House.
ASHION will feature at this
year’s Balmoral Show as the
‘Best Dressed Balmoral Style’
competition takes place on
Saturday, May 18.
Fabulous prizes are on offer for the
most appropriately dressed country
lady and gent, with the overall winners
each receiving a stylish country outfit
provided by title competition sponsor
Dubarry as well as a luxury two night
stay with B&B and one evening meal
provided by Ireland’s Blue Book.
To enter, arrive at the show dressed
to impress in chic country attire and
register at the Downtown Show Stage
between 11am and 1pm on Saturday,
May 18. The final will take place at
3pm and will be hosted by super
stylish judge Cool FM’s Rebecca
Speaking ahead of the competition,
Rebecca commented: ‘‘I’m delighted
to be involved in finding the most
stylish show-goers this year. For
me, it’s an exciting opportunity to
celebrate smart/casual personal
style, with a Balmoral twist. As a
stylist, I’m looking for country chic
with a modern edge – think tweeds,
knee boots, white jeans, trilby hats,
crisp shirts and tailored blazers.
The prize is amazing, so our winner
has to be truly worthy of being the
‘Best in Show’.’’


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