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Ballymaloe Announces May Fair Festival

By Dave Simpson

Ballymaloe Grainstore has announced its May Fair Festival, supported by Ireland's Classic Hits Radio, which will take place from 20-22 May.

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The focus will be on celebrating the best of Irish producers across food, fashion, home and garden, with a host of events and activities planned for both children and adults.

The fair will run from 5pm Friday 20 May, Saturday from 10am until late and 10am to 5pm on Sunday 22 May, and it will feature workshops, live cooking demonstrations, garden tours, walled garden fitness classes and over 100 stalls containing food, homeware and vintage fashion for adults and kids.

Statement By Bree Allen

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Organiser Bree Allen stated, "We were keen to host a summer fair this year to promote the wealth of talented producers we have in Ireland across so many different industries.

"At May Fair we'll specifically be hosting events and activities which will celebrate good food, fashion, home and garden, which very much ties in with our ethos here at Ballymaloe. We love being able to provide smaller businesses the platform to introduce themselves to people and their products on a larger scale.

"In addition to this, the festival ties in with our sustainability policies and we ensure no single use plastic is used in any products or packaging at the festival.

"While this is a family friendly event and there will be activities for children, there will be adult activities across the whole weekend. We have some excellent workshops taking place across the weekend such as brass wreath making and even how to make your own wooden butter knife.

"We're really proud of the outdoor and wellness offering we have this year, and in the walled garden we've got a fitness area where there’s a fantastic line up of classes, from mindfulness workshops to strength training classes, yoga and pilates, there is something that will cater to every interest.

"We're delighted to be able to host this festival with a comprehensive offering of events and activities this year and we look forward to meeting everyone there."

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