Cloone Show Takes Place Bank Holiday Monday August 1st 2016

On August Bank Holiday Monday Cloone's Annual Agricultural Show will take place in the Show Grounds on the Ballinamore road. Since its inception in 1988 Cloone show has grown to become one of the premier agriculture shows in the west of Ireland.

With its huge variety of classes and attractions there is sure to be something for everyone at this years show. At Cloone Show you will see rural Ireland showcased in the most traditional way in the picturesque surroundings of Co. Leitrim.


2016 Show Schedule and Application Form Now Available

 (06/Jul/2016)
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Cloone Show 2014

 (16/Jul/2014)
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