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Enjoy the magic of the Victorian era at field day in Enniskerry - Bray People

It is nearly time to dust the cobwebs off your Victorian costume and experience the magic of the Enniskerry field day.
This year's festival, taking place this coming Sunday, will be held in aid of Lkers and is on at Knocklinn Farm on the Ballyman Road. 
Highlights will include steam engines at work, vinage car and tractor shows, tug of war battles and sheaf pitching.
There will be craft stalls, an artisan market, archery, falconry, horseshoe throwing, traditional children's games and much more.
Prizes for best dressed include Powerscourt Hotel vouchers for an overnight stay and dinner for two guests with breakfast the following day, as well as spa vouchers, Glenview and Shoreline passes.
The Deutz D40 tractor with which Charlie Keegan won the World Ploughing Championships in Vienna will be there thanks to the Keegan family.
The weekend will kick-off with a traditional Victorian Rag Man's Ball on teh night of Friday, September 12, on the field.
East Coast FM will broadcast live from the festival and RTE's Philip Boucher-Hayes will host the event.
'Doggie Village' will include an agility course, grooming salon and expert advice on dog adoption, nutrition, training and a fun dog show.  Lakers sport and recreational club for people with a disability is the charity partner for Enniskerry Victorian Field Day.  The club provides a wide range of sporting, educational and essential support services to its 350 members across Leinster.  Lakers celebrate their 25th anniversary this year.
Admission is €10 per person, €5 for OAP's and kids go free.  There is free parking and the event is wheelchair accessible.
Tickets are on sale now from the website,