Ballyboy BBQ (EIMH)
  • Kevlar
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    Ballyboy BBQ (EIMH)

    by Kevlar » Wed Jan 20, 2010 4:33 pm

    Greetings :D ,

    Just to let everybody know, Ballyboy airfield (EIMH) will be having our BBQ on Sunday June 6th 2010 :D ......more details to follow......watch this space......

    Regards, Kev.
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    Re: Ballyboy BBQ (EIMH)

    by hibby » Sun Jun 06, 2010 11:05 pm

    I just want to say thanks to everyone who organised this. This was my first ever fly-in, and it was certainly a memorable one. It was a fabulous event, really well-attended with lots of planes, lots of food and drink, and fantastic aero displays. Brilliant!
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    Re: Ballyboy BBQ (EIMH)

    by Kevlar » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:04 pm

    To all that attended our BBQ at Ballyboy we would like to say a big thank you :D , it was a great day with a fantastic turn out from aircraft from all over the country and some from outside the country.

    Gerry, Eddie, Davy, John K, Twister Duo all deserve a special metion for their fantistic Aero Displays. 8)

    Paul and Francie for the Hog Roast.....Top class :wink:

    It was a pleasure to see some familiar faces and some new ones, please feel free to call in again.

    If anyone has any photo's please post them up or PM me.

    Regards, Kev.
    Regards, Kevlar
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    Re: Ballyboy BBQ (EIMH)

    by GoGoGadgetGoAround » Tue Jun 08, 2010 7:48 pm

    Many thanks to all at Ballyboy, a big effort was put in with the Hog Roast etc and all attending were made very welcome.

    Cheers,

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