Even the oldest Rolls in Headford had to suffer the rain to help bring a smile to the crowds, who lined up for hours to see the SDVC vehicles in all their glory…. Share
The Headford parade from John McHugh’s Youtube channel John commented “The weather was cruel but that didn’t dampen the spirits of the people of Headford and surrounding areas who turned out in larger numbers to view this years parade. Congratulations to all those who organised the parade, to all those who took part in the
Neil’s survey results. Over the past 4 months, I have had feedback to a survey I sent out, “What do you want the club to do for you in the future”? I got 12 responses from the members, the results are available to members when logged into this site , username and passwords are
The Shrule vintage autojumble this year was well attended and luckily the rain stayed away. Club members gathered on Saturday to prepare the town for the large number of visitors attending. Many thanks to all the traders in attendance including the youngest vintage enthusiast of the day Shrule and District Vintage Club wish to thank
Welcome to Shrule and District Vintage Club’s new website. The Shrule & District Vintage Club was set up 2008 by a group of vintage enthusiasts. The club is based on the Galway/Mayo border and currently has more than 50 members throughout the country. Our member interests include vintage Tractors, Trucks, Cars, Machinery & Stationary Engines.