Hilary Lenahan and Aoife Hickey from the Celia Holman-Lee agency at the launch of last year's Ploughing Championships Picture: Jeff Harvey
WE are donning our wellies at the Limerick Leader to head to the 2017 National Ploughing Championships which are taking place in Screggan, Co Offaly from tomorrow, Tuesday, until Thursday of this week.
This year, over 300,000 people are expected at the event and you can keep up to date with all the latest goings on from the Championships on our special dedicated page on www.limerickleader.ie.
We would love to hear from local competitors, exhibitors or performers taking part in the annual extravaganza over the next three days.
Let us know where you will be and we will try to catch up with you. Message us on Facebook or Twitter or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are attending this year’s championships, send us a photo via Facebook or Twitter and we’ll include you in our Ploughing Photo Gallery – use the hashtag #LimerickPloughing.
According to Met Eireann, the weather at this year’s Ploughing Championships will be unsettled. Tomorrow, Tuesday, is set to be dry in the morning with rain and drizzle coming through in the afternoon.
By Wednesday it will become breezy, dull and damp to begin with on Wednesday. There will be outbreaks of rain – heavy and persistent in some places – with a risk of spot flooding.
The final day Thursday will see a bright, fresh day with sunny spells and passing showers.
For more Ploughing news, stay with the Limerick Leader.