THE main two days of Lammas Fair on Monday and Tuesday are expected to once again see tens of thousands of people flock to Ballycastle.
The traditional end-of-summer extravaganza of dulse and ‘Yellowman’ is always a popular outing.
The celebration is the oldest of its kind in Ireland, and has provided a meeting point for people since the 17th century.
The Fair’s agricultural charm remains to the fore and the heavy horse parade and vintage tractor display took place on Saturday.
A fireworks display is due to be held on Sunday evening at 9.45pm and an outdoor concert in The Diamond from 10pm.
All motorists travelling to Ballycastle to attend the Ould Lammas Fair are asked to follow event-specific directional signage.
A park and ride facility will operate on Monday and Tuesday (August 26th and 27th) from McQuillan’s GAA ground on Whitepark Road from 10am.
All buses are fully wheelchair accessible and the service will run every 20 minutes at a cost of £5.
The bus service will drop visitors off on the Coleraine Road near the junction with Castle Street and the Leyland Road.
Limited disabled car parking can be found at Market Street and the seafront.
For those travelling on public transport, there will be an enhanced Translink Ulsterbus Service to Ballycastle – for more details go to www.translink.co.uk or phone the Translink Contact Centre in 028 9066 6630.