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The college were again delighted to be able to host THE IRISH JAGUAR AND DAIMLER CLUB.

The Club organises and runs the Irish Classic and Vintage Motor Show in the College, which has grown over more than 20 years to be the biggest Classic and Vintage Car Show in Ireland and attracted a record 1,379 cars and over 9,000 visitors in 2013.

The 23rd Irish Classic & Vintage Motor Show, Ireland's largest classic car show which was held in Terenure College, Dublin, on Sunday July 6th 2014.

Terenure Car Show
Charities to be supported this year are The National Maternity Hospital Foundation and The Migraine Association of Ireland and the Show was again supported by AXA Insurance represented by their AXA Concours classic car insurance team.

Highlights of this year's show were the late Colin McRae's Championship Winning Subaru Impreza WRC, a 1931 Jaguar SS 1 Tourer and a large display of Riley cars.

One Marque Car Clubs attending represent Jaguar, Ford, Triumph, Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Porsche, Volkswagen, Mercedes, MG, BMW, Subaru, Lancia, DKW and Citroen. Also on display will be selected Commercial and Military Vehicles, Kit and Custom Cars, Sports and Super Cars.

As well as cars there were also be autojumble and trade stands, refreshments, children's entertainment and free car parking within the grounds.

There was entertainment at the centre arena throughout the day; music by Paddy Cole, Sunshine 106.8FM and Dublin South FM; and prizes will be awarded to the best cars at 4pm. Breakfast will be available in the grounds from 8am onwards and a range of food was available during the day.

To learn more about how the show is supporting the NMH Foundation please read about they are Fund Raising for a NeoNatal MRI Scanner



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Leaving Certificate Results 2014

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