Portadown Farmer, Kenny Gilpin and his wife, Mary, have opened their fields of 170,000 sunflowers to the public

All proceeds from the event will go to the First Portadown Presbyterian Church Building Fund

Tuesday, 11th August 2020, 4:58 pm
Portadown Farmer, Kenny Gilpin and his wife, Mary, have opened their fields of 170,000 sunflowers to the public. All proceeds from the event will go to the First Portadown Presbyterian Church Building Fund. The flowers cn be found at 14 Derryall Road, Portadown. INPT33-209.

The flowers cn be found at 14 Derryall Road, Portadown.

Pictures by Tony Hendron

Posing at the massive field of sunflowers at Kenny Gilpin's Farm, Derryall Road, Portadown, are sisters, Hazel Busby, left, and Cherith White. INPT33-208.
Portadown Farmer, Kenny Gilpin and his wife, Mary, have opened their fields of 170,000 sunflowers to the public. All proceeds from the event will go to the First Portadown Presbyterian Church Building Fund. The flowers cn be found at 14 Derryall Road, Portadown. INPT33-207.
Lost in the field of Sunflowers at Kenny Gilpin's Farm, Derryall Road, Portadown, are Sarah Gracey and her kids, Benjamin (1) and Mylah(3). INPT33-206.
Susan Abraham, left, and Elizabeth Matthews from Lurgan pictured at the sunflower field in Portadown on Thursday afternoon. INPT33-205.
Maisie Willis (7) and little sister Amelia (5) pictured with Alicia Dickson in the sunflower field at Derryall Road, Portadown. INPT33-203.
Maisie Willis (7) and little sister Amelia (5) pictured in the sunflower field at Derryall Road, Portadown. INPT33-202.
Lost amongst some of the 170,000 sunflowers at the Gilpin Farm, Derryall Road. INPT33-201.
All smiles during their trip to the sunflower fields at Derryall Road last Thursday. INPT33-200.