This is our 2017 poster. The 2018 poster will be here soon.
2017 Demolition Derby rules and entry forms
If you’d like to be in the derby, please download the entry form for your vehicle’s class below. Senior Smash and Powder Puff are new classes.
All drivers must have a valid Drivers Licence and be at least 17 years old
|Adult 2 day pass||$10.00|
|12 and under||FREE|
The most popular events at each fair are the demolition derbies. These were sponsored for a long time by the Horsepower Unlimited Car Club from Simcoe but are now sponsored by the Vittoria & St. Williams Fire Department Auxiliaries. 2018 will be 45th consecutive year of demolition derbies. They will be using many volunteers that are familiar with derbies.
Please support our 2017 Sponsors who help finance the trophies and prize money
GAILS AUTO AFTERMARKET —- PARK ROAD AUTOMOTIVE
LUDWIG TRANSPORT —- NAPA AUTO PARTS SIMCOE
AFFORDABLE PORTABLES —- SCOTTLYNN GROUP
NORFOLK DISPOSAL —- BRIAN GENERAL
CARQUEST —- COOKS SHEET METAL
HAYWOOD AUTOMOTIVE —- REGIONAL AUTO GLASS
PARTNER AUTOMOTIVE DELHI —- RST PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
ADCOCK MOTORS —– DELHI TAXI
SMOUT OUT LOUD —- KRAUSHAAR MACHINE SERV
SOS TOWING —- SIMCOE TOYOTA
NORTHVIEW GREEN HOUSES —- QUEENSWAY GARAGE
W.E. SAUNDERS —- SIMCOE STARTER
STARK’S GOLF COURSE —- PRESTIGE PLUMBING
ESXPERT AUTO —- MOBILE WASH SANDBLASTING
ITS USED JACK —– CIDER KEG
CHERWATYS SERV STN. —– AD MASONARY
SANDI AND IRENE DECARLOIS —— VITTORIA FIRE FIGHTERS
ST WILLIAMS FIREFIGHTERS —– H2O TO GO
We thank the past car club volunteers for their help. Additional events are the parade, baby show, school tug-of-war, car show, kids competitions.
The 2017 Demolition Derby rules and entry forms are at top of this page
Note: Winner is no longer eligible for the Norfolk County Fair Demolition Derby.
About Donnybrook Fair
The Donnybrook Fair in Walsh, Ontario is an annual two day event, held at 1258 Turkey Point Rd. The fair has been held every year from 1857 until the present, making September 22 -23, 2018 the 161st Fair. This September event involves the children of Walsh Public School, St. Michael’s School, and other neighboring schools as well as the home schooled.
Children enter their arts, crafts and locally grown agricultural commodities to compete for prize money and ribbons. $1,500.00 was paid to elementary school aged children in 2016.
The fair has grown every year with the help of many volunteers. Fund raising events are held all year to finance the fair. These events include a food booth, and numerous raffles. We also own a commercial stage which is rented out to local events.
Don’t forget our mobile food booth, built by our volunteers. Enjoy our food at the fairs and other events.
Throughout the year, the fairgrounds and the Walsh Hall are frequently used for weddings, funerals, Country music jamborees, Zumba classes and meetings. The name “Donnybrook Fair” comes from an early settler of Walsh, who said the fair reminded him of an annual horse fair in Donnybrook, Dublin.