Why Sponsor Jalex Fest 2019?

Putting on the Jalex Fest is a massive undertaking and it costs money. To ensure as much money from the ticket sales, raffle and auction goes to charity, we need sponsorship.

See the available sponsorship packages below.

Pledge £100

Pledge £100

Receive 2 tickets and 2 limited edition Jalex Fest T-shirts.

Pledge £1,500

Pledge £1,500

1 backer

You get your company name at the bottom of all posters and on the tickets, on every page on the website, as well as a banner placed in a prominent location at the Jalex Fest. Plus you get 10 free tickets.

Storm Xccessories

Our headline sponsor is confirmed as Storm Xccessories

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Accommodation

There are a number of accommodation options available in the area:

White River Hotel

Address: 20-22 Main St, Toomebridge, Antrim BT41 3TQ

Phone:028 7965 0800

The Black Bull 

Address: 13 Main St, Randalstown, Antrim BT41 3AB

Phone:028 9447 9753

Truffles Restaurant and Guesthouse

Address: 9 New St, Randalstown, Antrim BT41 3AF

Phone:028 9447 8152

The Terrace Hotel

Address: Church St, Magherafelt, Derry BT45 6AW

Phone:028 7963 4040

Dunsilly Hotel

Address: 20 Dunsilly Rd, Antrim BT41 2JH
Phone:028 9446 2929

 

Find Us

Jalex Fest is hosted by Nelson Alexander Tractors which is located at 88 Gloverstown Road, off the A6 mid-way between Toome and Randalstown in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The A6 is part of the main route from Belfast to the North West.

 
Visitors from Coleraine, Ballymoney and Ballymena should take the A26 south and join the M22 motorway (towards Randalstown and Toome) and travel to the end of the M22, which links to the A6. Gloverstown Road turns off the A6 to the right approximately 1 mile from the end of the motorway – and about 300 metres after a distinctive tall red brick chimney on the same side of the road.

Visitors from Belfast should travel along the M2 and M22 (then follow instructions above).

Visitors from South Down – Banbridge and Newry – or those coming from the Republic of Ireland via the M1 (Dublin-Dundalk) – may choose to travel either via the A1 to Belfast or avoid the city by joining the M1 at Sprucefield and taking the A26 from the Moira junction of the motorway (Junction 9).

Visitors from Lurgan and Portadown should travel via the M1 Motorway and take the A26 north from the Moira roundabout.

Visitors from from Armagh, Dungannon, Enniskillen and Omagh – should travel to Toome via Cookstown (A29/A31). Gloverstown Road is off the A6 (to the left) 4 1/2 miles outside Toome, going towards Randalstown (330 metres past the Jet filling station). The road is marked by a church sign.

Visitors from the West of Ireland will choose the most direct route to Toome via Cookstown – either through Enniskillen-Omagh or through Monaghan, Armagh and Dungannon.

Visitors from the Northwest – Donegal, Londonderry, Limavady, etc., should travel via the A6 to Toome.

 

Parking

There is plenty of parking available for cars and buses.  If you are organising a bus please drop us a line to let us know so we can allocate sufficent  space.

Headline Sponsor – Storm Xccessories Ltd

Storm Xcessories

Storm Xccessories

Creagh Concrete

SMC Construction