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GREAT NEWS FOR THE LOCAL HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY.

A north American website with a monthly attraction of 2 million visitors. They recently had something to say about the Boyne Valley.

With its launch in December 2013, Richard Marsh’s book is titled Meath Folk Tales, tis a great read.

Buy it here

In 2015 Dig it Kids will be holding summer camps in Trim. The camps include a visit to Trim Castle and to the live dig at the Blackfriary Community Archaeology Project.

Digitkids.ie

Richard Marsh

Ever wondered what it might be like to have roamed around the grounds of Trim Castle centuries ago ?

GREAT NEWS FOR THE LOCAL HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY.

Whether you are a Hotel, Guesthouse or Hostel owner, you can avail of a very stylish section on our website.

Read about this years Pageant in our Blog

Cois Tine night of ''craic agus ceoil" | blog entry


Scurlogstown Park takes first place in 'Pride of Place' | blog entry


Viking Burials In Scurlogstown

NEWS

THMF Trim Hay Making FestivalRead More HereWelcome to our website

Our Haymaking Festival is a fun filled day out for all the family. It is a participation event promoting the cultural history of rural Ireland through music, song, dance, games, pastimes & work methods.

Scurlogstown Olympiad
Friends form far, friends from home.
  

The High Nellie Cycle Tour

Departing from Jack Quinn’s public house Scurlogstown On Sat the 30th of May 2015. Meeting time 6:PM | Admission €5

THMF TRIM HAY MAKING FESTIVAL

entrance at the Porchfield 12:PM On Sun 21st June 2015

Admission €10

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