"Andy and I were heading to an area of mixed golfing heritage, a little bit of old and a bit of new as well. Nothing new about the area as a whole, we were set for County Meath and The Boyne Valley, better known in these parts as ‘Ireland’s Ancient Capital.’" - https://midlandsgolfer.co.uk/ireland-2019/
Tough Mudder at Loughcrew, Co. Meath featured as one of Ireland’s fittest holiday breaks - https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/lifestyle/features/10-of-irelands-fittest-holiday-breaks-929717.html
"In its 69th year, the festival is taking place in Drogheda from August 10 to August 18 and every piece of the town will be devoted to dazzling sessions, captivating céilís and lots of craic." - https://www.her.ie/life/droghedas-fleadh-cheoil-towns-amazing-surroundings-much-offer-465267
"Púca was launched by the Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin. The festival will be centered around Ireland’s Ancient East, and has been developed in partnership with Meath and Louth County Councils." - https://www.fft.ie/halloween-festival-launches-by-minister-griffin/26824
"The largest wooden rollercoaster of its kind in Europe is just one of the reasons to get yourself to Co Meath" - https://www.belfastlive.co.uk/whats-on/family-kids-news/getting-tayto-park-must-your-16314826
With 120,000 visitors over the June Bank Holiday weekend, it was a great opportunity to showcase the Boyne Valley to potential holidaymakers to our region.
An exciting and interactive new exhibition on the Story of Kells was opened on May 30th by Brendan Griffin, TD, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport with a ceremonial cutting of the ribbon. The new permanent tourism exhibition, developed with a Fáilte Ireland investment of €125,000 and matchfunded by Meath County Council, has created a state of the art tourism exhibition. Meath County Council has invested in restoring the Kells Courthouse building to the highest standard and yesterday marked the official re-opening as a new
Púca is the name of Fáilte Ireland’s exciting new festival that aims to position Ireland internationally as the home of Halloween. The Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin, has announced the name of the festival, which will take place this year in Ireland’s Ancient East, and has been developed in partnership with Meath and Louth County Councils.
"Our reporter Stuart Oates has been sofa surfing across the continent, staying with locals to find out what's important to them. In this instalment, he's in Ireland." - https://www.euronews.com/2019/04/24/european-sleepovers-beer-bread-and-braving-the-waves-in-ireland