"Welcome to the jewel in the crown of Ireland's Ancient East - the Boyne Valley.
"Locations from Game of Thrones, a leprechaun site and towns beginning with “Bally” are among the quintessential Irish attractions featured in the latest Lonely Planet guide to the country." - https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/game-of-thrones-and-bubble-domes-in-new-irish-travel-guide-0lv78p72f
"The valley surrounding the Boyne River is easily one of the most history-laden pieces of land on an island replete with historic sites." - https://www.irishcentral.com/travel/best-of-ireland/discover-the-beauty-of-the-boyne-valley
"Fáilte Ireland has kicked off a domestic spring advertising campaign for Ireland's Ancient East, highlighting the region as an ideal location to take a short break." - https://www.fft.ie/failte-ireland-releases-spring-ancient-east-campaign/21273
"The route takes in Bru Na Boinne, Trim Castle, Slane Castle, Monasterboice, Mellifont Abbey and more. It’s a great drive if you want to get a blast of Ireland’s ancient past." - https://www.joe.ie/motors/9-amazing-irish-drives-614365
"Designed by Killian Walsh of Grandson Design in Jocelyn Street, Dundalk, the new map features a drawing of the village with a guide to many of its key features and attractions." - https://talkofthetown.ie/new-tourist-guide-walk-map-released-blackrock/
"If you’re looking for a gorgeous stroll, somewhere to take the kids on a Sunday, or have an interest in local history, Trim Castle and it’s grounds are well worth a visit." - http://www.thetullytales.com/a-walk-around-trim-castle-exploring-meath/
An important and popular part of membership of the Discover Boyne Valley network is the familiarisation or 'fam' trip, where a number of sights and attractions within the Boyne Valley are visited. This is a chance of members to meet each other and visit parts of the Boyne Valley that they might not have experienced before, or hadn't visited for a number of years.
His Excellency, Dr. Yue Xiaoyong, Chinese Ambassador to Ireland, was the guest of honour last week at an “Illuminating Meath” EU-China event, hosted by Meath County Council as part of the 2018 EU-China Tourism Year.