13 Boyne Valley Tourism Businesses join forces to promote their offering of family fun, activities and adventure to attract visitors.
The Countdown to the ALMC Motor Club Stages Rally on the weekend of the 4/5th of July continued on Wednesday 10th June, when the Rally Launch took place at the Rally HQ, the Castle Arch Hotel in Trim, Co. Meath.
The countdown to The Irish Maritime Festival is well and truly on. The ships have set sail from their respective home ports and are fast approaching Drogheda for the Festival from 19-21st June.
In association with Maxol, The Irish Maritime Festival is one of the largest festivals in the North East and attracts visitors from Dublin, Belfast and all across the country. Situated in the historic port of Drogheda, the event is staged by Louth County Council and Drogheda Port Company.
ALMC Motor Club is delighted to announce that the Official Launch of the ALMC Motor Club Stages Rally will take place on Wednesday 10th June, at the Rally Headquarters, the Castle Arch Hotel in Trim, Co. Meath, at 8 p.m.
Some 385,000 Americans will tune in to a series of five travel features all about Ireland later this year, on the popular TV show Out of Ireland, which airs on the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS – the public TV network) across the US.
Tourism Ireland is sponsoring the series of travel features and invited the crew from Out of Ireland to come and film in Meath and our newest visitor experience, Ireland’s Ancient East. Their itinerary was designed by Fáilte Ireland.
The conclusion of an agreement between the Government and the International Airlines Group (IAG) on the sale of the State’s share in Aer Lingus represents a major boost for tourism from North America. It has the capacity to significantly increase both visitor numbers and revenue from one of Ireland’s most important tourism markets, according to Tourism Ireland.
High Nelly bike rides, flax harvesting and linen making, blacksmithing demonstrations, bread making competitions, copper mine tours and boat trips on the Boyne, these are just some of the events that have already been registered for this year’s National Heritage Week which this year shines a light on Ireland’s industrial and design heritage.
We would like to hear your views on the future of Girley Bog, Co. Meath
The Irish Peatland Conservation Council in liaison with its partners in the Girley Bog Meitheal which includes the Native Woodland Trust, Causey Farm Experience, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Coillte, Denyer Ecology, Queen’s University Belfast, Meath Ecotours, Meath County Council and members of the local community is seeking your views on the future of Girley Bog.
Today, Thursday, 19th February 2015, Raymond Coyle founder of Tayto Park, Ashbourne announced the name of it's highly anticipated wooden rollercoaster which is due to launch in Summer 2015. With a strong focus on mythological Irish history, Coyle said today "Our rollercoaster has been named after one of the great eternal heros of Irish history, Cú Chulainn. We're delighted to announce that it will be called "The Cú Chulainn Coaster".