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ALMC Performance Car Show at Bellewstown Racecourse


This historic Racecourse is known for its two multi-day Racing Festivals in July and August, and its location on the Hill of Crockafotha in Co. Meath, is described as “beautifully situated with magnificent views of the Mountains of Mourne to the North and the Irish Sea to the East”. It is a part of the county well-known to ALMC Motor Club, having run several Special Stages Rallies there in the past.


  • 12th May
  • 21st July
  • 25th August

Adults over 18yrs

Back due to popular demand!
Fancy acting like a big kid for a day???
Our summer day camps for adults are back with a bang for 2018!
Get out, get active, meet new people in a fun filled environment finished off with a BBQ and a few drinks.
Activities such as kayaking, coasteering, airsoft target range, archery tag, axe throwing and more!
For over 18's only.
Activities are suitable for any level of fitness,

Suitable for adults, families and children from age 5+

Daily activities:

  • Rock climbing 
  • Abseiling
  • Kayaking
  • Paddle boarding
  • Inflatable water course 
  • Kids morning camp and Afternoon camps – day and full week place available

See wesbite for prices

Suitable from age 12+

U14s must be accompanied by an adult

6th of May @11am

20th May @11am

3rd June @11am

17th June @11am

1st July @11am

29th July @11am

12th August @11am

26th August @11am

9th Sept @11am

23rd Sept @11am

7th Oct @11am

4th Nov at 11am

€35pp

Starting at Trim Castle running from there around the historic Porch Fields and back to the Castle to get into Kayaks, your trip along the river Boyne in the Kayaks brings you past some of Trim’s great history.

The Race Around Ireland is a non-stop cycling event for all level of cyclists, male or female, solo or team.  It leaves Trim Castle and follows a route around the whole of Ireland over 5 days and finishes in Moynalty.

The tradition of summer racing at Bellewstown dates back centuries and the first record of racing here appears in the August edition of the Dublin Gazette and the Weekly Courier in 1726.

Laytown races occupies a unique position in the Irish racing calendar as it is the only racing event run on a beach under the Rules of Racing. As the tide recedes in the morning of race day, the race course is quickly set up allowing for six races of between six furlongs and one mile. The majority of racegoers watch the action from an elevated field above the strand which is set up for the day with temporary marquees which act as the weigh room, the jockeys’ room, bars and restaurants. Access to the beach is restricted while racing is underway.

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