Laytown

Sonairte – the National Ecology Centre Visitor Eco Centre and Gardens

Sonairte [pronounced SON-ART-A] is an interactive visitor centre promoting ecological awareness and sustainable living. The name Sonairte is derived from a middle Irish word meaning “positive strength”. It is situated in a farm complex of noteworthy historical interest on the banks of the River Nanny near Laytown (Co. Meath).

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The Ninch, Laytown, Co. Meath,  A92 D9XH

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Sonairte Cafe

The Sonairte Café offers a delicious range of vegetarian and vegan meals and treats in the beautiful surrounds of Sonairte Eco Centre and Gardens. Our food is good for people and the planet and where possible uses certified organic seasonal vegetables and fruit grown in the Sonairte garden.

 

041 982 7572
hello@sonairte.ie

The Ninch, Laytown, Co. Meath,  A92 D9XH

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Laytown Races

The Laytown Races occupy a unique position in the Irish racing calendar, as Ireland’s only horse racing event run on a beach under the Rules of Racing.

The Flat racing event takes place once a year, every September, on the County Meath strand, on a straight, almost level course. Races are confined to six and seven furlong distances.

The committee led by current Chairman Joe Collins, oversees the organisation of the yearly race meeting alongside manager Kevin Coleman.

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Laytown, Co. Meath

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