Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann 2018

Fáilte Ireland in association with Boyne Valley Tourism and the Fleadh Executive Committee have organised free training sessions for anyone who may come into contact with visitors to the area during the Fleadh such as local tourism businesses, retail assistants, petrol station attendants, taxis drivers, bus drivers etc. The aim is to prepare them to … Continued

2018 New Council Mortgage Scheme

Independent.ie Business Desk  – January 22 2018 7:59 AM Today the Government will unveil plans to enable local authority’s to provide mortgages to first-time buyers, but just who is entitled to apply and how much will be available? Who is entitled to apply for the local authority mortgages? First-time buyers that have had two insufficient offers … Continued

Drogheda Traditional Music Weekend 24th – 26th November 2017

Drogheda Traditional Music Weekend –  a taste of what’s to come at Fleadh http://bit.ly/2zw4oyf Thursday 23rd November 2017 9.00pm – WORKSHOPS AND TALKS, SET DANCING CLASSES – The Morning Star, Tullyallen Friday 24th November 2017 10.30am – MOXIE – Droichead Arts Centre 1.00pm – KERN – Gary Kelly Centre 6.00pm – INFORMAL MUSIC AND SINGING SESSIONS – … Continued

Public Meeting regarding the Boyneside Trail

As published by Drogheda Life, the Boyneside Trail is an ambitious project to build a 17 km cycleway route from the Maiden Tower at Mornington the Bru na Boinne Interpretation Centre.  There will be a public meeting on Wed 11 October 7:30pm in the Westcourt Hotel, Drogheda to update everyone on the progress to date, … Continued

What happens when you are buying a house?

A GUIDE TO BUYING – an easy to follow guide outlining the steps in this process… A lot of people are not quite sure of the process when buying a house – whether you are first time buyer or it has been a while since the last time you purchasing a property. This guide produced … Continued

What happens when St Laurence’s Gate closes…

As of Friday 18th August 2017 St Laurences Gate will be closed to traffic…. This will mean that from Friday access to the Chord Road from Laurence Street will now be from Scarlet Street and either Oulsters Lane, Sandyford Terrace or Thomas Street.  The traffic on Francis Street will now flow north with access to the Laurence’s … Continued