2015 County Louth Agricultural Show – Sunday, 14th June 2015 at Bellurgan Park
Welcome to the 2015 County Louth Agricultural Show run by Dundalk Show Society. The show will take place on Sunday, 14th June 2015 at Bellurgan Park, Carlingford Road, Dundalk.
The County Louth Agricultural Show aims to showcase agricultural practices for all ages, bringing together rural and urban life.
The Co. Louth Agricultural Show has a mission, “To be a Shop Window for what is produced locally, explaining the process from farm to fork, highlighting best agricultural practice and adherence to quality production”. Shows like the Co. Louth Agricultural Show also help to preserve traditions handed down through generations which otherwise could be forgotten.
This is Co Louth Agricultural Show’s 3rd year at the Bellurgan Park venue which promises to be an even further success as that of last year.
This will be the 126th year of the Show formerly known as Dundalk Show. The 2015 show preparation is currently underway, with the committee promising it to be even better than previous years. The website will be constantly updated with latest news, competition information and entertainment line up.
Further Details can be found on our website: www.colouthagriculturalshow.com
Join us at the Carrickdale Hotel & Spa for an evening of music with Susan Mc Cann and Friends on Friday 15th May.
Tickets available at hotel reception & overnight packages available.
Contact hotel reception for more details on 042 9380900 or email email@example.com
The annual car boot sale organised by the Parents’ Council of The Marist College is the biggest car boot sale of the year in Dundalk.
This year’s event takes place on Sunday May 17 and, as usual, will be a mecca for bargain hunters and a Godsend for those doing clearing their attic or garage. There will be lots of stalls selling books, bric a brac, plants, etc as well as teas and coffees and a raffle. Admission for cars €15, vans and jeeps €20, adults €2 , children free.
Nineteen-year-old Jenny Hanlon from Cooley couldn’t believe her ears when the judges announced that she had won the final of the 2015 Louth Rose competition.
Winning the competition is a dream come true for the student, who says that she always wanted to be a Rose.
Jenny wooed the judges and audience with her down to earth personality and fine singing voice.
‘I’m delighted now that I entered and look forward to representing Louth in the Regional Finals in Portlaoise over the June Bank Holiday weekend.’
The first thing Jenny did after receiving her crown from last year’s Louth Rose Ciara Sorahan was to phone
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Join us at the Carrickdale Hotel & Spa on Sunday 3rd May for an evening with the hilarious Pat Shortt. Tickets available soon at hotel reception. Contact 042 9380900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday 10th May at 7:30 pm in the Redemptorist Church Dundalk, Setanta Choir will join the members of St. Joseph’s Senior Choir for a evening of choral and organ music to raise funds for the restoration of the church organ.
The organ of St. Joseph’s was constructed over 120 years ago and although it has had many major overhauls over the years, most recently 40 years ago, it is now again the time for another restoration.
This concert of the combined voices of these 2 very experienced choirs will be an opportunity to hear choral music at its best. The main work on the
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“RAPE CRISIS NORTH EAST, are holding a car boot sale at Mc Evoy’s car park, Batchelor’s Walk, Dundalk on Sunday 26th April from 11.00am to 4.00pm .
Admission for buyers is €2.00 per person, free entry for children attending with parents. Sellers with their cars can set-up from 10.30am at a fee of €10.00 per car and €15.00 per van.
Please come along and support us. Many Thanks.”
Sunday 5th of March 2015 – Dundalk 10K organisers are pleased to announce their new and improved race route for their 2015 event. The new route will take participants from the DKIT Campus, through the picturesque village of Blackrock and along the rustic beauty of Dundalk Bay before returning back to the finish line where runners can enjoy complimentary refreshments.
The alteration from previous routes has piqued the interest of 2014 race winner Darragh Green who believes that “The 2015 race just got a lot more interesting” and feels “excited about entering and retaining the winner’s position”.
The event, which is open to participants of
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GET fit for the Women’s Mini Marathon by meeting up for training every Monday and Wednesday evening at the bus stop on the Dublin Road at Tescos Extra at 7pm nightly.
Contact Joan Brady if you are interested in booking a seat on the bus to the June 1 event on 087 2665736.
Tickets on sale at An Tain Box Office – Tel 042 9332332. €12 (€10 children and concessions). €40 Family (2+2).
Tickets on sale at An Tain Box Office – Tel 042 9332332.
€12 (€10 children and concessions). €40 Family (2+2).