Ballymore

Ballymore

About The Area Ballymore Ballymore (Irish: An Baile Mór, meaning “big town”) is a village situated at the very heart of Ireland. History Ballymore (Irish: An Baile Mór, meaning “big town”) is a village situated at the very heart of Ireland. An abbey is said to have...
Castlepollard

Castlepollard

About The Area Castlepollard Castlepollard The name Castlepollard comes from the name of a castle or fortified manor built by the Army captain Nicholas Pollard in the early 17th century. The village’s official Irish name is Baile na gCros meaning “town of the cross”....
Delvin

Delvin

About The Area Delvin Delvin (Irish: Dealbhna or Dealbhna Mhór) is a town located on the N52 at a junction with the N51 Navan road. The town is 20 km from Mullingar along the N52. The word Delvin comes from Delbhna. Amenities/Facilities The 18-hole Delvin Castle Golf...
Kilbeggan

Kilbeggan

About The Area Kilbeggan Kilbeggan Kilbeggan means “Church of Beccan” named after St Beccan who founded a monastery in C6. History The historic town of Kilbeggan or CillBeagain is first mentioned in the Annals of Loch Ce in 1196. The Lambart family set up a market in...
Killucan

Killucan

About The Area Killucan Killucan The village of Killucan (Irish: Cill Lucaine, Church of Lucan) is situated in the gentle, rolling countryside in the east of the County. Killucan is on the R156 about 15 km (9.3 mi) from Mullingar and 60 km (37 mi) from Dublin. History...
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