Monthly Archives: August 2019
King John's Castle Festival
‘King John's Castle Festival’ has rapidly become a highlight end of summer festival incorporating a free festival of music, arts, crafts, sport, Irish language, workshops, storytelling and dramatic performances incorporating the mythical story of the Salmon of Knowledge.
Set to the magnificent backdrop of St. John's Castle, Trim, Co. Meath, the festival is a family event open to all age groups and abilities. Trim is steeped in history with St. John's Castle being the finest example in Ireland of a Norman Castle dating back to the 12th century, the Yellow Steeple across the iconic River Boyne, Newtown Abbey and much more to
The Road to Sam - Choose Your County Colours!
The road to the Sam Maguire is fast coming to a close with the finals drawing nearer and the clock to tip off daunting.
It's the Boys in Blue verses the Kingdom.
Two great teams will make their way to Croke Park and give what is sure to be an exciting game come September 1st.
With the likes of Stephan Cluxton and James McCarthy leading the Dubs we're sure to see some amazing game plays. Yet Kerry man David Clifford won't be making things so easy sticking close to their heels.