- Ashbourne History Walks: Dates announced for the popular tours around town
- The free twice-weekly walks around town will officially start on Saturday, April 30 and then every Thursday and Saturday until September. In addition there will be a one-off Easter walk on Saturday, March 26.
- Ashbourne land to be had for €950000
- Ashbourne has historically been popular for, among many other reasons, its proximity to Dublin and the large number of amenities in the immediate area. According to the 2009 to 2015 Meath County Council development Plan, the lands are zoned under the ...
- Man left with facial injuries after town centre assault
- A man has been left with facial injuries after an assault in Ashbourne on Saturday night. A police spokeswoman said: "We received a call at around 9.40pm on Saturday, about a fight on Dig Street.
- New site to be chosen for Ashbourne's skate park - but who will pay for it?
- In a report handed out to councillors ahead of a meeting of the community and environment committee on Thursday next week, the Ashbourne Recreation Ground site is being pushed forward as the most suitable because of its distance from neighbouring ...
- Rugby: Broom's men still on the march for Ashbourne
- EVERYTHING is boiling up towards Ashbourne Rugby Club's games in hand in the Midlands Two East (North) promotion race. While Mark Broom's men were victorious at the weekend, beating Nottingham Casuals 19-7, the rest of the top four were also ...
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