Located just one hour and 15 minutes from Dublin, Castlepollard is a historic and bustling town, flanked by unspoilt Irish countryside yet with all the connections needed to make it a desirable place to live and to work.
This website has been commissioned by Castlepollard Local Development - in conjunction with Westmeath County Council and Westmeath Community Development - to promote our local community & economy, celebrate our heritage and to share our vision for the future.Contact Us
Look up information on local shops & services in our business directory.Read More
Discover opportunities to meet and share your interests or to enjoy local sports.Read More
Find out what's happening around town.Read More
Use Castlepollard as a base to explore all that North Westmeath has to offer.Read More
To date, in partnership with Westmeath County Council and other agencies, we have secured in excess of €4.5m for investment in local projects.
Our voluntary group includes representatives from local businesses and community organisations, all of whom live in the town.Read More
We secured installation of an ATM when our local bank closed. Future plans include a digital hub, commuity spaces, a town park and more.Read More
Castlepollard will be a socially inclusive town with a strong community and entrepreneurial spirit. With a rich and unique heritage, we will be a beacon for responsible and innovative rural tourism. The village will be a vibrant hub, based around an attractive centre that is alive with activity and that caters for all members of its community.
We are pleased to share details of local meetings and events, plus a selection of the many unique and interesting places you can explore when you choose Castlepollard as your home away from home.
Castlepollard Local Development has been part funded by Westmeath Local Community Development Committee, Department of Rural and Community Development under the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas, and EU Recovery Instrument Funding under Rural Development (LEADER) Programme 2014-2022.