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CASTLEPOLLARD

COMMUNITY | HERITAGE | ENTERPRISE

Castlepollard is a historic and bustling town and the Key Service Town in North Westmeath.  

This website has been commissioned by the Local Development Group - in conjunction with Westmeath County Council - to promote our local community & economy, celebrate our heritage and plan our future.

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2021 Parade Cancelled

The Castlepollard St Patrick's Day Parade Committee regret to announce that there will be no parade in 2021.
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Dark Skies - Our 2019 Parade

The Parade Committee has provided some photos of ominous skies before the 2019 North Westmeath St Patrick’s Day Parade in Castlepollard.
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Merry Christmas

We would like to wish our community, our friends and followers from near and far, all the very best for the most unusual of Christmases!
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Diary

We are happy to share details of meetings and events that will be of interest to our local community, here on our website. 

Click here to view our current event listing, or here to submit information about an event you are planning or supporting. Please try to give us as much notice as possible so that we can help get the word out.

There is nothing in the diary at the moment. Please come back soon.

OUR VISION

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.   

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The Cathaoirleach Awards honour people and groups who have given special service to their communities in County Westmeath.Join us live for the rescheduled 2020 Awards at 7pm on Friday 11 June at www.youtube.com/watch?v=sF2QPlJC4P0Read more www.westmeathcoco.ie/en/ourservices/yourcouncil/councilnews/2020cathaoirleachawardslivevirtualeve...#YourCouncil #WCCAwards2020Westmeath Community DevelopmentWestmeath LibrariesLocal Enterprise Office WestmeathWestmeath SportMullingar.ieathlone.ie ... See MoreSee Less
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SO! Guess what??? Joy gets to have a chat about all things hair on 2FM on Monday morning at 10.40am with the stunning Jennifer Zamparelli on The Mullet Mix!!!! I am beyond excited!!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Sarita Nolan with the Minister for the OPW Patrick O Donovan & local Minister Damien English with Cllr Frank McDermott. This was taken on the eve of the announcement that the OPW would waive their fees in tourism sites like nearby Trim Castle to support Tourism and businesses that rely on it. At Ned's Forge - ... See MoreSee Less
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Are you involved with Westmeath Tourism?Online Meeting for Tourism on Friday 21st May 2021 at 7pm. Inviting all stakeholders within Meath West, North Westmeath & East Cavan to get in touch and join the discussion on our tourist industry. Tourism Ireland Failte Ireland Trim - Tourism Network Meath Business & Tourism Awards North Westmeath Creative Tourism Oldcastle Tourism Group Discover Boyne Valley Cavan Tourism ... See MoreSee Less
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On 21 June, the longest day of the year, ask your family, friends, neighbours and colleagues “How are you?”

Hello Westmeath How R U? are hosting a free secure online How R U Connect Café on 23 June, 11am-12pm

Register at https://t.co/AFloFQuHuN

#MentalHealth #Westmeath

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This week is National Water Safety Awareness Week.

Whatever body of water you’re on

⚠️ Wear a lifejacket
🎯 Know your limits
👨‍👧‍👦Keep an eye on children
💧 Avoid alcohol on the water

#WaterSafety #BetterSafeThanSorry

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Westmeath senior hurling squad to take on All-Ireland champions Limerick at 1.45PM tomorrow at TEG Cusack Park in the Allianz League Division 1 Round 5.
The game will be streamed live on GAAGO.
Best of luck to all involved 🇶🇦 🇶🇦 🇶🇦
#iarmhiabu
#westmeathgaa
#maroonandwhitearmy

Just returned from Maria Edgeworth Centre to discover Karen Ievers while on a visit donated two wonderful pieces of Edgeworth memorabilia which will be treasured by the Society for years to come.

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