Tallanstown

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Welcome to our community website which has been developed to keep people informed about our incredible beautiful town. While a small group works to keep information uploaded, this website depends on all organisations and individuals within our community to provide us with news, photos and any relevant material which will tell about life in Tallanstown.

Here you will find news and information from the area. From our History to Tidy Towns you’ll find all you need to know about Tallanstown. If you have any information about history,present day, or anything what can help us with building this site please contact us. If you would like to be a part of website developing group you will be very welcome.

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holly dignard holly dignard photosholly dignardholly dignard photos on the banks of the River Glyde, is a picturesque village in the heart of Co.Louth. The manorial village is located seven miles S.W. of Dundalk and four miles north of Ardee, prominent in the legends of Cuchualainn. Its central location just off the N2 Dublin Derry Road leaves it just 17 miles from the historic Boyne Valley. The scenic Cooley peninsula, famous in its Celtic mythology, is only 12 miles distant. Situated as it is, its central location Tallanstown surely merits a visit from the inquisitive traveler.

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