Meath Chronicle Magazine

meath chronicle inspire

inspire is a lifestyle monthly magazine serving the readers of the Meath Chronicle with a fresh view of life in the county. The Meath Chronicle delivers the news to the county - inspire delivers the lifestyle.

inspire mixes the most interesting features on local personalities and groups, along with inspiration on where to eat, what to wear, how best to decorate your home, where to holiday and staying fit and healthy. inspire also provides shopping guides and wine recommendations, fashion tips, where to find the latest gadgets in Meath and ideas for things to do.

Our extensive social diary takes readers inside some of the biggest gatherings and events within the county. inspire is distributed throughout County Meath bimonthly with the Meath Chronicle newspaper & has a readership of 62,000.

Inspire magazine

DIGITAL EDITIONS

All of our inspire editions are free to read online in full and download. To read the editions you have to have an epaper account. This is free to create, simply fill in your details in the Free Registration section then log in with your details. At this stage you then scroll down the page and select Inspire-Free Subscription. Click on the Your ePapers tab and then you will see the Inspire editions.

Click HERE to go to the digital editions.

CONTACT DETAILS

For information on advertising in inspire please contact Annette Duffy on 046 907 9659 or email: annette.duffy@meathchronicle.ie

For information on editorial in inspire please contact John Donohoe on 046 907 9655 or email: john.donohoe@meathchronicle.ie

Editorial Coverage

inspire lifestyle editorail

Advert Layout

inspire lifestyle editorial feature

Fashion Coverage

Inspire fashion

 To see all of our inspire editions click HERE

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