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Start times for local St Patrick's Day parades

Friday, 14th March, 2014 5:22pm

Story by Noelle Finegan
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Start times for local St Patrick's Day parades

A group from last year's St Patrick's Day parade in Kells.

Start times for local St Patrick's Day parades

A group from last year's St Patrick's Day parade in Kells.

Fourteen local towns and villages will host parades to celebrate St Patrick's Day this year. Local businesses, organisations and community groups are busy putting their finishing touches to floats and there will be plenty of colour and music at parades throughout the county.

Dunboyne's parade takes place on Sunday, 16th March, and all other parades are on St Patricks's Day.

Ardee, 3pm

Ashbourne, 2.30pm

Athboy, 12.30pm

Dunboyne, Sunday, 16th March 2pm

Enfield, 2.30pm

Kells, 3pm

Kilcock, 1.30pm

Kingscourt, 1pm

Mullagh, 5pm

Navan, 4pm

Oldcastle, 12.15pm

Ratoath, 1pm

Slane, 3pm

Trim, 3.15pm



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