Approximately midway between Dublin and Belfast, Carlingford is a village on the shores of Carlingford Lough. Overlooked by Slieve Foy and the Mourne mountains, Carlingford offers a very Irish experience to all visitors, rich in local history and folklore. Carlingford is just four miles from Omeath.
While here why not visit King Johns castle or the Thosel. For those wishing to stay longer, visit the accommodation page for listings of the prominent hotels, hostels, guest houses, B&Bs and pubs in the area, and visit Omeath Online the local site for Omeath, Co. Louth which is 4 miles from Carlingford.
8th Louth Slieve Foy Scouts Christmas Fair
On 8th December 2013, 1pm – 4pm
St Michael’s Hall, Carlingford
Christmas Craft Fair poster 2013
Ghan House Christmas Fair
Sunday 15th December – 12 Noon to 5 pm
A celebration of everything the local area has to offer at Christmastime!
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Important Dates 2014 Confirmation
Friday 14th March at 11.00am in St. Laurence’s Church, Omeath.
First Holy Communion
Omeath: Sunday 25th May at 10.00.
Carlingford: Saturday 7th June at 11.00.
Care Assistants required in the Omeath area.
If you have access to a car, FETAC Level 5 qualification and an interest in becoming a Care Assistant please contact HR Department 042 9324688 for an application form.
Omeath Tidy Towns Present
David Martin, Tenor & Guests in St. Laurence’s Church, Omeath on Sunday 15th December at 8pm. Pre-concert reception in the Dolmen Centre from 7.15pm.
For tickets contact: Frances 042 9375122 or Clare 086 3426129 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Omeath Tidy Towns
Winner of the Most Improved category in Louth Looking Good Awards.
Congratulations to Omeath Youth Group, winner of the Youth Award for their road safety mural at the Dublin House.
Omeath Tidy Towns thank everyone who supported their various events & fundraisers throughout the year.
P. Phillips Fruit & Veg Shop
Now open in Omeath. Mon – Sat 10 – 5pm; Sun 10 – 1pm. Closed Tuesday.
Good Morning Louth
Telephone service for older people living in Co. Louth to ensure safety and security in their homes. Free service and confidential. For more info contact Anne Murphy 042 9330103 or email email@example.com
Irish class for beginners
Irish for beginners class has resumed every Wednesday at 7-30 pm Cornamucklagh House. Everyone welcome.
Social Dance Classes
In Cooley Complex every Thurs from 8-10pm. Adm €10. No partner or experience needed. Phone Marie 086-3573271.
Carlingford & Omeath Red Cross
New members urgently needed to help as minibus drivers, helpers for our work with Senior Citizens, ambulance driver and crew (training available), Phone Barry 0879893863 or Josephine 9393863.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland – Work 4 You
Work4you is a new vocational assessment service for individuals and employers affected by an acquired brain injury. It is the first community based neuro-assessment service of its kind in Ireland and will provide practical assistance and real hope for people with an acquired brain injury who are either struggling to hold on to their existing job or aiming to return to education, training, or employment.
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Carlingford Craft & Food Fair
St Michaels Hall Carlingford, 1st Sunday of every month, from 12.00 pm – 6.00 pm.
Come along and browse through the delicious food and handmade crafts at Carlingford’s Indoor Craft and Food Fair – FREE ADMISSION.
Posted by Cooley Peninsula Tourist Office
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