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Navan Shamrock Festival Committee

CYWS Hall, Fairgreen, Navan, Co. Meath.

TEL: + 353 (0) 879671173

Email: navanshamrockfestival@gmail.com


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Navan Shamrock Festival Committee

CYWS Hall, Fairgreen, Navan, Co. Meath.


TEL: + 353 (0) 879671173


Email: navanshamrockfestival@gmail.com

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NAVAN SHAMROCK FESTIVAL

WELCOME TO THE FESTIVAL WEBSITE

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Every years sees us reaching out for help from volunteers and this year is certainly no exception, in fact our numbers are down significantly. So we appeal to YOU, the people and groups of Navan for your assistance this year.

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SEE WHAT THE ATTRACTIONS ARE

Each year we have our regular attractions but we always welcome new entrants. If you would like a place at the festival get in touch !

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STEWARDS FOR THE PARADE


Health and Safety for the Parade is very important. We ask that each community group supplies one designated steward to make to ensure a safe and fun time is had by all.


Please could you let us have a name and contact number for your selected volunteer.





FESTIVAL EVENTS


Grand Marshal

Fireworks Display

Remembering Ledwidge

Fire Station Open Day

Gatehouse @ The Solstice


Complete List Of Events Here

Have yourself a flutter and enjoy a day at the races on Sunday the 19th with Traditional Music from Comhaltas Navan Branch Comhaltas Ceolteoiri Eireann.

FANCY €5 OFF THE PRICE OF ADMISSION?

VOUCHER HERE

The Legion Of Mary have a float in this years festival and a message they would like to spread

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The good folk here on the festival committee are busy getting the 2017 parade up and running. Our goals, as always, are to encompass the spirit of our national holiday reflected through the talent and artistry of many local groups, individuals and businesses. We welcome everybody, from every social dynamic and every corner of the globe. After all, who does not want to be Irish on St. Patrick's day?