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    Talking Droghedit!

    Drogheda has now apparently joined Meath. Commiserations to Louth

    https://www.escort-ireland.com/escor...le-escort.html

    edit thread title as DROGHEDEXIT
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    Quote Originally Posted by flirtyman View Post
    Drogheda has now apparently joined Meath. Commiserations to Louth

    https://www.escort-ireland.com/escor...le-escort.html

    edit thread title as DROGHEDEXIT
    Thank you we are looking into it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by flirtyman View Post
    Drogheda has now apparently joined Meath. Commiserations to Louth

    https://www.escort-ireland.com/escor...le-escort.html

    edit thread title as DROGHEDEXIT
    we are just testing how observant you are


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    As I recall, (I may be wrong, I have been wrong before ) Drogheda always was in both Meath and Louth on EI. This fairly reflects reality and history where the town has been considered to be in different Counties at different times, because it is on both sides of the river, and both sides of the County border. There are quite a few towns like this in Ireland and even towns that span the international border between north and south.

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    Yeah but generally Drogheda is regarded as in Louth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    As I recall, (I may be wrong, I have been wrong before ) Drogheda always was in both Meath and Louth on EI. This fairly reflects reality and history where the town has been considered to be in different Counties at different times, because it is on both sides of the river, and both sides of the County border. There are quite a few towns like this in Ireland and even towns that span the international border between north and south.
    On this occasion you are correct Steve. The Boyne runs through Drogheda which divides Louth and Meath. The majority of the town and the town center is on the Louth side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    As I recall, (I may be wrong, I have been wrong before ) Drogheda always was in both Meath and Louth on EI. This fairly reflects reality and history where the town has been considered to be in different Counties at different times, because it is on both sides of the river, and both sides of the County border. There are quite a few towns like this in Ireland and even towns that span the international border between north and south.
    correct.
    I just educated myself and this is why it on the E-I in both counties.
    You live and learn

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    Drogheda is recogised by most people and even election votes as in LOuth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flirtyman View Post
    Drogheda is recogised by most people and even election votes as in LOuth.
    I'd say there is people living on the south side of the Boyne that would disagree with you there
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    Nobody is meath is going to drive to drogheda to see a girl and its confusing for people in navan when we see a profile an ring her and then find out she's in drogheda. Drogheda is in louth. simple. Read here.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drogheda
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