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Located in the country of Ireland, in the province of Leinster and in the county of Meath is the town of Trim. In Irish, its name Baile Átha Throim, means “Town at the ford of the elderflowers.” In 1972, the district won the Irish Tidy Towns Competition.
Trim Castle or King John's Castle is Ireland's biggest Norman Castle. It was erected in the late 12th century following the invasion of Ireland by the Normans. It's location was used in the production of the film Braveheart!
There are two bus routes serving the area. The 111 operates hourly from Athboy to Dublin. Route 190 operates every two hours from the town to Laytown via Navan and Drogheda. There's plenty to see and do in the area, whether it's historic sites one of its many festivals there's something for everyone in the district.
In June, the Trim Haymaking Festival shows a peek into the traditional making of the first hay of the year! In July, The Trim Car show is an annual classic car show that displays an excess of 500 cars and motorcycles! On the first Sunday in September, the Royal Meath Show judges cattle, sheep, goats, horses and dogs along with other attractions!
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Your eyes may spy the yellow steeple of St. Mary's Abbey on a hillside near the town centre. It's named 'the yellow steeple,' because of the way the sun sets and rises on it. It's the remains of a 14th century abbey and it's the tallest building in the area. It can be seen from kilometers around the town!
Not a lot remains of the original walls of the district. The 'sheep's gate' that stands near the yellow steeple is the only intact part of the the town wall left standing. It stands on Loman Street and although it's not marked by any signs. It starts around St. Patricks Anglican church and it runs down to The Priory Pub.
Take a stroll alongside The Boyne River. There's a walkway along the riverside starting at Castle Park. It runs along the Boyne to Newtown abbey. The walk in total is only forty minutes giving you plenty of time to fantasize about your rendezvous with a lovely, exotic escort in Trim!
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