Our AGM will be held in the Headfort Arms Hotel (Blackwater Suite) at 6.30pm on Tuesday March 1st.
We look forward to seeing you all there. For enquiries, please contact us.
Well done to all of the local groups and traders that attended a very significant and positive meeting in The BookMarket Kells on the evening of Wednesday October 14th. The meeting was hosted by Kells Chamber and chaired by Gary O'Meara of Meath Enterprise and the aim was for the groups to share what each other are doing in the local community and to work together going forward. Groups represented included Kells Chamber, Hay Festival Kells, Guth Gafa International Documentary Film Festival, Kells Tourism, Kells Local Heroes, Kells Arts Club, Kells Type Trail, Kells People's Resource Centre, Boyne Valley Food Series and The Sawmills. Following some very interesting discussions, it was decided to establish a Kells Development Committee that will be made up of representatives from all of the groups and traders and to put together both short-term and long-term action plans for Kells - with the overall aim of putting our heritage town firmly on the map of Discover Ireland's Ancient East Initiative. The next meeting will take place within a couple of weeks. If your community group would like to get involved, please contact Kells Chamber on 046 924 0055 during office hours.
Meath County Council and Meath Enterprise have put together a great promotional video that showcases our county as a great place to work, live in, visit or do business. Watch it here.
The heritage town of Kells is a wonderful place to work, live or visit. Its rich Monastic legacy makes it quite unique and it is part of the 'Boyne Valley Region' - one of the Top 10 Destinations in Ireland, as marketed by Fáilte Ireland abroad. It boasts two world-class golf courses in Headfort Golf Club, alongside the imposing Headfort House and the Blackwater River. We are an outstanding location for business and we have a state of the art Business Park with broadband and Bord Gais pipeline. Kells is an excellent location for tourists: we are only 45 minutes from Dublin and offer a great central base for touring County Meath. Need more convincing? Here are some more good reasons to choose Kells as a place to live, work or visit.
The Kells & District Tourism Forum can help you plan an itinerary for your group, small or large. The group has a huge amount of experience in this area and will make sure to listen to your requirements and provide you with a plan that will enable you to get the best out of your experience in Kells.
From conferencing facilities to half-day to full-day heritage itineraries, Kells is the ideal place to locate yourself - and is a mere 45 minutes drive from Dublin/Dublin Airport and easily accessible from the rest of the country.
Put yourself in their capable hands to see the rich heritage of Kells. The Tourism Forum can help you with your transport arrangements if necessary, and organise suitable accommodation, restaurants and refreshments when you arrive in Kells.
Contact Kells Tourism Forum now to see what they can organise for you.