Monday June 1, 2020

Meath hosts a new wave of settlers

Despite a major population explosion in the Royal County, many people are claiming the development of infrastructure has failed to keep pace.

12th May, 2007

Despite a major population explosion in the Royal County, many people are claiming the development of infrastructure has failed to keep pace.

The ‘King Billy tree’, one of the oldest lime trees in Ireland, stands in the centre of Duleek , Co Meath.

It was planted at the time of the Battle of the Boyne by residents of the village - including a community of French Protestant Huguenots who had fled persecution in France.

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