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In collaboration with Droichead Arts Centre, Louth County Council Arts office and in partnership with curators Dee Walsh and Brian Hegarty “DRAWDA” is a curated, multidisciplinary public arts programme that embraces our Mythological Past by featuring stories and figures from the unique mythological history of the Drogheda area.
St Patrick's Day, Puca, Christmas, Boyne Valley Trails Walking Festival and Pride festival support
There is no doubt that hospitality was one of the sectors that faired the worst after the restrictions put in place because of the Covid 19 pandemic. First to close and last to reopen, the fine restaurants, bars, nightclubs, hotels and entertainment venues here in Drogheda town began reopening in early 2022 and with that came on opportunity to focus the spotlight on the people and businesses that make up the hospitality offerings of the town. Love Drogheda BIDS commissioned a series of videos looking at some of the unique culinary options available in Drogheda and getting to know the chefs behind the amazing food.
Explore the practicalities of illuminating buildings of historical and architectural significance - capital and running costs - looking at funding mechanisms through corporate sponsorship.