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Malahide Fairy Forts Trail

We’ve long known that Malahide is a magical place – now it’s official! Fairies have set up home in a number of “fairy forts” in the Malahide area. The Active Travel sub-committee of the Malahide Community Forum has obtained photographs … Continue reading

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Malahide Looped Walks – 6. Seapark Hill to Seamount Road

This is a variation of our first walk (marked in blue on the map) by Stephen Macdonagh (Looped Walk 1 – Seamount and Paddy’s Hill).  See all Malahide Looped Walks. We’ve added a route from the coast to Seamount Road, … Continue reading

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Latest Notes

Here are the notes for November 2020. The notes of our previous meetings are available on our monthly notes page.

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Malahide Looped Walks – 5 Portmarnock village and Beach

Portmarnock village and Beach is the fifth in our series of looped walks mapped by Stephen Macdonagh. See all Malahide Looped Walks. You may do the “short walk” as mapped above starting in Portmarnock, or the longer version from Malahide … Continue reading

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Malahide Tidy Towns – Seapark Hill / Seamount Road Green Space tidy-up: Sat 28th Nov

Calling all volunteers! Malahide Tidy Towns have organised a tidy up of the green space between Seapark Hill and Seamount Road this coming Saturday (28th Nov 2020). They will be ably assisted by Malahide Lions Club members and Gaisce volunteers. All additional volunteers … Continue reading

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Malahide looped walks – Stay Active – Stay Safe – Stay Healthy

Update Jan 2021: We’re all shell-shocked at the rise in Covid-19 cases. We must all do our best to “stay at home” – but we must also stay active. One tip for making social distancing easier is to ‘Wear wellies … Continue reading

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Malahide looped walks – 4. Abington, Streamstown and Castle

The fourth in our series of looped walks mapped by Stephen Macdonagh. See all Malahide Looped Walks. Begin at Malahide Castle (Swords Rd. gate). Walk along Swords Road to Castle Heath and turn left. Entering Abington keep straight and follow … Continue reading

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Latest Notes

Here are the notes for October 2020. The notes of our previous meetings are available on our monthly notes page.

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Malahide looped walks – 3. Back Strand, Sea Rd and Yellow Walls

The third in our series of looped walks mapped by Stephen Macdonagh. See all Malahide Looped Walks. This 3km walk takes you from the village centre (Townyard Lane) along the inner Broadmeadow Estuary, up Sea Road to the junction with … Continue reading

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Malahide looped walks – 2. Malahide Castle Perimeter

This is the second in our series of looped walks mapped by Stephen Macdonagh. See all Malahide Looped Walks. Malahide Castle perimeter walk is just over 4k but there are many permutations and combinations in this wonderful facility. This walk … Continue reading

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