A Taste of Loughrea Over the Loughrea Medieval Festival weekend, people got a taste of Loughrea as they participated in one of three tours led by Sheena Dignam of Galway Food Tours. The tours, one on Friday 25th August, and two on Saturday 26th August took attendees on a food exploration walking tour around our […]
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The Loughrea Medieval Festival 2017 brochure is now available online… view via issuu.com/greylake/docs/loughreamedievalfestival2017webvers or click on image Loughrea Medieval Festival – 25th-27th August, 2017. The festival is organised by Loughrea Medieval Festival Committee, in partnership with Irish Walled Towns Network, Galway County Council and The Heritage Council. Events and times maybe subject to change. Children […]
Food Tours get support from Loughrea Chamber of Commerce Get a taste of Loughrea as you join Sheena Dignam of Galway Food Tours, on a food exploration walking tour around our medieval town, during Loughrea’s 4th Medieval Festival. ‘A taste of Loughrea’ food tours are sponsored by Loughrea Chamber of Commerce. During the food tours, […]
Temporary Closure of Roads Roads Act 1993 – Section 75 Roads Regulations 1994 – Article 12 Notice of Decision Loughrea Municipal District Notice is hereby given that Galway County Council has made an order closing the following route to facilitate hosting of Loughrea Medieval Festival from 6:00 a.m. on Sunday 27/08/2017 to 7:00 p.m. on […]
Loughrea’s 4th Medieval Festival gets go-ahead after Council funding boast Loughrea Medieval Festival organisers are delighted to partner with Galway County Council under the Community Support Scheme 2017, Irish Walled Towns Network and The Heritage Council. Join Loughrea Medieval Festival for a weekend of free Medieval family fun as we recreate medieval life in all […]
Submissions for Loughrea Medieval Festival 2017 now open From Friday 25 – Sunday 27 August, the medieval town of Loughrea, Co. Galway will once again host a spectacular free weekend of events at the 4th annual Loughrea Medieval Festival. The award winning festival is now the biggest and best medieval festival in Ireland. Walled Towns […]
Brick Flick Medieval Stop Motion Workshops Loughrea Medieval Festival had a great response to our 2 Brick Flick: Medieval Stop Motion Workshops. Children aged 8-12 put the following together, with help from Create School. 10.30am – 1pm Morning Session https://youtu.be/3TZvVeSF1dY 2pm – 4.30pm PM Session https://youtu.be/BQcxI4kW2ho This 3rd Annual Award Winning Loughrea Medieval Festival– ‘Loughrea 780’, […]
2016 Loughrea Medieval Festival Brochure is now available a variety of formats. The Loughrea Medieval Festival 2016 brochure can now be viewed online. Follow this link to expand the reader to a full-screen view. Keep an eye out, the 2016 Loughrea Medieval Festival brochure, now available in various business throughout Loughrea town, as well as Loughrea […]
Call for craft and food traders for Walled Towns Day Loughrea 2016 Loughrea Medieval Festival are accepting outdoor (with own tent) craft and food vendors for Walled Towns Day in Loughrea, Sunday, 28th August 1-5pm. Our aim is to provide an authentic medieval marketplace, so please only apply if you can tie in with the overall […]
Loughrea Medieval Festival Poster 2016 Official poster of the 3rd annual Loughrea Medieval Festival has just been unveiled. The image, designed by artist Damien Goodfellow incorporates this years festival theme ‘Loughrea 780’, recognising 780 years since the foundation of the medieval town of Loughrea. Loughrea Medieval Festival runs from Friday, August 26 – Sunday, August […]
Loughrea Medieval Festival 2017
Home to the only functioning moat in Ireland, Loughrea in County Galway will step back in time 25th- 27th August 2017 with an exciting and varied programme of FREE events, designed to appeal to people of all ages.
Loughrea Medieval Festival 2017 - “Forget-me-not” in partnership with Irish Walled Towns Network and Galway County Council and with support from The Heritage Council.