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Spring is in the air!  And the honey bees!

If you want to learn more about beekeeping or about honey bees, how the honey bees have divided their tasks, why they swarm, why they produce honey, what their role is in our biodiversity, their specific diseases and pests and many about honey bees, the Royal County Beekeepers’ Association (RCBKA)...
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LGMA/Age Friendly Ireland Digital Ambassadors Programme comes to Meath

The Local Government Management Agency (LGMA) Libraries Development Unit and Age Friendly Ireland have partnered to launch the Digital Ambassador Programme. This programme aims to support older people access online library resources, particularly while physical library services are suspended as part of government measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19...
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Curraghtown, July 1922

Curraghtown, July 1922 forms part of Meath County Council’s Decade of Centenaries 2013-2023 programme. The book will be available to purchase from all Meath County Libraries and from Antonia's Bookshop in Trim from July 1, 2022.
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TTRS with Meath County Council Library Service

Did you know that as a member of MCCLS, you can access the Touch-type Read & Spell (TTRS) course for free? TTRS is a multisensory, structured, online typing course which assists students to learn at their own pace. In addition to developing typing skills, TTRS is designed to benefit students...
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Launch of "Trim, September 1920"

On Thursday 24th September 2020, Meath County Council held its first virtual event to launch the publication of ‘Trim, September 1920’ in Trim Library. The Chief Executive Jackie Maguire was joined by the Cathaoirleach Cllr David Gilroy and by the authors of the book, Cllr. Noel French and Tom French...
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Diary of a Cocooner...

Meath County Council Library Service published Paddy Smith’s Cocooner: A Lockdown Diary in November, with the support of the Creative Ireland Programme, Age Friendly Ireland and Healthy Ireland. The book is available in our libraries throughout the county and can also be purchased (€10) from Antonia’s Bookstore, Trim. A recorded...
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Meath Libraries Update

Public Libraries are offering more services to the public as outlined in Phase 3 of the Government’s Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business. The following lists the revised opening hours and services for the libraries at Ashbourne, Athboy, Duleek, Dunboyne, Dunshaughlin, Kells, Navan, Nobber, Oldcastle, Slane and Trim. Check out...
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Right to Read Award 2019

Meath County Council Library Service is delighted to have received the Right to Read Award for 2019 in recognition of the implementation of the core programme of Right to Read literacy support services as coordinated by the library service and delivered with the support of the Right to Read Network...
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