2020 Festival

Cruinniu Lá Fhéile Bríde Saturday 1st February

Presented by the Brigid of Faughart Festival in conjunction with HERSTORY and An Táin Arts Centre.

A celebration of our matron Saint and the ancient triple goddess of healing, fire and the Arts.

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Brigid of Faughart Festival invites you to listen in to a special documentary about St Brigid and Faughart Shrine which was broadcast on Dundalk FM (Community Radio Station) on Saturday 13th January 2018 with Dolores Whelan.

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Faughart

To the north of Dundalk, Co Louth, Faughart is an ancient place filled with a history that is both gentle and fierce. It is a place associated with battles, boundaries and travel. The Sli Midhluachra, one of the 5 ancient roads of Ireland, runs through the hill of Faughart on its way from the Hill of Tara, to Armagh and then to the north coast of Ireland, making it a strategically important place.

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