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Photo: Delvin Castle by Stuart O'Sullivan
Promoting An Active Community
Delvin has a number of successful sports clubs, plus several active social and local devlopment groups. Whatever your age or interest, there's bound to be something here for you!Learn More
Photo: Tractor run by Eddie Gaffney
Exploring Our Heritage
It might not figure as your typical tourist destination, but with a myriad of ruins and curiosities, the townlands of Delvin are a budding photographer's dream.Explore
Photo: Delvin Parade by Willie Forde
There's always something to look forward to in (and around) Delvin! From music sessions in our local pubs to dance classes, theatre and even a major music festival - we have it all right here on our doorstep.
Photo: Delvin Parade 2019 by Willie Forde
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Wednesday 20th March16:30 - Zumba Kids – (Booking Required)
Thursday 21st March10:00 - Morning Zumba @ St Patrick’s Hall
16:00 - Radiant Child Yoga & Mindfulness @ Butterfly Cottage Retreat
Friday 22nd March18:00 - Guided Relaxation Sound Bath @ Butterfly Cottage Retreat
19:00 - Badminton @ Brownstown Community Centre
Saturday 23rd March09:30 - Pallet Knife Oil Painting Workshop @ Purple Raven Art Gallery
22:00 - Social Dancing @ Brownstown Community Centre
Monday 25th March00:00 - Pilates @ Brownstown Community Centre
12:30 - Preschool Music & Movement Class @ Barn Door Creative Studios
17:00 - Monday Mantra Meditation @ Butterfly Cottage Retreat
Tuesday 26th March17:30 - Kundalini Yoga @ Butterfly Cottage Retreat
18:45 - Zumba Class @ St Patrick’s Hall
20:00 - Circuit Training @ Brownstown Community Centre
Wednesday 27th March15:00 - Chair Yoga & Meditation @ Butterfly Cottage Retreat
16:30 - Zumba Kids – (Booking Required)
Thursday 28th March16:00 - Radiant Child Yoga & Mindfulness @ Butterfly Cottage Retreat
20:00 - Chef Adrian Martin @ St Patrick’s Hall
From street light faults & power outages to personal support & public representation. Here are the names and numbers you need to know.Read More
Delvin has an abundance of active community organisations, catering for all ages and interests. Take a look at some of them here.Read More
Looking for somewhere to host a meeting or activity? Delvin offers a range of meeting and sports facilities for private, business and community use.Read More
Delvin has a host of small, locally owned and managed businesses offering everything from essential groceries and household services to electrical goods and art and craft.
Small businesses work hard to make sure that their prices are competitive, but when you add in time and fuel, there are already savings to be made by checking out what they have to offer.
If you are visiting the area, why not call in for a coffee, browse some local crafts or pick up some bits & pieces for your onward journey in one of our local stores?
Photo: Bloom Bows
Look up local business information, access useful contacts and find out more about our local community organisations in the Delvin Directory.Read More
The Delvin Village Website offers an unrivalled way to advertise your local business!
Take a look at what's on offer and register your business today for just €75.
A Land Of Treasures
It might not figure as your typical tourist destination, but the townlands of Delvin are a budding photographer's dream.
With rich landscapes, secret castles and hidden reminders of times passed in almost every field, all you have to do is open your eyes.
Throughout the year, you can also enjoy some unique events from Ireland's Largest One Day Book Fair, to one of the country's best loved music and arts festivals.
We look forward to meeting you!
Photo: Martinstown Castle by Willie Forde
Look-Up A Landmark
If you're curious about a local feature, maybe you'll find out about it here! Some of our best known landmarks are included below. Simply click on the image to find out more.
Delvin Book Festival
For one day each May, the local cattle mart is transformed into Ireland's largest book shop.
Up to 25,000 books - sorted in to more than a dozen categories covering every imaginable interest, will be on sale for no more than €1 each.
Musicians and guest readers will be on hand to keep visitors entertained throughout the day.
Parking and admission is FREE.
In 2019, the event will take place on Sunday 5th May from 12-6.