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Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006
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Julianstown Pride of Place Presentation 2006

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  • 1. Pride of Place 2006 Cooperation Ireland Welcome to Julianstown
  • 2. Overview
    • Chairman’s Welcome
    • Julianstown in Context
    • Evolution of a Village
    • Julianstown as a Community
    • Today’s Itinerary
  • 3. Julianstown in Context
  • 4.                 
  • 5. Evolution of a Village
  • 6. 1641
  • 7. 1783
  • 8. 1882
  • 9. 1905
  • 10. 1985
  • 11. 2005
  • 12. Julianstown Community
  • 13. Julianstown Residents’ Association
    • Active since 1974
    • Reconstituted 2004
      • Residents Association
      • Pride of Place
      • Traffic campaign
    • Fund raising
    • Residents’ Survey
    • Achievements
      • Meath Pride of Place
        • Category winner 2006
        • Special Achievement 2006
        • Invited to participate in this event
      • Anti Litter
        • 2 nd 2005
        • Category Winner 2006
  • 14. Community Groups
    • Jiu Jitsu
    • Badminton
    • Christmas Craft Fair
    • Indoor Bowls
    • GAA
    • Homework Club
    • Active Retirement
    • SVdeP
    • Yoga
    • Dance
    • Theatre
    • Social Events
  • 15. Taking a village by the scruff
    • Years of Neglect
    • Briars Everywhere
    • No Flower Beds
    • Lack of Colour
    • No coordinated efforts
  • 16. Plans
    • Maintenance
    • New areas
    • All Varieties-Seasons
    • Lack of Colour
    • Wild flowers
      • Indigenous side
      • Non-native side
  • 17.  
  • 18. Connected to the World Just wanted to let you know I enjoyed looking at your website. I loved the photos of the village. They brought back lots of memories of home. Regards: P auline McGeever Doherty Yakima, Washington U.S.A. Dear Julianstown residents, As an Australian lover of everything Irish I look at your website and wish I was back in your wonderful land. I must have travelled past your village a number of times but I have never visited. I have been to Drogheda, Slane ,Newgrange and up and down the Boyne. Next time it's Julianstown.
  • 19. The Future
    • Shop
    • Community amenity
    • Grow participation in MCC programs
    • Traffic
    • Meet the needs of the community as it develops
    • Expanding School
  • 20. Today's Itinerary
  • 21.  
  • 22. Thanks
    • People of Julianstown
    • Meath County Council Officials
    • Elected representatives
    • Pride of Place
    • Paul Berril Lawnmower
    • Lakeland Dairies
    • Postmen and Post Mistress
    • Stephen Hoey
    • All volunteers
    • Boyne Frames
    • Black’s Garden Centre
    • Hugh Calvey
    • Jimmy Moss
    • Jim Rothwell
    • Julianstown Inn
    • Julianstown Golf Course
    • McLysaght Nurseries
    • Murphy’s Quarry
    • Meath Leader
    • Old Mill

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