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Planning permission is being sought for a Public Plaza, Community Library and Cultural Centre in the centre of town with additional off street parking. Click on the Donate button to make a donation

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Edgeworthstown Development Association were awarded the Special Pride of Place Award at a ceremony in Ennis on the 14th November. The judges said ‘This town is underpinned by a very committed and astute local group. They have an impressive list of achievements, but it was the strategic and collaborative approach adopted that really impressed the judges. This is a very fine example of community led local development.’ 

You can read more here.

Congratulations to all involved – it’s a great result for the town.

Take the Tour


Postersmall.jpgThank you for visiting the Edgeworthstown website. Here you will find useful information on Edgeworthstown and it's rich heritage, drawn from it's association with the famous Edgeworth family, Oliver Goldsmith, Oscar Wilde and many more historical figures.  You can learn more about our literary past and what we can offer the visitor to our town. You can find out how to get here and you can find links to other attractions, a short journey away, that are worth a visit.With our guided walks we offer the visitor an opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Maria
Edgeworth and her family, Oliver Goldsmith, Sir Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Oscar Wilde. You can visit the Walled Garden at Edgeworthstown House, the Rectory (birthplace of the Abbé Edgeworth) and St. John's Church and graveyard where Isola Wilde is buried.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our site.

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