Welcome to Termonfeckin Tidy Towns
Termonfechin meaning ''Fechin's refuge") is a small village in County Louth.It is within the parish of the same name, and lies 8 km north-east of Drogheda. Tradition has it that a medieval monastery was founded in the village by Saint
Feichin of Fore in the 7th century. The monastic settlement was plundered by Vikings in 1013 and by the clan Ui-Crichan of Farney on Christmas Day 1025.
Termonfeckin is primarily dependent on the farming industry. However, tourism plays a large part, and nearby Baltray and Seapoint, with their coasts and golf courses, attract many visitor.
Competition Results / Reports
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