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Area Vitals and Statistics

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Map of Tullamore Area

Tullamore Statistics
Administrative capital town of County Offaly. Lies along the Dublin-Galway (East-West), and the Cavan-Carlow (North-South) routes.

Population:
2006: 10,907 inhabitants (2002: 10,270 inhabitants)
Rural area encompasses 23,280 residents (according to the Cental Statistics Office). 3rd largest town in the Irish Midlands.

Distance from (by road*)

Dublin Airport
Shannon Airport
Belfast Airport

Dublin City
Galway City
Cork City
Belfast City

110km
135km
260km

100km
125km
205km
220km

*information provided by aaireland.ie route planner.

Tullamore Facts

ATM
A central midlands town, 1 of 3 that will make up what is called the Midlands Gateway. The project will link Athlone, Mullingar, and Tullamore by a triangular network of roads, making it the largest hub for business and enterprise in Ireland, accessible to everywhere.
 

• On direct rail links.
• Located on the Grand Canal waterway.
• Just off the Dublin-Galway route.
• One of the oldest towns in the midlands.

National Administration
• Department of Finance
• Department of Education

Hosts To:
• Tullamore Pheonix Festival (July annually)
• National Agricultural & Livestock Show (August annually)
• Queen of the Land Festival (November annually)
• Cosmos Star Party (April annually)
• Fleadh Ceoil na hEireann (August 2007, 2008 and 2009)
• National Ploughing Championships (2005 & 2007)
• World Sheepdog Trials (2005)

Find out more about these evens in the Events section.

 

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