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Drogheda, Co. Louth
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Craftmark of Dundalk, County Louth, a cross border economic initiative, is a partnership between County Down Crafts and Louth County Enterprise Board. It showcases some of the County’s finest designs.

Craftmark located in Dundalk, County Louth’s main objective is to improve cross-border network structures and projects which strengthen the network of craft enterprise.

County Louth has a wealth of talented designers and Louth Craftmark is proud to showcase their collective work. This online gallery gives an overview of the products designed and made in County Louth. The range includes ceramics, sculptures, jewellery, pottery, leathers, woollens and textiles.

By clicking on a designer's name and the interactive map on Craftmark’s website you can find out more about each designer and get in touch with them directly and make an appointment to visit. Louth Craftmark designs are also showcased by Wogan's Interiors, Drogheda, Shop Street, Drogheda, County Louth.

There are some great visitor attractions both near and in Dundalk town. Many monuments and structures still stand as a testament to the mythology and history of the area such as Newgrange and Brú na Boinne Visitors Centre, Cúchulainn Castle, Seatown Windmill and Roche Castle.

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Lagavooren, Drogheda, Co. Louth, A92 F7PH, Ireland
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