To the East of the town there's the Swords Estuary. In McLoughlins restaurant you will enjoy excellent international cuisine prepared from fresh local produce and served Read more about Terminal 2, Dublin Airport, Swords, Co. The story of the school is well documented. Map of Swords Swords from : Sord or Sord Cholmcille is the of and a satellite of ,. Swords Castle lies within the park. Archived from on 5 July 2012.
Lying on the Ward River, it features a restored medieval castle, a holy well from which it takes its name, a round tower and a Norman tower, presumably built by the same Normans who constructed the castle. Many of these are promoted by Swords Historical Society. Dublin Airport has prevented the town from expanding further south and the large Broadmeadow Estuary and town of Malahide limit expansion further east. At the 2011 census the total urban population of greater Swords was 42,738. In 2001, upon the completion of the County Hall, senior executive offices moved there from Parnell Square in Dublin city centre. The farm section of the two-day show featured a program of livestock and sheep competitions, equestrian contests and other agricultural displays. Downstairs in the bar you can sit and enjoy a great pint of Guinness, watch all sporting events on our big screens, take in some live music, enjoy a burger or steak from our barfood menu or simply just sit outside in our beautiful all year round beer garden.
Archived from on 18 June 2012. The Services part of the site has information on the population of the town from the last census. The main business and industrial areas are located to the east of the town centre, along the R132 dual carriageway. Other buildings, recorded in an inquisition in 1326, have now vanished, including the great hall on the east side of the enclosure. They grow in 139 acres of orchards and lettuce in 8 acres of glasshouses. The building was officially opened on Thursday 3 April 2014 by Taoiseach , Minister for Finance and the. It is about 13 km north of Dublin city centre and is part of its commuter belt.
Dublin Swords is the county town of Fingal in Ireland. Aer Lingus and Ryanair are the largest operators from the airport. The area is known locally as. Following a huge improvement to litter in the town, in their 2011 survey Swords was declared the second cleanest town in Ireland. Archived from on 24 September 2015. Just beside on Bridge Street is Swords Town Park. .
Archived from on 5 July 2012. There are 10 townlands in the of Swords, which is not co-terminous with the civil parish. Dublin, and formerly known as The Hawthorn, Forty Four Main Street has been extensively refurbished to a very high standard. This is no longer the case as The Pavilions has the largest range of shops in North County Dublin. Archived from on 8 January 2013. It was used as a garden in the nineteenth century and sold after the was disestablished. There are music shops for buying instruments.
Swords Castle and Courtyard is open to the public from Monday to Friday by appointment only by calling 01 890 5600. Welcome to the Old Schoolhouse Bar and Restaurant We are situated in the heart of Swords only 4km from Dublin Airport. The most ubiquitous landscape indicators of Early Christian Settlement are the ecclesiastical enclosures. The west of the urban area is mainly residential, with the neighbourhoods of , and to the north of the Ward River and , River Valley, Rathingle and Boroimhe to the south side of the river. A small stream joins the Ward near the town centre and the holy well. Several smaller shopping centres also exist.
Archived from on 21 August 2014. The Dublin semi-orbital motorway passes to the south of the town and provides connections with all of the other main roads out of Dublin N2, N3, N4, N7, N81 and M11. Archived from on 21 August 2012. In June 2006, the Ireland officially opened its new all-Ireland headquarters at Business Park, within greater Swords. Other bus routes serving Swords include the 102 to , and , route 33b to and , routes 33 and 33a to , , , and and route 101 to , and. Reputed to be where Swords got its name when St. Chicken Satay Tender marinated chicken breast on bamboo skewers, cooked then served with peanut sauce Chicken pieces in batter Pieces of chicken breast in batter served with plum sauce Mixed vegetables in batter Deep fried till crispy served with plum sauce Crispy won ton Golden won ton pastry filled with mince chicken, prawn and thai seasoning sauce fried till golden and crispy served with plum sauce Sweet corn cakes Mince sweet corn with thai red curry paste, thai seasoning sauce Deep fried served with plum sauce Prawn cake Mince black tiger prawn with thai red curry paste, thai seasoning sauce Deep fried served with sweet chilles sauce Black tiger prawn in batter Crispy served with plum sauce Spring rolls vegetarian Spring roll pastry filled with cabbage, carrot and thai noodle cooked with thai seasoning sauce.
There is a collection of old photos and artefacts on display. Patrick's Day, is the most prestigious dog show in the country. Archived from on 27 March 2013. Pavillions Shopping Mall and Cinema. Dublin Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Emmaus Centre offers accommodation in Swords. The airport has direct flights to Britain, Europe, North America, North Africa and the Middle East.
The news section covers stories of local interest which are not usually covered by The Fingal Independent, for a full picture of what's going on in the town on a weekly basic see the Fingal newspaper which is published every Tuesday. Colmcille blessed the well of clear water, 'Sord' being the Irish for 'clear or pure'. Dublin Brambles is a friendly family run cafe that offers a lovely atmosphere that all the family will enjoy, no matter what age you are. Archived from on 5 February 2012. The headquarters of the and Ireland's four largest airlines are located in or near Swords. The Keeling's Group, who employ over 1700 people, have their headquarters in FoodCentral and use a lot of land around Swords.