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St Patrick's Day parades taking place around the country this weekend

Whether you live in the Capital or a small rural village, your hometown's annual parade is always a great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. 

And to help you plan your day, we have compiled a list of start times and locations for parades happening across the Republic of Ireland:

1. Cork

The parade runs from the South Mall to the Grand Parade from 1pm, along St. Patrick’s Street and finishes at Merchant’s Quay; click here for more information.

2. Dublin

The Dublin parade starts at Parnell Square at 12pm; click here for more information.

3. Donegal

The annual St Patrick’s Day parade begins at 3.30pm from the Church Car Park; click here for more information. 

4. Galway

The Parade will start at 11.30am at the top of Dominick Street and finish at approximately 1.00pm; click here for more information.

5. Monaghan

The parade starts at Monaghan Town at 2:00pm; click here for more information.

6. Meath

The Ashbourne parade starts at 1:30pm from the Lidl carpark; click here for more information. 

7. Offaly

The parade will begin at 11:30am from High Street and travel to the Tullamore GAA centre; click here for more information. 

8. Roscommon

St Patrick's Day Parade Boyle starts at 3:30pm; click here for more information.

9. Tipperary 

Cashel St. Patrick’s Parade starts at 2pm; click here for more information.

10. Wicklow

St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Arklow starts this year at the earlier time of 2pm; click here for more information.

11. Wexford

The parade will start at 10.45am at the junction of Parnell Street/Trinity Street; click here for more information. 

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