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Ramelton (Rathmelton)
one of Irelands Heritage Towns, is a charming little town of the 17th century, situated in the Heart of Donegal at the mouth of the River Lennon to the
Lough Swilly.

Enjoy your visit!

Ramelton (Rathmelton)
eines von Irlands Denkmal-städten, ist ein reizendes kleines Städtchen aus dem 17. Jh, gelegen im Herzen Donegals an der Mündung des River Lennon in den Lough Swilly.

Viel Spaß!

Ramelton Local News

Ramelton Lights Thanks
A note from the Chairperson of the Ramelton Lights, Anthony McCahill

“I would like to thank everyone for their kind remarks for the Christmas Lights Design of 2014. I have received much praise for the work carried out over the past three years and as much as I do appreciate the remarks, I want to set the record straight. I’m a very small part of the large team of volunteers in our community who give as much free time as possible to light up our town for the festive season."
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Christmas lights in the town

Colmcille Gospel Choir Concert

Fans of Maggie McAteer’s Colmcille Gospel Choir will be delighted to know that the group will present their show for Christmas in the Town Hall on Friday December the 19th at 8pm.
This is one of the most looked forward to Christmas events of the season in Ramelton and Tickets are on Sale at €10 and can be purchased in Whoriskey’s Ramelton or Kevin McFadden’s shop. ...read more

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Swan at the Bought, Ramelton
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Ramelton Audio Heritage Tour

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“The Ramelton Audio Heritage Tour" for your MP3 or mobile phone.

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Ramelton Audio Heritage Tour Brochure 

2.) Get your Audio File
Ramelton Audio Heritage Tour (mp3)

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last update 11-Dec-2014

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