Sonairte – October 2020



The cafe and cafe courtyard will remain closed for another few weeks due to social distance requirements but there are snacks and ice cream for picnics in the garden available in the Eco Shop along with Sonairte certified organic 100% plastic free packaged veg for sale in the Eco Shop and via the delivery scheme, a range of Fair Trade and environmentally friendly products and amazing value- as well as sustainable fashion – in our everything 2 euro 2nd hand shop. We would love to see you and really appreciate the support of our community.

Online Store

Our always popular Vegetable Boxes are back for delivery only.

Each box contains a selection of local seasonal produce grown in the Sonairte organic garden.

At the moment we’ve got lots of lovely fresh leafy veg great for salads or cooking.

For the safety of our staff and customers we are currently operating a delivery only service due to covid-19 restrictions.

Please note: we can only deliver to Julianstown, Bettystown, Laytown, Mornington, Donacarney and Drogheda town. When you order a veg box or raised bed you can also add items from our eco-shop online catalogue to their order for delivery. To do this, select the ‘add items from eco-shop

Walk And Talk

We were delighted to be joined by local historian Brendan Matthews for a walk around Sonairte. It went down amazingly with all who came. learning about all the history of the area and Sonairte. We now hope to have Brendan come the first Sunday of every month. so keep an eye on our social media pages.

Tour around Sonairte
Tour of Sonairte


Sonairte – the National Ecology Centre are delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new project that will benefit our local wild species and habitats.

Funded by the EU LEADER programme

“The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas”

and supported by the Meath Local Action Group, Sonairte have commissioned a Local

Biodiversity Action Plan for this part of East Meath, encompassing the area between the River Nanny and River Boyne, and bordered to the west by the M50 motorway. We will be looking at how our natural and built areas may be managed in order to maximise their value for wildlife and biodiversity.

We have just commenced consultation on this project and we would love to hear from residents, landowners, business owners and anyone who cares about our local landscapes and biodiversity. A link to an online survey is available here: and will be available on our website and posted on our Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram.

Social media channels. Paper questionnaire surveys will also be available at Sonairte Eco Shop and local Community Centres. The deadline for completion is the 19th of October 2020. We look forward to hearing from you soon!


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