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Welcome to Crossakiel

Crossakiel is a small village 10 kilometers outside Kells and is famous for the Kells Motorbike Road Races. This website was setup to help promote local businesses and to provide a portal for residents regarding local news and information relating to the surrounding areas.

If you have any information in relation to activities in the village or would like to advertise your business or services, please email us via the contact form on the site.

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March 2022

Dear Resident,

This letter has been put together by North Meath Road Races. We would like to keep you informed and up to date on our 2022 Road Racing Event. The event has been scheduled for the 18 – 19 June 2022. It is intended that the committee of the North Meath Road Racing Club keep in close communication with residents to ensure inconvenience and disruption is kept to an absolute minimum. Kells Road Race - 2022

Everyone who is affected by Road Closures will receive their residents pass in good time before the races. Without the help and cooperation of both residents and landowners in Crossakiel, this event would not be a success. A full traffic management plan will be in place for the event and pedestrian access will be maintained as much as possible. However, the race route will need to remain sterile at certain times during race and practice periods. There will be marshals and event officials to assist and advise you during the weekend.

We aim to make Kells Road Races a safe and enjoyable experience for all involved. We appreciate that this may cause some inconvenience but we hope that this will be outweighed by the significant benefits that the races will bring to the village and community. In the lead up to the races we encourage everyone to please voice your opinions and concerns. We will keep all residents and landowners full up to-date with times, dates and road closing schedules.

Due to Covid19 our planning schedule is slightly behind out usual time line. Again we would like to take this opportunity to thank both residents and landowners for your continued support of the races.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

North Meath Road Races Ltd
Contact Numbers: Diarmaid Corcoran 083 4610469

Directions

Coming in from the South (Dublin) - Take the R168 Old Castle Road out of Kells towards Oldcastle and following this for 10km until you come to a fork in the road. Take the left turn signed posted for Crossakiel, which will take you straight into Crossakiel village.

Coming in from the North (Cavan) - There is access to Crossakiel from Carnaross, however, Crossakiel is not sign posted at the crossroads. So if your not familar with the roads, proceed to Kells Town and Take the R168 Old Castle Road out of Kells towards Oldcastle and following this for 10km until you come to a fork in the road. Take the left turn signed posted for Crossakiel, which will take you straight into Crossakiel village.

The Latitude is: 53.71548
The Longitude is -7.01848