Drogheda Polish School marching in the Drogheda St. Patrick's Day Parade on Peter Street. Pictures by Jenny Matthews.
Participants and spectators alike braved a bracing cold wind and freezing conditions for the annual Saint Patrick's Day parade through Drogheda. The parade followed the usual route, but there was nothing usual about the weather. A strong easterly wind made it a challenge for those taking part, while the crowds watching struggled to keep warm. However, everyone seemed to enjoy themselves.
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This article was written by Anthony Murphy
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