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  • We are a Donore, County Meath family run business specialising in all aspects of paving and driveway construction.

     

    paving contractors Donore, County Meath

     

    With over 20 years experience, we have earned a big reputation for our service and quality. We only use top quality materials and our team is of a very high standard.

    Whatever your requirement, a stunning new driveway, a beautiful new patio or garden seating area, we are able of offer a wide variety of colours, styles and patterns to ensure a unique finish that will not only look great, but will withstand the elements for years to come.

    Based in Donore, County Meath, we cover all areas in Donore, County Meath and the surrounding areas.

     

    Your Donore, County Meath, professional driveway, patio and block paving experts.

     

    Donore, County Meath paving contractors

    We pride ourselves on being one the longest established driveway companies in the Donore, County Meath.

     

    A new driveway from STM Donore, County Meath Block Paving is one of the finest investments you can make, with a full range of contemporary and traditional block paving available.

    Donore (Irish: Dún Uabhair, meaning “Fort of pride”),[1] historically Dunower, is a small village near Drogheda in County Meath, Ireland.

    It lies on the Meath–Louth border in the Boyne Valley on the road between Drogheda and the Brú na Bóinne heritage site. Donore is only 2 km from the visitors’ centre at Brú na Bóinne. During the late 17th century, the village was used as a defensive position by the Jacobite army of King James II against King William III during the Battle of the Boyne (1690). The Battle of the Boyne between King William III and his father-in-law, King James II, was fought on 1 July 1690 (11 July according to our modern calendar). Both kings commanded their armies in person, 36,000 on the Williamite side and 25,000 on the Jacobite side – the largest number of troops ever deployed on an Irish battlefield. At stake were the British throne, French dominance in Europe and power in Ireland. The Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre is located in the recently restored 18th century Oldbridge House, which is on the battlesite. Free access to the battlesite, parklands and the formal gardens.