Community Sports


Sorry for the short notice but we have just been advised to postpone the Family Fun – Multi Sports sessions tomorrow due to safety reasons with the weather forecast and the arrival of Storm Brian especially after Hurricane Ophelia on Monday. It is expected that heavy rain fall will take place later this afternoon into tomorrow evening with high winds also.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused, and thank you for your support offered for this programme it is greatly appreciated.

We will be back next week as normal on 28th Oct 2017 looking forward to seeing you all then!!!


As part of the Community Sports programme Meath LSP are running a Family Fun – Multi Sports programme to offer the opportunities to take part in a range of sports.Sports

Aerial Footage to highlight the traffic problems

As a follow up to the articles about local traffic congestion and the future Johnstown Changes we’re delighted to have Drone Services Irelandhelp us capture Aerial Footage to highlight the traffic problems in the Johnstown area at peak times.

See the posting on Navan South – Communities Uniteand join in the conversation.

If you missed the articles read the April and May Editions of the
Drone Services Ireland will be capturing Aerial Footage to highlight the traffic problems in the Johnstown area at peak time of 9am. These will be done from approximately 100M to avoid any privacy issues and are not directed at any houses, this is just to capture the extent of the problem in the area. If anyone has questions please let me know.

Will most likely be later in the week, Thursday or Friday morning depending on weather.



You can find the maps on the link above.

1. Proposed Athlumney Street Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge

2. Altering Convent Road for Cycle and Pedestrian Access Only

3. Proposed Permeability Links in the Johnstown Area


As part of the overall Greater Dublin Area (GDA) Cycle Network, Meath County Council is currently looking at proposals for the above areas of Navan.

This scheme is at a consultation stage. This is the first step to engage with the local community and we welcome feedback from the public.

No final decisions have been made on the scheme yet. When the final scheme is designed a statutory consultation period will commence under a Part VIII planning process.

Submissions regarding the above may be emailed to or by post to Meath County Council, Transportation Department, County Hall, Railway Street, Navan, Co Meath C15 AW81 on or before 5th December, 2016 and titled Johnstown, Navan Pedestrian and Cycle Improvements.