Town of Trim - love the name of the barbershop!
Soon after proclaiming Christianity in Ireland, St. Patrick built a church here on land granted to him by the son of the High King.
After the Anglo-Norman invasion, towards the end of the 12th century, Henry II granted the whole of Meath to Hugh de Lacy. De Lacy decided to make Trim his headquarters and built a magnificent castle on the outskirts of the town.
The Yellow Steeple is the most prominent of the many ruins in Trim. It overlooks the town from a ridge directly opposite Trim Castle. Originally part of the 13th century St. Mary's Augustinian Abbey, the steeple dates from 1368. Geoffrey de Geneville, Lord of Meath, founded the black Friary of the Dominicans in 1263.
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