Wood Burning stoves in Ratoath
11th January 2019
Looking for Wood Burning Stoves in Ratoath
Vesta Stoves, based in the United Kingdom Manufacture and install Woodburning Stoves in Ratoath Our range of stoves are made in Lancashire and deliver directly to your door in Ratoath
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Ratoath (Irish: Ráth Tó, meaning “Tó’s ringfort”) is a town in the barony of the same name in County Meath, Ireland. The town is centred on the point where the R125 and R155 regional roads meet. In the 1996 census, the population was recorded as 1,061. In the 2006 census, it was 7,249. By 2011 the population reached 9,043. The Broad Meadow River (Irish: An Gabhair) flows through the town.
Ratoath is a commuter town with most of its adult population commuting to Dublin to work. Most of Ratoath’s population are from Dublin. More than three quarters of the population travelled to work by car. In 2011, 10.9% of the workforce was unemployed compared to the national average of 19%. This may be due to the small percentage of the Ratoath workers employed in the construction sector, with Ratoath having more people than average from higher socio-economic classes. Social class A, employers and managers constitute 717 of the 2,751 households. Ratoath has its own Secondary school known as Ratoath College.