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Kinnegad

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Kinnegad or Kinagad (Irish: Cionn Átha Gad, meaning "‘the head of the ford of withes") is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is on the border with County Meath, near the junction of the M6 and the M4 motorways - two of Ireland's main east–west roads. It is roughly 60 km from the capital, Dublin.

From 1996–2016, there was a considerable increase in Kinnegad's population, from 517 to 2,745 inhabitants. According to the 2016 census, approximately 79% of the town's housing stock (715 out of 907 households) was built between 1991–2010. Tesco Ireland opened a supermarket in the town in late 2010. In 2014, a hotel, which stands on the site of a former pub, "Harry's of Kinnegad", was opened. The Kinnegad Plaza opened in 2019. Aldi opened a store in the town in July 2019.

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