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  Athenry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Athenry (Átha an Rí - Ford of the Kings - in Irish) is an agricultural town in County Galway, Ireland.
One of the attractions of the town is its medieval castle.
Athenry lies on the Galway–Dublin main line of the Irish rail network, at the junction of that route with the disused Limerick–Sligo line (dubbed the Western Railway Corridor – see Irish railway history).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Athenry   (246 words)

  
 Athenry Lodge : Nelson boutique luxury bed breakfast accommodation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Athenry Lodge, which is central to many of Nelson’s finest attractions including the world-renowned Abel Tasman National Park, offers premium boutique Nelson bed and breakfast accommodation.
We have three queen and one twin room, all with en-suite facilities, toiletries, hairdryers and robes, (two including baths and balconies) as well there is a private loft studio adjacent to the main house with en suite, spa bath, fridge, tea and coffee facilities, toiletries, hairdryer and a large balcony.
Athenry Lodge is situated just 50 minutes drive from the start of Abel Tasman National Park, and a similar distance from Nelson’s two other national parks, Kahurangi and Nelson Lakes, so makes a perfect launching pad for those seeking to experience the clean green New Zealand heartland.
www.athenrylodge.co.nz   (300 words)

  
 Athenry
It was the 'dream' of Canon Canton, Parish Priest of Athenry to have a community of Sisters in Athenry to assist in the work of education.
This was a new venture and though Athenry was but a short distance away, the whole event had the air of great sacrifice and of moving out into the unknown.
A year or so after the arrival of the Sisters in Athenry plans were afoot for a new Primary school to be built close to the Convent.
www.iol.ie /~presnpro/irewest/athenry2.html   (679 words)

  
 AthenryFC
Athenry last though a goal in the last 4 minutes to a team who were clearly playing for penalties.
Athenry continued the second half on the front foot and with Tony 'O' Shaughnessy and Niall Thomas outstanding in defense Medtronic were limited to long range shots.
Athenry equalised when a Paddy Gilhooley free kick was flicked on by both 'O' Shaughnessy and Lynch for David Donoghue to score in the bottom corner.
www.geocities.com /athenryfc2003/bteamresults.htm   (1882 words)

  
 Welcome to Athenry Soccer Club Results
Athenry put in a great performance in spite of missing 6 regulars and but for a poor referee would have got a draw.
Athenry continued to dominate the second half despite having to make 2 changes due to injury at half time.
Athenry scored the first league goal after 12 seconds when John Ryan scored a spectacular goal with a 20 yard shot in to the top corner after great passing by Liam Rabbitte and Alan Lynch.
www.geocities.com /athenryfc/secondreports.html   (885 words)

  
 Athenry Golf Club County Galway, Ireland Athenry County Galway
Athenry Golf Club located mid way between Athenry and Oranmore at the townland of Palmerstown.
Athenry Golf Club is a mixture of parkland and heathland built on a limestone base against the backdrop of a large forest giving excellent drainage and remaining playable all year round.
Athenry has several other local attractions, ample tourist accommodation and restaurants to cater for every taste.
www.ebookireland.com /athenrygolf.htm   (330 words)

  
 Athenry Golf Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Athenry is situated mid way between Athenry and Oranmore at the townland of Palmerstown in the scenically beautiful Co. Galway.
The flat tree-lined parkland course is a mixture of parkland and heathland built on a limestone base against the backdrop of a large forest, giving excellent drainage and remaining playable all year round.
Celebrating its centenary last year this pleasant test of golf on the outskirts of Galway City offers a challenge for golfers of all standards on a course, which is quiet mid-week.
www.irishgolfcourses.co.uk /west/athenry.php   (109 words)

  
 Athenry -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Athenry (Áth an Rí - Ford of the Kings - in (The Celtic language of Ireland) Irish) is an agricultural town in (Click link for more info and facts about County Galway) County Galway, (An island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) Ireland.
It lies 25 km to the east of (A port city in western Ireland on Galway Bay) Galway city.
One of the attractions of the town is its medieval (A large building formerly occupied by a ruler and fortified against attack) castle.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/a/at/athenry.htm   (355 words)

  
 Baron Athenry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The title of Baron Athenry was created in the Peerage of Ireland in 1172.
Baron was created Earl of Louth in the Peerage of Ireland in 1749, but both titles became extinct upon his death in 1799.
Edmond Bermingham, 15th Baron Athenry (resigned 1645 in favour of his brother)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Baron_Athenry   (75 words)

  
 Athenry Parish Newsletter Archive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Athenry woman Rose Barrett, who recently completed a course in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, is off to Ecuador this summer to teach English to underprivileged children in the resort town of Bahia de Caraquaz.
Businesses, Trades and Voluntary Services in the parishes of Athenry, Craughwell, Gurteen, Kiltullagh/Killimordaly and Monivea that wish to be included in the soon to be published “Business, Trade Religious and Voluntary Services Directory” for these parishes are requested to contact Athenry Area Development Company at (091) 845422 as soon as possible.
A Park and Ride facility in Oranmore, commuter rail to Tuam and Athenry and a clamp-down on commuter parking are just some of the measures recommended in the Galway City Council’s Draft Development Plan in a bid to provide for an integrated sustainable transport system.
www.athenry.net /newsletter_archive.html   (993 words)

  
 Athenry - Galway
Athenry, 15 miles east of Galway, proudly claims to be the finest surviving medieval town in Ireland.
As a result, Athenry still retains more and better medieval monuments than anywhere else in the country.
Not only is Athenry's street-plan unchanged since medieval times, but its town walls, with wide surrounding moat, five out of six wall towers and one fine arched gateway surviving, are without doubt the most impressive and best of their period.
www.heritagetowns.com /athenry.html   (245 words)

  
 Property in Galway residential listings - Cathal Moran, Athenry
Beautifully presented 4 bedroom semi detached residence within walking distance of Athenry town centre and railway station in popular residential estate.
Beautifully presented 3 bedroom semi detached residence in upmarket new estate in Athenry, Co. Galway.
Excellent 5 bedroom two storey residence in popular residential area close to Athenry Golf Course and within easy commuting distance of Galway city which is approximately 10 miles.
www.cathalmoran.com /htmlsite/resinditiallisting.asp   (1638 words)

  
 Book Headings (Turoe and Athenry)
The Turoe Stone was first brought to the attention of the public in 1902 and since then it has become recognised as one of the most important pieces of stone art in Europe.
From Clarenbridge it ran to Athenry and east to Knockatogher, where it swung south through Raford and, according to local oral history, on to Knocknadala and Turoe.
Ptolemy’s ‘Auteinri’ is a perfect Greek rendition of the ancient name of Athenry, Ait an Ri, as it was pronounced.
www.turoeandathenry.com /headings.htm   (1773 words)

  
 Athenry Equestrian Centre - South Africa - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Athenry Equestrian Centre is located at our new premesis, just north of Dainfern.
It is in the heart of horse country, a short drive from Johannesburg or Pretoria.
Athenry prides itself on its friendly atmosphere, personal attention and well looked after horses, making it the ideal yard for a beginner or a competitive rider.
home.global.co.za /~martinu   (637 words)

  
 Athenry Electrical Limited   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Athenry Electrical Ltd is an established electrical contracting business based in East Tamaki.
Athenry Electrical Ltd continues to expand with the successes of these sectors while focusing on the areas of Design, Manufacture and Maintenance.
Athenry Electrical Ltds expertise is in the following:
www.athenryelectrical.co.nz   (142 words)

  
 Pat Callanan - Property Sales Athenry - Residential Property   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This splendid detached two storey residence is currently being constructed at Castlellen, Athenry and is situated a distance of approx 2 miles from the town centre.
This four bedroom semi-detached overlooks a large green area and is situated just a short stroll from all the amenities available in the town centre and local schools making it the ideal family home.
Located approximately 11 miles from Galway and 5 from Athenry the residence is situated amoungst a small enclave of exclusive large houses with a view of a local horse trainer's gallops from the rear.
indigo.ie /~patcall/resid.htm   (3846 words)

  
 Galway Auctioneers, Property in Galway, Athenry from Cathal Moran
This is an excellent attractive parcel of land situated approximately 2.5 miles from Monivea and approximately 8 miles from Athenry town in a nice country setting with a small stream to rear.
Cathal Moran and Co. Auctioneers are delighted to bring to the market a beautifully restored unique country cottage property incorporating two original cottages in one together with an array of outbuildings on a fine c.
With Cathal’s indepth knowledge of the Galway city residential and commercial property markets, the firm is also active in the Galway city market and Galway County.
www.cathalmoran.com   (508 words)

  
 Athenry - athenry.net
Athenry Musical Society Race Night takes place on Friday 4th November in the Castlegate Hotel starting at 9.30p.m.
Athenry Town Twinning: Committee Meeting on Wednesday 2nd November at 8p.m.
Representatives of clubs, organizations, groups who wish to be involved in the harvest Festival mass in Newcastle (10.30a.m.) and Athenry (11.30a.m.) on 6th November please contact (091) 844076.
www.athenry.net   (248 words)

  
 Athenry Town, County Galway, Ireland, Athenry Heritage Town Information Athenry County Galway
Athenry Town, County Galway, Ireland, Athenry Heritage Town Information Athenry County Galway
Athenry, a medieval town situated 23km from Galway City is steeped in history.
Athenry is in the heart of rich farming country, made famous by the popular song "The Fields of Athenry".
www.ebookireland.com /athenry.htm   (282 words)

  
 Athenry Surgery 091-844489
This practice was first opened in 1983 in a premises on Court Lane, Athenry.
We moved to a new purpose built surgery in Caheroyn Crescent ten years ago.
In parallel with the expansion of Athenry town, we have had to expand and enlarge our facility and an extensive renovation has just been completed.
www.athenrysurgery.com   (95 words)

  
 Cantaria: Contemporary: Fields of Athenry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
MP3 (429 K) Fields of Athenry is performed by Jill Anderson
Notes: Pete St. John is known as the author of this song, at least in its popular form, but the words go back to a broadsheet ballad that was published in the 1880's.
It's so lonely round the fields of Athenry.
www.chivalry.com /cantaria/lyrics/fields-athenry.html   (454 words)

  
 John Kelly Auctioneers Athenry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Established in Old Church St, Athenry, Co.Galway, since 1988.
There are exellent local shops, schools at primary and second level.
Athenry is only fifteen minutes away from Galway city centre.
www.johnkellyauctioneers.ie   (104 words)

  
 Origins: Fields of Athenry
He says Athenry is kind of a dumpy place, not very impressive at all.
I was never clear on which Athenry they were refering to in the song, we have one here in Galway, but it's been disputed that the song was for us ::pout::.
The assertion is that the Fields of Athenry was printed in 1888 in Dublin by someone called Devlin.
www.mudcat.org /thread.cfm?threadid=2053&messages=96   (8320 words)

  
 Sherry Fitzgerald :: Pat Callanan
Originally named Pat Callanan property sales, we joined the Sherry FitzGerald group in March 2002 and recently opened our second Sherry FitzGerald office in Castle Street, Loughrea which is managed by John Dolan I.A.V.I. B.Sc.Surv..
The office in Athenry is directed and managed by Pat Callanan himself and with a second auctioneer on board Ms.
Joining the Sherry FitzGerald group has ensured that we can give our clients, both vendors and purchasers the best service possible and with 100 offices nationwide we are capable of finding property in any part of the county to suit our clients requirements no matter how far a field.
www.patcallanan.com   (153 words)

  
 The Fields of Athenry
Kitten: Sport isn't an idiocy, what is an idiocy is the drivel I have to delete/censor (oh bad me) around here.
The comments on 'The Fields of Athenry' though have been great, this one string of comments is the only reason I keep the comments on the whole site open.
And finally, the song is set against a backdrop of the famine, it isn't about the famine.
blue.carisenda.com /archives/000750.html   (1023 words)

  
 Fields of Athenry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Fields of Athenry By a lonely prison wall
As we wandered through the fields of Athenry.
Whilst she is lonely in the fields of Athenry.
www.alphalink.com.au /~datatree/fldathen.htm   (68 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ireland
Successful at first, his allies beyond the Shannon were almost annihilated in the battle of Athenry (1316); and two years later he was himself defeated and slain at Faughart.
His ruin had been effected by a combination of the Anglo-Irish lords, and this still further inflated their pride.
Birmingham became Lord of Athenry and Earl of Louth, Fitzgerald Earl of Kildare, his kinsman Earl of Desmond, de Burgo Earl of Ulster, Butler Earl of Ormond.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08098b.htm   (18270 words)

  
 Pete St. John Works - Fields of Athenry
Now a prison ship lies waiting in the bay.
Our love was on the wing we had dreams and songs to sing
Now you must raise our child with dignity.
www.petestjohn.com /fields.htm   (72 words)

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