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  Clonmel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clonmel (Cluain Meala in Irish) is a medium-sized town situated in the county of South Tipperary, Ireland.
Clonmel was built up significantly in medieval times, and many remainders of this past can be found in the town itself.
Charles Bianconi, onetime mayor of Clonmel, ran his pioneering public transport system of horse-drawn carriages from the town.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Clonmel   (338 words)

 Clonmel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel (Irish : Cluain Meala) is a medium-sized town situated in south County Tipperary, Ireland.
Charles Bianconi was once mayor of Clonmel, and also ran his horse-drawn carriages as a public transport ation system from the town.
Clonmel would later be connected to the Waterford and Limerick Railway.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Clonmel.html   (433 words)

 CLONMEL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel (Iers-Gaelisch: Cluain Meala) is een middel-grote stad in het zuiden van County Tipperary, Ierland.
Clonmel is met name in de Middeleeuwen gebouwd, en bewijzen hiervoor kunnen nog steeds in de stad worden teruggevonden.
Charles Bianconi was eens de burgemeester van Clonmel, en zette zijn paard-en-wagens in als een soort vroeg publiek transport.
www.thumpershollow.com /encyclopedia/C/Clonmel   (297 words)

 Clonmel -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel (Cluain Meala in (The Celtic language of Ireland) Irish) is a medium-sized town situated in south (Click link for more info and facts about County Tipperary) County Tipperary, (An island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) Ireland.
Clonmel was built up significantly in (Click link for more info and facts about medieval) medieval times, and many remainders of this past can be found in the town itself.
In recent times Clonmel has become the home to many large multi-national companies, particularly in the (Drug or medicine that is prepared or dispensed in pharmacies and used in medical treatment) pharmaceutical area.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/cl/clonmel.htm   (507 words)

 CLONMEL - LoveToKnow Article on CLONMEL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel is built on both sides of the Suir, and also occupies Moore and Long Islands, which are connected with the mainland by three bridges.
The principal buildings are the parish church, two Roman Catholic churches, a Franciscan friary, two convents, an endowed school dating from 1685, and the various county buildings.
Remains of the wall are seen in the churchyard, and the West Gate still stands in the main street.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /C/CL/CLONMEL.htm   (400 words)

 Siege of Clonmel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Siege of Clonmel took place in April - May 1650 during the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland when the town of Clonmel in southern Ireland was besieged by Oliver Cromwell’s New Model Army.
Cromwell was in a hurry to take the town as he was being summoned back to England by the English Parliament to deal with a Royalist uprising there.
As a result he tried to take Clonmel immediately by assault, rather than opt for a lengthy siege.Cromwell’s artillery battered a breach in the town walls, which his infantry was supposed to storm and then open the main town gate to let in Cromwell himself and the Parliamentarian cavalry.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Siege_of_Clonmel   (486 words)

 Central Technical Institute Clonmel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel owes its origins to William de Burgo, who established a manor here in the closing decade of the twelfth century.
Clonmel is conscious of its rich historical and cultural heritage.
Clonmel was the only town in Ireland to repulse the might of Cromwell.
www.iol.ie /~cloncti/clonmel.html   (386 words)

 Tom Pollard & Co.
Clonmel is a town of Anglo-Norman Origin nesting on the Banks of the River Suir, situated beneath the famous Comeragh Mountains in the Valley of Slievenamon.
Clonmel is unique in that it is a microcosm of Ireland and Irish Society.
Clonmel is a town of Anglo-Norman origin, situated on the banks of the River Suir, nestling between the famous Comeragh Mountains and Slievenamon in the Suir Valley.
www.tompollard.com /aboutclonmel.php   (407 words)

 Clonmel Rugby Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel’s downfall was the inability to secure lineout ball during the first half and as a result, Kilfeacle scored all of their points in this period.
Clonmel made a number of positional changes at half time and although Richie Powell, David Wright and Paul Denn had good games, but John Gallagher was the shining star in the Clonmel side.
Clonmel were by far the better side in the second half, but were unlucky not to get on the scoreboard.
www.clonmelrfc.com /u16.htm   (254 words)

 Clonmel Rugby Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel 18’s had better fortune in their match and run out winners by 22 points to 5.
Clonmel started of well and were adventurous with their back line play.
The score was now 27 – 7, but unfortunately the Clonmel slumber continued and in the space of 5 minutes, Waterpark took control and scored two try’s one of which was converted to leave the scoreline 27 – 19 and Clonmel in real trouble.
www.clonmelrfc.com /u18.htm   (833 words)

 Clonmel Poor Law Union and Workhouse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel Poor Law Union was formed on 25th March 1839 and covered an area of 139 square miles.
Tipperary: Clonmel (8), Innislonaghty (2), Kilshelan, Lisronagh, Newchapel, Temple Etny.
The first Clonmel Union workhouse was an adaptation of the existing House of Industry located to the west of the town on the north bank of the Suir in a district known as Upper Irishtown.
users.ox.ac.uk /~peter/workhouse/Clonmel/Clonmel.html   (766 words)

In recent years it had fallen into disrepair and a group of concerned citizens organised its restoration, putting on a new roof, relieving the pressure on the arches by steel beams built in the walls and tying east and west faces by steel tie bars concealed in the floors.
Recently a limestone plaque commemorating Clonmel born author Lawrence Sterne was installed on the east face of the building by sculptor Frances Dietrich.
TIPPERARY S.R. Established in 1974 when the county council assumed responsibility for the Clonmel museum which had been in existence since the 1940s Extensive renovations were carried out in 1989-1990 and it now occupies all of a fine 19th century house in Parnell St., with a porch by William Tinsley, a noted local architect.
ireland.iol.ie /~tip/clontour.htm   (2535 words)

 Clonmel page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel is a market town and is the capital town of County Tipperary, Ireland.
It is situated on the river Suir, has a population of approx.
An initiative to mark the 350th anniversary of the Siege of Clonmel in the Millenium year
www.iol.ie /~kevnilse/clonmel.html   (87 words)

 Historic shipwrecks: the story of the Clonmel
Early on the morning of 2 January 1841 the paddle steamer Clonmel, bound from Sydney to Melbourne with passengers and a mixed cargo shuddered to a halt on a sand bar at the entrance of what is now known as Port Albert.
However, when dawn broke on January 2, Clonmel's passenger were faced with the exposed and inhospitable shores of a low sandy spit now known as Snake Island and the realisation that their precious cargo that had been either damaged or totally destroyed.
Clonmel was no common steamer but the pride of the fledgling colony.
www.heritage.vic.gov.au /page.asp?ID=122   (696 words)

 Welcome to Clonmel Town.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel is situated in the ‘Suir’s lovely valley’.
Clonmel is surrounded by rolling mountains to the South, the Comeraghs and Slievenamon to the North.
This is a moment in history unique to Clonmel and one of which the region is very proud.
www.tippinst.ie /about/location/clonmel_index.htm   (216 words)

 Holidayhound - Tipperary, Clonmel Town; Galtees, Bulmers cider, Arts, Music, Slievenamon, Limerick, Waterford   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel is set on the N24, the main road from Limerick to Waterford, practically on the border with Co. Waterford.
Clonmel used to be the base for the Bianconi coaches, the most successful coach business in Ireland in the early 19th century.
Next to the Bulmers plant in Clonmel is a park called Linden Village, which coincidentally is the name of one of Bulmers' rival cider producers (all this talk of cider is making me thirsty - ed.).
www.holidayhound.com /editorials/t1tipcloadvice.htm   (634 words)

In Clonmel Sept. 27 the mansion of Denis M'Cathy, Esq.
Burke was absent in Clonmel, and the house was
Clonmel for the birth of one of her sister Mary's two children.
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 AIR - Association of Irish Racecourse Owners
Clonmel, a very historic, interesting town, lies at the foot of the Comeragh Mountains and is situated in the valley of the broad and beautiful river Suir.
Clonmel races always attracts large fields and it is not uncommon to have in excess of 120 horses running at any one meeting.
In 1988 a Supporters Club was formed whose aim is to promote racing at Clonmel by obtaining additional sponsorship, increasing prize money and improving amenities and further encourage local interest and involvement.
www.air.ie /aircoursecon083.htm   (215 words)

 Reading Borough Council : Business > Business support and advice > Twinning with Clonmel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel is situated on the River Suir with the famous Comeragh mountains nearby, just 2 1/2 hours from Dublin and 1 1/2 hours from Cork.
The town Clonmel, the name means Meadow of Honey, boasts a remarkable heritage trail.
The population of Clonmel is 15,800 and the main employment is medical and care products, minerals and drinks manufacture.
www.reading.gov.uk /General.asp?id=SX1423-A77F7488&cat=21   (107 words)

 Clonmel Town
Clonmel, a medieval town, is situated on the River Suir, with the...
Clonmel town is situated 13 miles from Carrick-on-Suir and 23 miles from Waterford City, on the...
Clonmel town is situated 13 miles from Carrick-on-Suir and 23 miles from...
www.youghalholidays.com /irelandresorts/7/ireland-resorts530.html   (621 words)

 Home :: Clonmel.ie - Community Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Featuring the best places to stay in Clonmel, a detailed heritage trail and a list of interesting activities, this section will give a taste of Clonmel to both a National and International audience.
Clonmel, a medieval town, is situated on the River Suir, with the Comeragh Mountains to the south and Slievenamon to the east.
The Gaelic Translation of Clonmel is Cluain Meala, the Honey Meadow.
www.clonmel.ie   (283 words)

 Information - Central Technical Institute.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
More info on Clonmel may be obtained from the online news and events portal for Clonmel.
The Portal is an online guide to clonmel providing information on the region, this includes history, events, current news, where to go out in Clonmel etc. Visit it and you will no doubt find many reasons to come to Clonmel.
Clonmel is a town for all walks of life.
www.cti-clonmel.ie /clonmel.html   (548 words)

 Clonmel Racecourse, Clonmel Races, Clonmel Horse Racing Festival, Clonmel Race Course, Tipperary Racecourse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel is a right handed oval of 1 1/4 miles with a run in of 2 1/2 furlongs and an uphill finish.
Clonmel, an historic town, lies at the foot of the Comeragh Mountains and is situated in the valley of the beautiful River Suir.
Clonmel racecourse (Powerstown Park) is located in a picturesque setting north of the town.
www.hri.ie /racing_info/racecourses.asp?CourseID=3   (366 words)

 Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Clonmel page has been updated with information on Camping and Caravaning and on the Park-and-Ride system than will be in place over the weekend.
Clonmel is gearing up to host another spectacular Fleadh Cheoil with preparations well advanced for one of Europe's biggest cultural festivals this August when up to a quarter of a million visitors will converge on the
The search for a bed in and as close to Clonmel as possible is now on as thousands plan a trip to the town which hosts Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann again this year.
www.clonmelfleadh.com   (646 words)

 Clonmel Town F.C. :: Clonmel.ie - Community Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Following that meeting the club was formed on April 23rd 1963, with 'Bohemians Clonmel' being adopted as the name of the club.
During the 1981/82 season Clonmel Town were runners up to Cobh Ramblers in the Munster Senior League and also lost out to Ramblers in the final of the Munster Senior Cup.
The club is currently embarking upon a major fund raising campaign to develop the Sports Complex as a premier sporting facility in Clonmel.This development programme will involve the installation of an all weather playing surface, heating system for the main hall and improvements to the showers and dressing rooms.
www.clonmel.ie /display.asp?pg=94   (607 words)

 Clonmel Images - Homepage
Clonmel is situated in the picturesque Valley of Slievenamon, in south Co. Tipperary, Ireland.
The newly-restored Main Guard stands at the junction of Clonmel's main street (O'Connell St.)and Gladstone St., at the very heart of the town.
It is a popular place to bring children to "feed the ducks", and as a pleasant walking area.
www.telltaledesign.com /clonmel_index.asp   (165 words)

 Brighton House, Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland - VisitClonmel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It is situated in the centre of Clonmel and is close to all amenities.
Brighton House, 1 Brighton Place, Clonmel, Co.Tipperary was built in the mid 1820s, one of four three story Georgian Houses on the lands of the Oakville Estates.
The Architect was J.Jones of the Quay, Clonmel.
www.visitclonmel.com /BrightonHouse.asp   (181 words)

 County Tipperary South Towns - Castlebaldwin, South Tipperary
The fact that Clonmel is a thriving shopping town is a reflection on the rich hinterland and good solid employment in the area.
The earliest reference to Clonmel is c1185 when William Fitzadlem de Burgo was granted lordship of the manor.
Clonmel is very proud also of its literary past being the birthplace of Laurence Sterne and Marguerite Power, Countess of Blessington, and the one time residence of Anthony Trollope.
www.countytipperary.com /south_tipperary/south_tipperary_clonmel.htm   (836 words)

 Clonmel Town Football Club Homepage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clonmel Town finish eighth overall in Danone World Nations Cup Final.
They proved to be wonderful ambassador's and we along with everybody in Clonmel applaud them loudly for this magnificent achievement.
It is important to remember and recognise everybody who worked hard to achieve this momentous moment in Clonmel Town's already illustrious history.
www.clonmeltownfc.com   (1712 words)

 Seagate to Close Manufacturing Facility in Clonmel, Ireland
Despite significant efforts to reduce costs in Clonmel, the highly structured nature of disc drive assembly makes the higher costs associated with the facility extremely difficult to overcome." Seagate has notified the Irish Minister for Enterprise, Trade, and Employment of its intention to cease manufacturing operations at its Clonmel plant.
Seagate will be working in cooperation with the employees, the IDA and other local and national government representatives in Ireland to mitigate as much as possible the effects of this closure to the community.
These forward-looking statements are based on current expectations and entail various risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements.
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