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  Accommodation in Tipperary Ireland-Map of Tipperary-Accommodation Guide
County Tipperary, also referred to as the 'Premier County' is the largest inland county in Ireland and is located in the province of Munster in the south west of Ireland.
Central Tipperary is occupied by the 'Golden Vale' one of the most fertile stretches of land in the country with an undulating landscape of green pastures, woodlands and mountains.
To the north of Tipperary lies Lough Derg the second largest lake in Ireland and widely regarded as Ireland's 'Pleasure Lake' due to the amount of water activities to be enjoy here.
tipperary.goireland.com /scripts/low/xq/asp/areatype.c/areaid.193/qx/area.htm   (796 words)

 North Tipperary - Definition, explanation
North Tipperary (Tiobraid Árann Thuaidh in Irish), known until 2002 as Tipperary North Riding, is an administrative county in the Republic of Ireland, consisting of 48% of the land area of the tradtional county of Tipperary.
North Tipperary was established in 1898 and has had a county council ever since, with separate assize courts since 1838.
North Tipperary County Council promotes North Tipperary as an independant local government area and regards the county as having its own distinctive culture and identity.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/n/no/north_tipperary.php   (418 words)

  Rural unrest in northern Tipperary 1750 to 1850   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
North Tipperary, that is north of the Keeper Mountains, in the early 18th cent was an area of improving communications and commercial agriculture.
The heartland of the new movement in Tipperary was the baronies of Middlethird, Slievardagh, and Iffa and Offa.
Tipperary was the most easterly of the counties whose population continued to grow quickly up to the eve of the famine.
www.grantonline.com /grant-family-genealogy/Tipperary/Shinrone/rural_unrest_in_northern_tippera.htm   (3107 words)

 North Tipperary Sports Partnership
The North Tipperary Sports Partnership and North Tipperary County Council are committed to enhancing the participation in sports and recreation by all in North Tipperary, and to improving the quality and services of these facilities.
In order for the North Tipperary Sports Partnership and North Tipperary County Council to identify what sports and community infrastructure currently exist in North Tipperary, and their condition, baseline data on each facility is required.
The North Tipperary County Council’s mission is “to improve the quality of the economic, social, and cultural life of our communities…by the provision of the services in co-operation with other Statutory Agencies, Local Community Groups and the public”.
www.ntsp.ie /facilities.html   (1568 words)

 North Tipperary Genealogy and Heritage Services, Ireland
North Tipperary have all the civil births, deaths and marriages for North Tipperary.
North Tipperary have transcribed all the gravestone inscriptions for all the graveyards in North Tipperary.
The 1901 Census is the earliest census surving in North Tipperary.
www.irish-roots.net /tipperary-north.asp   (235 words)

 North Tipperary County Childcare Website - Childminders page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The benefits of notification (both legal and voluntary) include receiving support from both the North Tipperary Childcare Committee and the HSE Pre-School Inspection Team, support and development through access to childcare training and networking with other childcare providers, ensuring the health safety and welfare of the children is paramount and availability of Childminding Development Grants.
The North Tipperary County Childcare Committee are here to support all childminders in the North Tipperary region.
In North Tipperary the Childminding Advisor is Lisa McGeeney.
www.northtipperarychildcare.ie /childminders.htm   (751 words)

 Botony Tipperary - County Tipperary - Travel in Ireland
North of the Comcraghs, across the valley of the Suir, in Tipperary, the broad cone of Slievenaman (2295 ft.) rises solitary and dominates the country for many miles.
In North Tipperary (Bed and Breakfasts, Tipperary, Ireland), some 20 to 30 miles north of the Galtees, there is a large area of hilly country stretching north-westward to the Shannon at Killaloc and north-eastward to the Devils Bit, near the borders of Offaly.
Rising on the boggy Coal-measure hills of North Kerry, it flows south for some 10 miles to the foot of the high hills which are grouped round Caher- barnagh (2239 ft.).
www.travelinireland.com /county/tipperary/tipperary_geography.htm   (1512 words)

 Tipperary Genealogy
Tipperary (Accommodation, Tipperary, Ireland), a county of Ireland, province of Munster, bounded N by King's and Queen's counties, E by Queen's county and Kilkenny, S by Waterford and Cork, and W by Limerick, Clare, and Galway.
Tipperary is known for its coalmines and slate quarries.
Tipperary borders the mountain ranges of the Galtees, the Knockmealdowns and the Silvermines.
www.travelinireland.com /county/tipperary/tipperary_genealogy.htm   (547 words)

 North Tipperary Information
North Tipperary (Tiobraid Árann Thuaidh in Irish), known until 2002 as Tipperary North Riding, is an administrative county in the Republic of Ireland, consisting of 48% of the land area of the traditional county of Tipperary.
North Tipperary was established in 1898 and has had a county council ever since, with separate assize courts since 1838.
North Tipperary County Council promotes North Tipperary as an independent local government area and regards the county as having its own distinctive culture and identity.
www.bookrags.com /North_Tipperary   (174 words)

The abbey church appears to have been 44 feet in length and 18 feet in width; the arches of the choir, and of the western entrance, are of the Norman semicircular character, and decorated with rich and varied mouldings embellished with highly wrought ornaments.
To the north of the church is a small oratory, and the abbey and a separate room for the abbott were formerly to be traced.
On the north and east boundaries of the parish, between it and that of Dromineer,is the Bay of Youghal, said to be one of the safest in the river.
members.shaw.ca /cullen/Miscellany/Civil-Parishes-of-Northern-Tipperary.htm   (12815 words)

 B&B Tipperary Bed and Breakfast Ireland - an Ireland B&B Network website
County Tipperary belongs to the province of Munster and covers an area of 4,303 km².
Due to this the county is divided into North and South Tipperary with its capitals Nenagh and Clonmel.
Tipperary also offers a wide range of outdoor activities as it is bound by mountains in the south and west and Lough Derg in the north.
www.tipperary-bnb.com   (370 words)

 Tipperary.com-Broadband in Tipperary
North Tipperary GBS2 proposals have been approved by the Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources for the provision of broadband services to underserved communities in
Tipperary North County Enterprise Board organised a number of events in 2005 and 2006 to promote awareness by owner/managers of the benefits of broadband.
The seminars were organised by the Tipperary North County Enterprise Board in association with the North Tipperary Broadband Group, Thurles, Roscrea and Nenagh Chambers of Commerce and Templemore Traders Association.
www.tipperary.com /business/northtipp.htm   (839 words)

 Tipperary County, Ireland, Travel and Tourism Guide for North and South Tipperary County
Ireland's largest inland county, Tipperary is known for its rich scenery comprised of plains, mountains, hills and river valleys.
For administrative purposes, Tipperary County is divided into two parts: North Tipperary with county town Nenagh and South Tipperary with county town Clonmel.
Golden Vale, stretching from north to south at the centre of Tipperary County, is a rich pastoral land.
ireland.dublinevents.com /tipperary   (674 words)

 Familia: Tipperary County Library
Tipperary North Riding County Council, The Courthouse, Nenagh.
Tipperary North Family History Foundation - church records for North Tipperary apart from the Catholic parishes which are situated in the Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly
The County Tipperary Historical Society, publisher of the Tipperary Historical Journal, is administered at Tipperary Libraries.
www.familia.org.uk /services/eire/tipperary.html   (388 words)

Tipperary Diaspora from the media, business, arts and politics got an early breakfast call in central Dublin recently where they were invited by the Thurles Marketing Group to become Ambassadors for their county and assist in raising the profile of the area as a technologically advanced business environment.
Tipperary people sprang up from all corners of the city including Dublin Zoo; Montrose; the print and broadcasting media and Dáil Eireann to hear about new developments in the county - Tipperary Technology Park, the Tipperary Institute and the connectivity which Thurles enjoys in terms of road, rail and broadband.
Stressing that Tipperary Technology Park is just 1/50th of a second from anywhere in the world, Shannon Development`s Brian Keating said that the facilities are on a par with the best in Silicon Valley, New York, London or Dublin.
www.tnceb.ie /aboutus_news2.htm?newsid2=89   (567 words)

 Civil Defence North Tipperary > Home
Civil Defence North Tipperary also collects anonymous demographic information, which is not unique to you, such as your ZIP code, age, gender, preferences, interests and favorites.
Civil Defence North Tipperary may also contact you via surveys to conduct research about your opinion of current services or of potential new services that may be offered.
Civil Defence North Tipperary may, from time to time, contact you on behalf of external business partners about a particular offering that may be of interest to you.
local.mobhaile.ie /civildefencenorthtipperary/Home/tabid/2096/ctl/Privacy/Default.aspx   (1016 words)

 Tipperary Libraries > Local Studies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Tipperary Studies is a reference library and research centre dedicated to the collection of material on all aspects of County Tipperary.
Tipperary Studies aims to collect and make freely accessible as comprehensive a collection of material relating to the history of Tipperary as possible, including published books, journals, newspapers, photographs, audio visual material microform, manuscripts and ephemera.
Tipperary Libraries is also home to the County Tipperary Historical Society.
www.tipperarylibraries.ie /local_studies/index.shtml   (1091 words)

 Tipperary Libraries > Events, Clubs & News > Thurles Library/Tipperary Studies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The centre is being jointly developed by North Tipperary Co. Council and the Joint Libraries Committee, and the total cost of the library element of the project is €5.875m.
Levels of research into the many aspects of Tipperary's heritage have grown enormously over the years and the Tipperary Studies collection is currently the single most important collection of it's type in the county and for that reason is used extensively by local historians, tourists and school children.
Tipperary Libraries are pleased to announce that the new Thurles Branch Library and Tipperary Studies Department will open to the public on Wednesday 23rd August at 10 a.m.
www.tipperarylibraries.ie /news/130105.shtml   (1058 words)

To stimulate a spirit of enterprise and to facilitate the creation of employment and the development of sustainable micro-enterprises in North Tipperary through support, assistance and promotional activities whether financial, training or otherwise.
The Tipperary North County Enterprise Board Ltd. is offering local businesses the opportunity to have a web presence through their new on-line business directory and virtual exhibition centre.
The Tipperary North County Enterprise Board is funded by the Irish Government and part-financed by the European Union under the National Development Plan, 2007-2013
www.tnceb.ie   (281 words)

 Health Services Executive Mid-Western Area
The trend in North Tipperary is upwards but much of the excess mortality due to this cause is in the over 65-age group.
The Mid-Western Health Board’s regional cancer rates are relatively static, the fall in County Clare’s rates being offset by a sustained rise in the mortality due to cancer in North Tipperary.
North Tipperary has the best respiratory mortality record in the Mid-Western Health Board region and is currently less than the national average for standardised death and mortality rates.
www.mwhb.ie /hospitalservices/strategicplan.htm   (356 words)

 Tipperary GAA web site
Danny was born on October 24th, 1987. Danny lined out with the Tipperary Minor and Under 21 hurlers in 2005 and played with the Tipperary Under 21 Hurlers that won the Munster Final in 2006, scoring 1-3 in the championship. Danny won a County Minor “A” Hurling medal with his club Carrick Swan in 2004.
Gerry was part of the Tipperary Under 21 panel from 2004 to 2006, lining out in goal in the 2006 season helping Tipperary to win the Munster championship without conceding a goal while scoring a point from a long range free in the semi-final against Clare.
He played with Tipperary in the 2003 Intermediate Hurling championship and was an integral part of the Burgess side that won the 2005 County Intermediate Hurling final.
tipperary.gaa.ie /seniorhurlingplayerprofiles.html   (5707 words)

 North Tipperary Ireland tourism - hotels, bed and breakfast,car rentals Tipperary, county maps...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
North Tipperary Ireland tourism - hotels, bed and breakfast,car rentals Tipperary, county maps...
Tipperary is Ireland’s largest inland county and lies at the heart of Irish farming with gentle hills and richly fertile river valleys.
The town of Thurles is North Tipperary’s largest town and makes an ideal base for visiting the impressive Cistercian Holy Cross Abbey.
www.countytipperary.com   (222 words)

 Tipperary Star News - Tipperary Today: News, Sport, Jobs, Property, Cars, Entertainments & More
Tipperary footballing legend Declan Browne has shocked the local GAA scene by announcing his retirem...
Minister Martin met with a deputation from North Tipperary in the Ministerial offices last week and had it put to him in no uncertain terms that the IDA has failed miserably in terms of job creation in the county.
Minister Martin is also to put pressure on the IDA to change their attitude to North Tipperary and to make good their unimpressive record.
www.tipperarystar.ie /ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=3162&ArticleID=2695393   (582 words)

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