Explore Ennis in Ireland
Ennis in the region of Munster with its 24,427 inhabitants is a town in Ireland - some 119 mi or ( 191 km ) West of Dublin , the country's capital city .
Current time in Ennis is now 11:03 PM (Sunday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/Dublin " with a UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Truro, Derry, Belfast, Tubber, and Tralee. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Truro . We encountered some video on the web . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Where to go and what to see in Ennis ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.
Discover Clare The Home Of Irish Music
Blackie O'Connell brings us on a trip around Clare the Home of Irish Music. Blackie, Karol Lynch and Seanie O'Gorman play in the Old Ground Hotel, every weekend on Friday and Saturday Nights. Come joi ..
Thatched Roof Builder in Quin, Ireland
John, the roof thatcher, works at his trade in Quin Village Ireland. ..
The Blizzards - The Reason (How Do I Qualify?)
We followed the Blizzards to Ennis, from Clontarf via Lahinch. Their new, yet to be released song - The Reason. It's class! ..
Clare Rose of Tralee 2012 Final Show
Summary of the Clare Rose of Tralee 2012 final show. Congratulations to Orla McDonagh. Good luck! ..
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Ennis National School
Ennis National School is a primary school in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland opened in 1897 . It was a boys' school for 95 years before becoming co-educational in 1992. As of 2006 it has some 40 teachers. The school's curriculum includes participating in "Ennis Information Age Schools", leading a poetry project. A team of pupils won the 2003 national Cadbury/NPC Challenge Quiz, out of 1,800 schools.
Located at 52.84 -8.99 (Lat./Long.); Less than 0 km away
Cusack Park (Ennis)
Cusack Park (Páirc Uí Chíosóg in Irish) is a Gaelic Athletic Association stadium located in the town of Ennis, County Clare, Ireland. It is the home of the Clare Gaelic football and hurling teams. Named after the founder of the Gaelic Athletic Association, Michael Cusack, the ground has had a capacity of about 28,000 (mostly terraced), but following a 2011 safety review, the certified capacity was reduced to 14,864.
Clare FM is an Irish radio station which broadcasts to County Clare and the surrounding areas. The station has won many Irish radio awards. Clare FM broadcasts on frequencies 95 - 96FM including 95.2, 95.5, 95.9, 96.4 & 96.6. In the past it also provided an opt-out service "Clare FM2" on its 95.9 & 96.6 transmitter for the east of Clare.
Rice College (Coláiste an Rísigh in Irish) is a secondary school in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland founded in 1826. It is also a C.B. S with a house on the property where "Brothers" still reside. No Brothers teach in the secondary school but it was previously run by the religious order. It was formerly an all-boys school, although girls were first admitted to repeat their leaving certificate examinations in 1985, it became coeducational in 1997.
Ennis railway station
|} Ennis railway station serves the town of Ennis in County Clare, Ireland. Ennis is the terminus station of limerick to Ennis Commuter service and a station on the Limerick to Galway intercity service. Passengers for Dublin/Cork or Waterford transfer at Limerick. The station forms part of the Western Railway Corridor, the name given to a group of lines in the west of Ireland between Limerick and Sligo.
Located at 52.84 -8.98 (Lat./Long.); Less than 1 km away
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