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The Ardilaun Hotel is currently on a winning streak with awards and is delighted to scoop the Exceeded Award at the Ireland Active National Quality Standard Awards for 2020.
Located in a quiet suburb in leafy Taylor’s Hill with plenty of free parking, The Ardilaun Leisure Club as part of its 20 year celebration is hosting a barbecue for its members' appreciation day event today (Friday).
The Ardilaun Leisure Club is at the cutting edge of fitness; it provides a great array of classes carried out by a stellar team of personal trainers and strength and conditioning coaches in Taylor's Hill.
The Ardilaun Leisure Club is the ultimate leisure facility, a well-established and prominent venue in the fitness industry of Galway. The club and its staff convey fitness quality, passion, exuberance, and overall a great sense of wellbeing. At The Ardilaun, the homely, friendly, atmosphere lays a great foundation for you to feel at ease and achieve your goal, and promotes all aspects of training — whether it is functional, flexibility, mobility, strength, stability, suspension training, the team strive to be at the top of their game.
THE BATTLE of Clontarf is both a landmark event in Irish history and a fabled story passed down the generations, right up to our present day, 1,001 years after its occurrence. The famous battle provides the backdrop for an acclaimed new play, The Assassination of Brian Boru, by Lauren-Shannon Jones, which comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Monday April 13 at 8pm.
The most famous Irish High King, and one of the most significant battles in Irish history will be examined at the next meeting of the Renmore History Society.
ACCORDING TO the history books we had in school in the early sixties, The Battle of Clontarf was described in terms of a religious victory in which the great Catholic Irish hero Brian Boru annihilated the pagan Vikings and threw them out of Ireland.