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Carrick-on-Suir has a lot to offer to both the tourist and the casual day tripper. From early Celtic history throught the Viking and Norman invasions, to the English Plantations and finally through the famine and onto the Celtic Tiger that Ireland is now sometimes called. All these eras have left their mark on Carrick and helped to define the town that is here today.  Click on a location on the article menu to find out more about that place.

 

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Swans on the River Suir

 


 

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Liam Kielthy
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Hello, I lived in Carrick until Dec 1959. I would love to hear from people I went to CBS and Tech with. I first moved from Kilsheelan to Carrick SIr Johns Road, then to O'Mahoney avenue , and ended up in Treacy Park. Anyone at all contact me ple...
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