Local Wedding Video Clonmel

My new year 2014 weddings kicked off with a bang in the early days of January, I have been meaning to share this local wedding in Clonmel and have finally got around to it to day.

Wedding Video Powerstown
Wedding Video Powerstown

Ericka Cleary & Matthew Clancy celebrated their wedding in Powerstown Church, Clonmel on January 2nd 2014, the following video clip is the highlights montage from their wedding video, which has already been shared on my Drangan Video Facebook page.

I arrived at Erika’s house at  in Meadow Lands, Clonmel at 11am, Bernard O Brien of New Age Photography arrived shortly after, Bernard is a top class wedding photographer and is well known in and around Tipperary especially the  Clonmel, Cashel and Fethard areas, I really like working with him he is so confident about getting good results even if the weather is not great he will alwayls come up with a plan B. The wedding Ceremony was at 1pm so I had one hour in the house for recording of the bridal preps, Erika was just so relaxed and was happy to let the girls get on with all the fussing as bridesmaids do.  Yvonne Maher was on duty for make up she is also well known by Brides in Tipperary and has covered numerous weddings in Clonmel. Erika has an eye for detail and professionalism and that was very much evident on the day from the flowers to the wedding cars and not to mention the fantastic  Lyrate Estate hotel in Kilkenny.  I did feel a sense of honor   to have been the chosen  Wedding Videographer for the day.  Erika & Matthew were just so nice to work with they were lovely and easygoing and they really enjoyed the most important  day of their lives, I am looking forward to recording many more Weddings in Clonmel this year some of whom are friends of Erika & Matthew.

Just a few words about the wonderful Town of Clonmel, I was having a peep at a lovely interesting website  www.clonmel.ie  packed with loads of news and information about the Clonmel, I am based in Drangan but my address is Drangan Video, Lismoynan, Fethard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary.  Apart fro Cashel and Kilkenny Clonmel is our local shopping town and as a Wedding Videographer in Tipperary I cover lots of Weddings in Clonmel and Fethard.

Attractions:   The County Museum delivers award winning educational programmes for all ages throughout the year. Its temporary and permanent galleries exhibit significant and rare local artefacts which tell the history and heritage of South Tipperary.

Galloglass Theatre: A professional theatre company based in Clonmel, Galloglass Theatre Company produces drama largely drawn from the European classic repertoire, using a strong performance style and imaginative production values.

The Main Guard: This beautiful seventeenth century building sits in the very centre of Clonmel. Built in 1675 by the Duke of Ormond as a courthouse, it has had a long history.  In 1810 shops were built in the ground floor.  The Office of Public Works began painstaking renovations in the 1990’s.  After ten years it was finally re-opened to the public with the open arches again a feature of the streetscope.

My Hero Charity single for Saint Vincent de Paul by the girls of The Presentation Secondary School.

Towm History : Clonmel (Irish: Cluain Meala meaning the meadow of honey) is situated in County Tipperary, Ireland and is the county town for the South Riding of County Tipperary. It lies in a valley surrounded by several mountains and hills. The Comeragh Mountains are to the south, while east of the town is Slievenamon (Irish for the hill of the women). The River Suir flows through Clonmel on its way to the sea at Waterford harbour.
Clonmel was built up significantly in medieval times and many remnants of this past can be found in the town itself. The town was once completely walled and a good section still remains and can be easily seen at Old St. Mary’s Church in Mary Street. One of the former entry points to the town is now the site of the ‘West gate’, a 19th century construction. Oliver Cromwell, who is infamous in Ireland but respected in Britain, laid siege to the town in 1650. The walls were eventually breached, but not without heavy losses on Cromwell’s side.
Clonmel has always been a thriving business town. The inland waterway of the River Suir gave Clonmel its own quays that resulted in substantial trade and commerce in the past. Charles Bianconi was once Mayor of Clonmel and is responsible for initiating Ireland’s first overland public transport system that he started with horse drawn coaches plying between Clonmel and Waterford and later expanded all over Ireland. Clonmel would later be connected to the Waterford and Limerick Railway.  In recent times Clonmel has been home to many large multi-national companies, particularly in the pharmaceutical area.  Visit www.clonmel.ie
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Best Regards
Eamon
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