ABBEY HOTEL SET TO SHOWCASE ITS CIVIL CEREMONY SUITE AT WEDDING FAYRE

first_imgLast year ‘The Wedding Showcase’ event was a great success and attracted exhibitors from near and far to Donegal Town and this year promises to be even bigger and better. On Sunday the 8th of March the Abbey Hotel will be open to all to showcase its Civil Ceremony Suite, Wedding function areas and bridal suites to visiting guests.The Bay View Banqueting Suite overlooking the river Eske and Donegal Bay and The Diamond Suites are transformed and filled with a varied selection of our trusted wedding suppliers. There will be advice available from the leading wedding experts to answer any question from couples planning their big day.Join us for a Champagne reception with Canapés and live entertainment by The Dream Day Wedding band.Relax and unwind in the Bridal Pamper Zone or have a speciality cocktail in the VIP area where you can enjoy the 3 different Fashion Shows taking place over the course of the day.There will be Bridal Dresses, Menswear, Wedding Attire and a very special secret finale show by Pearls & Lace, Rosewoods, Peter’s Man Shop and Magee of Donegal Town. Come early to enter the fantastic competitions and giveaways being held throughout the day and avail of great supplier discounts available during the event.Attendance at the Wedding Showcase at The Abbey Hotel Donegal Town on Sunday 1st March from 1pm to 5pm is complimentary.Full list of Exhibitors hereFor more information call Shona on 0871686161 or email Shona@abbeyhoteldonegal.com ABBEY HOTEL SET TO SHOWCASE ITS CIVIL CEREMONY SUITE AT WEDDING FAYRE was last modified: March 6th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BusinessFeaturesnewslast_img read more

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first_imgAn Arizona Cardinals fan cheers during the second half of an NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, Monday, Oct. 26, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) 2015 NFL Power Rankings: Week 8#6 (up 4 spots)With one of the NFL’s best coaching staffs, the Cardinals are equipped to win games even when a few big plays don’t go their way. Carson Palmer has made an early bid for both Comeback Player of the Year and MVP and he’s tied for the league lead with 16 touchdown passes.NFL Power Rankings: Where Does Every Team Rank Heading into Week 8?#6 (up 3 spots)The Arizona Cardinals came close to blowing what should have been a cakewalk game Monday night. They held a 26-10 lead over the Baltimore Ravens with just over eight minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Then two special teams blunders—a missed extra-point attempt and a blocked punt—gave Baltimore an opening.But they held on, and if we set aside the glaring special teams gaffes, the other 52-ish minutes of gametime featured another domination of an inferior opponent. And the Cardinals did it with an offensive dimension that was missing in 2014.They have a rushing attack that’s beyond just reliable now, which was the low bar set a year ago. Running back Chris Johnson is acting like it’s 2009 again, and he’s the driving force behind his offense.After 122 more rushing yards Monday night he’s averaging 5.1 yards per carry this season. This is when I remind you the Cardinals averaged only 3.3 YPC as a team in 2015. Comments   Share   NFL Power Rankings, Week 8: Raiders enter top half; Colts drop#9 (holding steady)What appeared to be a game in control evolved — or devolved — into a furious ending in the desert. Furious pass rush from Dwight Freeney, too — the 35-year-old was bringing the heat on that final drive. Freeney, Chris Johnson (who stunningly ranks second in the NFL in rushing) and Larry Fitzgerald: Three veterans written off by many who are now key pieces of a 5-2 first-place puzzle. Quietly efficient game from Carson Palmer on Monday night, as well. In other MNF news, Jon Gruden has a large man crush on Tyrann Mathieu.2015 NFL Power Rankings: Week 8#6 (down 2 spots)Age is just a number for the Cardinals. Carson Palmer (35) is third in Total QBR, Chris Johnson (30) is second in rushing and Larry Fitzgerald (32) is fifth in receiving yards.NFL Power Rankings Week 8: Vikings moving on up, Colts keep falling#8 (holding steady)The popular NFL theory goes that running backs hit a wall once they turn 30. And then along came ol’ Benjamin Button Chris Johnson, 30 as of Sept. 23, rediscovering his game in the desert. Monday night’s showing vs. Baltimore was as close to CJ2K as we’ve seen in a long time. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo NFL Power Rankings: There’s no underselling Packers-Broncos#7 (up 1 spot)They have to tighten up that defense again. They made it interesting late against the Ravens.NFL Power Rankings: Too many division races are already over#8 (up 1 spots)Chris Johnson being the second-leading rusher in the NFL right now is one of the strangest stories we’ve seen in a long time. They signed him on Aug. 17. Any team had all spring and summer to sign him, and they all passed. And nobody really thought twice about it.PFT’s Week Eight power rankings#8 (up 1 spot)The Cards continue to pile up wins over bad teams.USA Today Power Rankings#6 (up 2 spots)He may only be CJ1K these days, but RB Chris Johnson still has some juice in those 30-year-old legs. Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Every week on ArizonaSports.com, we take a look at where the Cardinals stand in ten different power rankings. 2015 NFL power rankings, Week 8: Dolphins, Vikings surge; Eagles, Chargers drop#7 (up 2 spots)No comment. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The Arizona Cardinals said they wanted to experience a close game — one that they wanted to finish.Monday night, they got their wish.The Cardinals closed out the Baltimore Ravens late — very late, in fact — when Tony Jefferson intercepted a Joe Flacco pass in the end zone with six seconds left in a 24-18 win.The victory pushed the Cardinals’ record to 5-2 on the season, and kept their lead in the NFC West at one-and-a-half games over the St. Louis Rams as we approach the midway point of the 2015 season. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more