Feile Brian Boru has come to a close for another year and we hope you enjoyed this year’s celebrations.
We would like to thank most sincerely everyone who helped in any way with this year’s festival.
Failte Ireland, Clare County Council, Tipperary County Council, Waterways Ireland, The Lakeside Hotel & Leisure Centre, The Department of Children and Youth Affairs and the Killaloe/Ballina Community & Family Resource Centre for their ongoing support, and to all the local businesses for their valuable sponsorship and support of Féile Brian Ború 2018.
Ballina Engineering; Brian Boru Feis; The Lakeside Hotel & Leisure Centre; Trident Holiday Homes.
Benson Box; Bond Auto; Kincora House B&B; Quay Arts; McKeogh’s Hardware; Reddan’s Bar & Whelan’s Newsagent & Foodstore
Alchemy; Allied Irish Bank; An Siopa Beag; Brian Ború on the Hill; Derg Credit Union; Derg House Café/B&B; Farrell’s SPAR; J’Adore Nail & Beauty; Harry Brann Auctioneers; Killaloe Post Office; Larkin’s Gala; Ponte Vecchio; Scoops Ice Cream Parlour; Simply Delicious; The Seanachoí Bar; Walsh’s Bar
We would also like to sincerely thank all those who give of their time and energy to support all aspects of the festival:
Ballina Swimming Pool, Irish Coastguard Killaloe, Killaloe Gardaí, Killaloe Library, Killaloe Fire Brigade, St. Flannan’s Cathedral, Bryan Brislane, Mike McGrath Haulage, Stacey Piggott of Shine Digital; Smith O’Briens GAA Club, Ballina & Killaloe Tidy Towns Committees, Cllr. Phyll Bugler, Mike & Austin Durack, Ruth Durack, Fr. James Grace, Paul McGrath, Ronan O’Boyle, Cllr. Tony O’Brien, Carol O’Donoghue, Fr. Ted O’Rahelly, Rev. Gary Paulsen, Sadie Scanlan and anyone who gave of their time in any way in regards to this year’s festival. We are very grateful