Lap Dancing Clubs in Co Tipperary
It’s a Long, Long Way to Tipperary. Or is it? Co Tipperary in the province of Munster is placed in the centre of Ireland bounded by Lough Derg lake in the north and Waterford and Cork in the south along the coast, making it central for most of the party towns on the south and Galway on the west coast. County town Tipperary was actually created in the 13th century by the Norman invaders who left the basis for the town which developed in medieval times.
Outlaw Ned Kelly’s father John ‘Red’ Kelly actually came from Co Tipperary, Ned was probably the best known outlaw in Australian history and has had countless books and movies made about him including the 1970 one starring Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones.
The nearest strip clubs are based in the city of Limerick (yes, home to the hilarious dirty poems, there was a young man of Nantucket etc). There are three in the town which is well above average for smaller towns not in built up area. The town however has a uni (Limerick University) and various colleges and technical colleges which might explain it. Munster (the biggest region in Ireland) has a regional rugby union team play at the Thomond Park in Limerick, they play in the All Ireland League and also in the Heineken European cup.
‘Tipp’ as Co Tipperary is often know is just a short journey from Dublin by the M7 in the south and M8 in the north or by the rail network join up Cork and the capital.
The town of Tipperary only has four thousand people living in it it, the biggest towns in the county are Thurles, Clonmel, Nenagh and Carrick-On-Suir.
The economy is mostly agriculture, Bulmers the brewers are based in the region, the main exception being the Merck & Co pharmaceuticals plant.