Ten Worst Places in Ireland to Find a Party

June 5, 2007 at 11:49 am Leave a comment

If you’re looking for a party in Ireland, you should avoid Clara in Offaly and Stamullen in Meath, where only one house in every 150 is a non-family household containing no related persons. That’s based on the latest census figures. Here are the ten worst places to party. >>>

The Worst Ten

  1. Clara in Offaly (one house in every 150)
  2. Stamullen in Meath (one house in every 150)
  3. Swinford in Mayo (one house in every 95)
  4. Castlecomer-Donaguile in Kilkenny (one house in every 95)
  5. Portrane in Fingal (one house in every 85)
  6. Bailieborough in Cavan (one house in every 80)
  7. Rathnew in Wicklow (one house in every 80)
  8. Enniskerry in Wicklow (one house in every 80)
  9. Newmarket-on-Fergus in Clare (one house in every 80)
  10. Tower in Cork (one house in every 75)

Disclaimers

  • Statistics based only on non-family households with unrelated people.
  • Residents in other types of households may also host parties.
  • Residents may not welcome internet strangers crashing their party.
  • Figures rounded to nearest 5 to avoid unnecessary boredom.
  • So, all in all, not really very useful at all.
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A blog by Michael Nugent

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I also write Bionic Bohs, a blog about following Bohemians football club in the 1970s.

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