Ireland Removals

Ireland Removals

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    About Ireland

    Amhrán na bhFiann (The Soldier’s Song)
    Peader Kearney & Patrick Heeney/Liam Ó Rinn
    Circa 1907 – 1910
    The original lyrics of what was an Irish rebellion song were written in English, it wasn’t until Liam Ó Rinn translated the lyrics to Irish that it became the national anthem in 1926. For a while the song was renamed the ‘Sinn Fein Anthem’, but when an Irish rugby player was forced to retire due to an IRA roadside bomb the song fell out of favour. The Irish Rugby Team now use Ireland’s Call a song adopted at other sporting events rather than the traditional and still controversial Amhrán na bhFiann.
    Bratach na hÉireann (The Irish Flag, also known as “The Tricolour”)
    The flag was originally designed by a group of French women and given to Thomas Meagher in 1848. The green represents Roman Catholics, the orange represents protestants and Meagher said of the flag, “The white in the centre signifies a lasting truce between Orange and Green and I trust that beneath its folds the hands of Irish Protestants and Irish Catholics may be clasped in generous and heroic brotherhood.”
    Ireland doesn’t have an official motto.
    The harp comes from the Irish coat of arms that features a golden harp on a blue background. The first historic evidence of the harp as the coat of arms dates back to 1270.
    northern lapwing
    Northern Lapwing
    It was declared Ireland’s national bird by the Irish Wildlife Conservancy in 1990.
    The Shamrock
    While for many Irish people the shamrock has become something of a tourist symbol and seen decorating the signs of ‘Irish Pubs’ around the world, it is officially Ireland’s national flower. A type of clover, it was hugely significant to the druids and believed to have special powers. St Patrick sought to take the symbol away from the traditional religions and so used it to signify the holy trinity.
    Hurling & Gaelic Football
    Both sports are held at the 82,000 seater Croke Park and the ‘Gaelic Games’ are a massive part of Irish life (for sports fans at least). Rugby union and football are also very popular and when Ireland made it to the 1994 World Cup (lead by English World Cup winner Jack Charlton), the whole nation caught football fever and nine months later the country had a huge spike in babies being born (and an increase in the popularity of the name “Jack”).
    Irish hare
    Irish stew 
    Traditionally made with lamb or mutton, Irish stew developed as a cheap, hearty meal that could use any ingredients. Recipes vary but inevitably the best Irish stew is “The one me ma used to make”.
    Oireachtas (Legislature)
    Consisting of two houses, the National Assembly or Dáil Éireann (lower house) and the Senate, Seanad Éireann (upper house). The constitution requires a minimum ratio of one democratically elected representative per 20,000 people for the National Assembly, while the Senate is not democratically elected but made up of representatives from various walks of life, mostly chosen by councillors and MPs. Ireland also has a president.
    Irish and English
    Although Ireland was first settled 10,000 years ago, the Celts didn’t arrive until 300BC. The current free state was founded in 1922 and became the Republic of Ireland in 1949.

    You don’t have to take it all in one go. If you’re moving to Ireland you can place furniture and items in long term or short term storage with Over’s.

    Our complete Ireland storage service includes collection and delivery from your current address, storage in one of our secure purpose built centres and final delivery to your new home in Ireland. We also offer a packing service, video surveys, trained uniformed staff and you’ll have a dedicated Removal’s Coordinator on hand to help guide you through your big relocation and help cut through some of that red tape.

    • Delivery & collection
    • Trained uniformed staff
    • Easy storage
    • Optional packing service
    • Environmentally friendly packing materials
    • Drivers trained to reduce fuel consumption
    • A greener fleet of vehicles to reduce CO2
    • Removal Coordinator assigned to your move

    Storage with ease and a minimum of fuss, talk to our friendly team today to find out how Over’s can help give you a worry-free move and removal plan designed specifically to suit your moves, from total overseas relocation to those heading moving to Ireland for shorter periods.

    Removals to or From Ireland
    Do you need an experienced removals firm to take the stress out of moving your home or business to Ireland? Established in the UK in 1857, and with over 160 years experience in removals by road to Ireland and the rest of Europe, you can be assured that as one of the UK’s longest established removal firms, Over’s of Camberley will take care of every aspect of your move.

    A Removals Service to Ireland by Road
    Over’s of Camberley offers a removals service by road to and from Ireland – a service most of our customers opt for unless their relocation is especially urgent. Whether moving to work or live in Ireland, you can be assured that we’ll take your move as seriously as you do – every step of the way.

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