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Following the resounding success of last year’s series, First Dates Ireland is set to be bigger and better with 12 episodes due to air this time around.The first series of the show generated an average audience of 278,000 viewers and proved particularly popular amongst women.Letterkenny is the largest town in County Donegal and one of the fastest growing towns in Europe with a population of approximately 20,000.There are two suggestions as to how Letterkenny got its name.The building which now houses the Bank of Ireland across from the Market Square was built by the Hibernian Bank in 1874.The design is by Timothy Hevey and has been described as "local rogue architecture", aggressively ornate Gothic with attached columns, polished granite, red sandstone trim and square blue rubble walls.Letterkenny has developed over the centuries from a tiny hamlet into the largest industrial and commercial centre in the Country.
In July 1841 the Letterkenny Board of Guardian decided to build a Workhouse in the town. The Workhouse opened in 1845 shortly before the Great Famine to admit 46 paupers. The building then became a fever hospital until 1945, a maternity unit until 1960, the town council offices, the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages and a Library before becoming the County Museum in 1987.
Hit dating show First Dates Ireland will be returning to our screens next Thursday on RTE2 at 9.30pm.
Other couples in the first episode of series two include country music fan Rachel, who may leave carpenter Conor with an achy-breaky heart, while Latin lothario Antonio unleashes his best moves on medical scientist Sinead.
The O'Cannons where the last of the ancient Chieftains of Tir Conaill (Tir Connaill is the Kingdom now known as Co. Although the O' Cannons were the last of the Ancient Chieftains of Tir Conaill no evidence or forts belonging to the clan exists in or around the Letterkenny District.
(Rory O' Cannon, the last Chieftain of the O' Cannon clan was killed in 1248 by Godfrey O'Donnell)....