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15th Dec 2017

The Top Three Most Christmassy Homes In Ireland Have Been Revealed

Darragh Berry

After a blizzard of voting from across Ireland, Tony Fitzpatrick’s family house in Drinagh, Wexford has been voted Energia Ireland’s Most Christmassy Home for 2017.

Michael Giblin’s house in Drogheda and, last year’s winner, Tony Noonan from Templeglantine in Limerick were very close runners up.

Since Monday, more than 3,475 people voted for Tony Fitzpatrick’s family home in Ireland’s Most Christmassy Home 2017. 

Over 20,000 votes were cast all over Ireland and this year’s entries can be viewed on Energia’s Facebook page here.

The competition started on 1st of December and the top 20 featured homes from Carlow, Dublin, Galway, Kilkenny, Limerick, Louth, Mayo, Meath, Tipperary, Westmeath, Wexford and Wicklow.

Energia is making a €3,000 donation to Tony Fitzpatrick’s charity of choice, Wexford Homecare Hospice and the runner-ups’ chosen charities will each receive €2,000 and €1,000 respectively.

Amy O’Shaughnessy, Marketing Acquisitions and Sponsorship Manager, Energia said:

“Energia is delighted to be helping householders make the smart choice of using our 100% green home energy to light up their homes and raise money for charity. We want to wish everyone a very happy Christmas.”

How does your house compare to the winner’s and the two runners-ups?


Irelands Most Christmassy Home 2017 Winner Tony Fitzpatrick Drinagh Co Wexford

First Runner-Up:

Irelands Most Christmassy Home 2017 Runner Up Tony Noonan Templeglantine Co Limerick

Second Runner-Up: 

Irelands Most Christmassy Home 2017 Runner Up Michael Giblin Drogheda Co Louth

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