Ballynacargy

Population 277

Ballynacargy

Ballynacargy, or Ballinacarrigy, (Irish: Baile na Carraige) is a small village in County Westmeath on the Royal Canal and the R393 regional road. The last official commercial navigation of the canal took place in 1955. The Single-arch canal bridge was built c.1810
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Castlepollard

Population; 1,163

Castlepollard

Castlepollard is a small town in north County Westmeath. It lies west of Lough Lene and northeast of Lough Derravaragh and Mullingar. Points of Interest nearby; Tullynally Castle and Gardens, Fore Abbey, St Michael's Church, Lough Derraghvaragh, Hill of Ben, St Michael's Church, Lough Lene, Lough Glore, St Feichin's Abbey, Knockeyon. Sporting; Hurling is the major sport in the area with Castlepollard Hurling Team having won the Westmeath Senior Championship on 13 occasions.
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Collinstown

Population 356

Collinstown

Collinstown (Irish: Baile na gCailleach) is a village in north County Westmeath, situated on the R395 regional road overlooking Lough Lene. It lies 18 km (11 mi) northeast of Mullingar
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Crookedwood

Population 326

Crookedwood

Crookedwood (Irish: Tigh Munna) is a small village in County Westmeath on the R394 regional road. Historically it was called Taghmon (Irish: Tigh Munna), after the townland it occupies. Overlooked by the dominating hill of Knockeyon to the north, the village rests between the pine-covered hills as they roll down towards Lough Derravaragh, and located about 8 km north of Mullingar.
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Drumcree

Population 197

Drumcree

Drumcree (Irish: Droim Cria or Druim Criadh)[1] is a small village in County Westmeath in Ireland on the R395 regional road. This village is part of St Mary's Parish, Collinstown, and a sister parish of St Feichin's, Fore. The village is situated upon a crossroads, fringes parts of the Barbavilla Bog, the Glackstown Bog, and Mullacruaigh bog, all of which have been harvested for winter fuel for generations by the neighbouring communities.
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Fore

Fore

Fore (Irish: Baile Fhobhair, meaning "Townland of the Spring"[1][2]) is a village, next to the old Benedictine Abbey ruin of Fore Abbey, situated to the north of Lough Lene in County Westmeath. The village, (sister parish of nearby St. Mary's Collinstown) is situated within a valley between two hills: the Hill of Ben, the Hill of Houndslow, and the Ankerland rise area
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Kinnegad

Population 2,745

Kinnegad

Kinnegad (Irish: Cionn Átha Gad, meaning "‘the head of the ford of withes") is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is on the border with County Meath, near the junction of the M6 and the M4 motorways - two of Ireland's main east–west roads. It is roughly 60 km from the capital, Dublin.
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Milltownpass

Population; 300

Milltownpass

Milltownpass is a small Village of less than 300 people but it has at its heart an active, vibrant community, again with plans to challenge the inadequacies they see within their community and plans to redevelop with the aim of rejuvenating their community going into the future.
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Raharney

Population 221

Raharney

Raharney (Irish: Ráth Fhearna, meaning "Fearna's ringfort")[2] is a village in east County Westmeath, Ireland. It has a population of 221 according to the 2016 census.[1] Raharney is on the R156 road about 18 km (11 mi) from Mullingar and about 67 km from Dublin. It is in the parish of Killucan; the village of Killucan is a further 3 km
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Clonmellon

Population 664

Clonmellon

Clonmellon is a small village officially in County Westmeath although on the border with County Meath, Ireland. It is situated on the N52 road between Kells in County Meath and Delvin in County Westmeath. Points of Interest nearby; Farmers Market every 2nd Sunday.
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Coole

Population

Coole

Coole (Irish: An Chúil) is a village in County Westmeath on the R395 regional road. It is situated on a plateau that overlooks the part of the Bog of Allen, cultivated for peat for fuel consumption purposes by Bórd na Móna
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Delvin

Population 740

Delvin

Delvin is a town in County Westmeath, it is located on the N52 road at a junction with the N51 to Navan. The town is 20 km from Mullingar. The word Delvin comes from Delbhna. That tribe settled in what is present-day Delvin, along with a branch of the Soghain, in Tricha céd na Delbna Móire agus na Sogan.
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Finnea

Population 317

Finnea

Finnea (Irish: Fiodh an Átha, meaning "wood of the ford")[1] is a small village in County Westmeath on the border with County Cavan. The village is known for its association with Myles "The Slasher" O'Reilly whose monument in the town (pictured) relates how he died on 5 August 1646 defending the Bridge of Finnea against English forces
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Killucan-Rathwire

Population 1370

Killucan-Rathwire

The villages of Killucan (Irish: Cill Liúcainne, Church of Lucan) and Rathwire (Irish: Ráth Guaire, Fort of Guaire) are co-located in gentle, rolling countryside in the east of the County Westmeath. The twin villages reached the height of their prosperity during the 18th and 19th centuries due to the arrival of first the Royal Canal in 1805 and later the Midland Great Western Railway. The canal was built between 1790 and 1817, reaching Killucan from Dublin in 1805
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Multyfarnham

Population 420

Multyfarnham

Multyfarnham or Multyfarnam (Irish: Muilte Farannáin, meaning "Farannán's mills")[2] is a village in County Westmeath. First founded in 1268, the Franciscan monastery at Multyfarnham is still home to a community of friars. During the English conquest of Ireland in the 17th century, the monastery was raided six times and twice burnt out by the Crown forces battling the forces of the 'Irish of Meath'.
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Rochfortbridge

Population 1,473

Rochfortbridge

Rochfortbridge (Irish: Droichead Chaisleán Loiste, meaning "Castle Lost Bridge") is a village in County Westmeath, Ireland. The village is located at the intersection of the R400 and the R446 (formerly the N6) In 1862 three nuns established Mercy Convent Rochfortbridge
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Streete

Streete

The Parish of Streete is bordered by parishes Abbeylara, Multyfarmhan and, Rathowen/Rathaspic.Streete Parish is divided into two counties Westmeath and Longford. ​The river Inny divides the Diocese of Ardagh and the Diocese of Meath. Three bridges span the inny on it way past the parish. Float Bridge, Coolnagun Bridge before entering Lough Derravaragh (Irish: Loch Dairbhreach) where our Parish reaches out into One of the jewel’s of
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Tyrrellspass

Population 483

Tyrrellspass

Tyrrellspass is a Georgian village in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is 81 kilometres from Dublin, in the south of the county on the R446 road. Tyrrellspass won the Irish Tidy Towns Competition in 1969. During the 1916 Easter Rising, some rebels barricaded a house in Meedin, Tyrrellspass, with the intention of waiting for reinforcements and then attacking surrounding police barracks. Local legend has it that Michael Collins stayed in this house,
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