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Cionn Locha: Head of the Lake

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Make your Mark on the Park


By PayPal:

Click HERE (via Melvin Gaels PayPal Account which will be transferred to Park Account).


By Cheque:

Make cheques payable to Kinlough Community Dev. Co. Ltd. and post to K. Williams, Treasurer, Kinlough Community Development Fundraising, Millbrook, Kinlough, Co. Leitrim.


By Bank Transfer:

Pay by Bank Transfer to Kinlough Community Dev. Co. Ltd  IE20BOFI90476379983790

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Please include your name to be dedicated (one name only) and townland/town or city . Then also the purchasers name and number. You can email that to kinloughcommunitycentre@gmail.com .


Click on the image to visit the Community Centre Site.

Welcome to Kinlough Parish of Kinlough/Glenade

Location

Four Masters' Memorial


Kinlough (from the Irish Cionn Locha = head of the lake) is a pretty village in County Leitrim, Ireland at the junction of the R280 and R281 regional roads.  It gets its name from its position at the head of Lough Melvin. It is situated about 2 miles from Bundoran, County Donegal, about 13 miles from Manorhamilton.  


The village developed in the first half of the 18th century at the edge of Oakfield Estate, owned by the Johnston family. Kinlough village provided services to the surrounding rural areas.

The parish of Kinlough/Glenade has a new website address:

www.parish.kinlough.net

Find it by clicking on the image of

St. Aidan’s Church.


Kinlough Fair Day Festival

3rd - 5th August 2018

The Fair Day Festival will take place on August Bank Holiday Weekend, August 3rd, 4th and 5th. On Friday 3rd there will be a Fun 5K Run followed by a “Food Tasting” event in the Community Centre. On Saturday the 4th the Traditional Fair Day will take place with craft stalls, busking, “Mystery Auction” and lots of fun events. There will also be a “Tour de Melvin” organised by Melvin Cycling Club. On Sunday it’s hoped to have a hill walk, a “Mothers and Others Blitz” and the usual “Ball Run”.