Place:Clonegal, County Carlow, Republic of Ireland

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NameClonegal
Alt namesCluain na nGallsource: Wikipedia
TypeTown or village
Located inCounty Carlow, Republic of Ireland


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Clonegal, officially Clonegall, is a village in the southeast of County Carlow, Ireland. It is in a rural setting, 5 km from Bunclody, County Wexford, 22 km from Carlow and 17 km from the proposed interchange of the N9 and N80 roads at Rathcrogue. It is just over a mile north of where the River Slaney and the River Derry meet. Clonegal has a much smaller "twin" village across the River Derry in County Wexford, Watch House Village.

The town is served by a primary school, and is central to a thriving agricultural hinterland, although it has little business development. Further housing development is imminent.[1]

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