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Church Street

The Street name owes its origin to the location of the Protestant Church of Ireland church at the end of the village boundary to the east.  Continuing along the street there is a fine row of 18th Century houses, one of which was the Anglican Rectory. Some are fronted by the orginal wrought iron railings. In Famine times, three properties along this street were leased as auxillary workhouses to help famine victims.