Welcome to Currans

Old House in Currans. ©Martin O'Grady Pub and Community Hall in Currans. ©Martin O'Grady Currans Bridge - Railway bridge at entrance to Currans. ©Martin O'Grady

Currans (Na Coirríní) is a small village in County Kerry, Ireland. It is 8.5 km southwest of Castleisland. The village is located in a flat agricultural landscape with trees and hedgerows. The River Maine flows along the north-west of the plan boundary. "CURRENS, a parish, containing 1565 inhabitants.

Church History

The old parish church was abandoned after the Reformation, and fell into ruins. In the Church of Ireland, the parish has long been united to Tralee.
In the Roman Catholic church, Currans parish was united to Tralee by 1703. In 1866 the western part of Currans was included in the new Catholic parish of Baile na hEaglaise now known as Spa.

The Old Ardcrone Graveyard is well worth a visit. It is just down the side road from the Church in Currans.

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