Clonbullogue

Clonbullogue Parachute Club

Clonbullogue is a village in County Offaly, Ireland. The common pronunciation of the village up to recent times was 'Clon Bolg'. It has been voted the tidiest town in County Offaly every year since 1978. Has a GAA club but has never won a major Offaly GAA title. It is in the Parish of St Broughans and at underage level plays with Bracknagh and Walsh Island under the same name. The population of the village is 442, which has remained almost unchanged for over a century.

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The village is located at the junction of the R401 and R442 regional roads. The Figile River runs through the village under the R442 near its confluence with the Philipstown River.

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