Carnalbanagh

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Carnalbanagh
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54°54′04″N6°04′52″W / 54.901°N 6.081°W / 54.901; -6.081 Coordinates: 54°54′04″N6°04′52″W / 54.901°N 6.081°W / 54.901; -6.081

Carnalbanagh (from Irish Carn Albanach 'cairn of the Scotsmen') [1] is a small village and townland (of 1,628 acres) in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, 13 km east-north-east of Ballymena. [1] It is situated in the civil parish of Tickmacrevan and the historic barony of Glenarm Lower, [2] and is part of Mid and East Antrim district. It lies above Glenarm and is close to Mount Slemish.

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Local services include Carnalbanagh Primary School, [3] Orange Hall and Presbyterian church. The local flute band is known as Carnalbanagh Flute Band.

The name 'Carnalbanagh' can also be spelt 'Cairnalbana' or 'Carnalbana.'

Presbyterian Church

The congregation saw their new minister John Brogan installed on 10 January 2020 and he commenced his ministry on 12 January 2020.

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References

  1. 1 2 "Carnalbanagh". Place Names NI. Retrieved 22 April 2015.
  2. "Carnalbanagh". IreAtlas Townlands Database. Retrieved 22 April 2015.
  3. Schoolsnet.com