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is a small village near Ovens and Ballincollig
Ballincollig is a satellite town in County Cork, Ireland, approximately 9 km west of Cork city. It is located beside the River Lee on the R608 regional road. In 2006 the population of Ballincollig DED was 16,308. The nearest towns include: Ballinora, Ovens, Killumney, Inniscarra, Blarney ,...
in County Cork
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There is a newsagent's shop, a pub and a co-op store in the village. The Cork-Macroom Railway used to run through Kilumney. The N22 national primary road
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(Ballincollig bypass) links Kilumney to Cork City. EMC
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, the big multi-national company, is based near Kilumney.
The nearest school is Ovens National School, which has over 300 pupils. The main river in the area is the River Bride. Knockonmore is the nearest village.
Killumney United is the soccer club of Killumney.
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