Irish: Cill Mocheanóg (Mocheanóg’s church)

Two small streams join in Kilmacanogue, behind the old Post Office,, to form the Kilmacanogue River. This river flows into the River Dargle near the old “Silver Bridge” at Kilbride approximately two miles to the north. These watercourses once held a good population of trout but increasing urbanisation led to a deterioration in water quality.

Meetings of the Water

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