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St Patrick's church
Location within County Down
Population1,701 (2011 Census)
Irish grid referenceJ129537
• Belfast23 mi (37 km)
CountryNorthern Ireland
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Postcode districtBT66
Dialling code028
UK Parliament
NI Assembly
List of places
Northern Ireland
54°25′12″N 6°15′37″W / 54.419979°N 6.260319°W / 54.419979; -6.260319

Donaghcloney or Donacloney (from Irish: Domhnach Cluana, meaning 'church of the meadow')[1][2] is a small village, townland (of 300 acres) and civil parish in County Down,[1][2][3] Northern Ireland. It lies on the River Lagan between Lurgan and Dromore. In the 2011 Census it had a population of 1701.

Linen industry

Donaghcloney is a typical Ulster village linked to the Irish linen industry since 1742. The most recent Ewart Liddell company was formed in 1973 by a merger between William Ewart and Sons which started business in Belfast in 1814 and William Liddell and Company which started in Donaghcloney in 1866.[4] Their factory was the biggest Irish linen, Jacquard weaving company in Ireland, and made the linen for the RMS Titanic.[5]


The village has a history of cricket playing over many generations with the Donaghcloney Cricket Club.

Donacloney Football Club have two men's teams both playing in the Mid-Ulster Football League The club's home pitch is in the village alongside the River Lagan.


  • Donaghcloney Primary School


Donaghcloney is served by the Ulsterbus route 56, linking the village with Lurgan and Banbridge. There are relatively good roads to many towns nearby, such as Dromore, Moira and Lisburn. The nearest railway station is located five miles away in Moira. Until 1956, the nearest station was Mullafernaghan on the Great Northern Railway (Ireland) line from Knockmore to Newcastle.

2001 Census

Donaghcloney is classified as a small village by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) (i.e. with population between 500 and 1,000 people). On Census day (29 April 2001) there were 972 people living in Donaghcloney. Of these:

  • 21.8% were aged under 16 years and 21.9% were aged 60 and over,
  • 48.6% of the population were male and 51.4% were female,
  • 4.0% were from a Catholic background and 93.5% were from a Protestant background,
  • 2.5% of people aged 16–74 were unemployed.


Civil parish of Donaghcloney

The civil parish is situated in the historic barony of Iveagh Lower, Upper Half and contains the following settlements:[6]


The civil parish contains the following townlands:[6]

  • Annaghanoon
  • Annaghmakeonan
  • Ballygunaghan
  • Ballynabragget
  • Banoge
  • Corcreeny
  • Cornreany
  • Donaghcloney
  • Lurgantamry
  • Magherana
  • Monree
  • Moygannon
  • Tullycarn
  • Tullyherron


  1. ^ a b Placenames NI Archived June 2, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ a b Placenames Database of Ireland
  3. ^ Online map viewer Archived 2011-02-13 at WebCite, Ordnance Survey Ireland.
  4. ^[bare URL]
  5. ^[bare URL]
  6. ^ a b "Donaghcloney". IreAtlas Townlands Database. Retrieved 18 May 2015.

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