I.T.A. Topographical and General Survey 1942/3
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Mullagh

Barony of: Ibrickane, Parish: Kilmurry
Location and Brief Description:
Mullagh is a country village built on a hillside as the name (Mullagh) indicates. Due to this fact and to the bareness of its surroundings it is seen at a great distance from whatever direction one approaches. In having a first rate Dramatic Society, an N.A.T.C.A. club, a Gaelic football club and Dance Hall. Mullagh can boast of having all the pleasures of a country village. It lies 5 mls. slightly W. of due S. of Miltown-Malbay, 9 mls. N.-E. of Doonbeg and 3 miles S.-E. of Quilty village and the Atlantic Ocean.

Is there a Town Hall? Yes Location Just W. of the village

Parks, Gardens and Recreation Grounds. Brief Description: There is a field adjacent to the village where Gaelic Football is played.

Brief comments on water supply and sewerage? No sewerage system. There is one pump (the village pump) under care of the Board of Health. Water is mainly drawn from spring wells.

Public Services
Nearest Station: Kilmurry
Distance: 2½ mls.
Bus? No
Public lighting by—Electricity? No Gas? No

Dancing
Dance Hall: Yes

Cinemas and Theatres
Theatre: There is a local Dramatic Club Kind of shows (Drama, Comedy &c.): Comedy and Drama

Libraries
Public Libraries: A branch of the Clare Co. Council Library in the school.

Churches and Services
Churches Services (Sundays)
R.C. Church 8.00 a.m. and 11.00 a.m.
Church of Ireland at Spanish Pt. Kilfarboy Parish (5 mls N.)

Postal Facilities
Location of Post Office: In the village
Business (? M.O., Telegraph, Telephone): M.O.’s, Telegraph and Telephone.

Schools and Colleges
Mullagh N.S.
There is a Technical School in Kilmurry 2½ miles west.

Fairs and Markets; Half-Holiday
Monthly Fairs and Markets: Six fairs held in the year during the winter months.
Weekly Market Day:
Half-Holiday: Wednesday

Conveyances for Hire (Owners):
Horses: Horses may be had from the local farmers.

Date: 29/6/43
(Signed): James Henchy Surveyor.
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