Villages

Aghacommon

Aghacommon takes its name from the Irish for 'field of the hurley' ....

Aghagallon

Aghagallon, from the Irish for 'field of the standing stone'.......

Bleary

A small village, located about two-and-a-half miles from both Lurgan and Portadown,

Dollingstown

Less than a mile from Lurgan, on the road to Belfast, Dollingstown developed as an important industrial village during the 19th century and remains an important location for business

Donaghcloney

It is said that St Patrick established a church in Donaghcloney in the fifth century.

Drumnacanvy

Drumnacanvy is a small village about two miles south of Portadown

Magheralin

Named from the Irish for 'plain of the church' ....

Waringstown

As its name implies, Waringstown was built by William Waring, an officer in Cromwell's army, who bought the land in 1658.....