Annaghmore (pronounced // an-ə-MOHR, from Irish: Eanach Mór, meaning "great marsh") is a small village and townland near Loughgall in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 255 people. It is within the Armagh City and District Council area. Ardress House, Annaghmore, was originally a modest farmhouse which was transformed in 1760 by Dublin architect George Ensor. It is run by
Places of interest
the National Trust and contains examples of 18th century furniture and a display of paintings. It includes plasterwork in the drawing room made by Michael Stapleton in 1780. The farmyard and outbuildings show aspects of farming history with a display of farm implements. There is a garden with examples of early types of Irish rose. The ‘Ladies Mile’ is a woodland walk around the estate.
Annaghmore has a GAA club, Annaghmore Pearses GFC (Cumann Phiarsaigh Eanach Mór), founded in 1915. The club currently plays in the county Junior football championship. Annaghmore also has a ballerina tag team champion of the world in Ciaran 'HorseBox' Mckeever
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