Ballindaggin

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For the racehorse, see Ballindaggin (horse).

Ballindaggin, officially Ballindaggan (Irish: Baile an Daingin, meaning "townland of the stronghold") is a small village in County Wexford, Ireland. It participates in Duffry Rovers GAA club. Other features of the village include a grocery shop, two pubs, a National School, Community Hall and Health Centre. There are both a Catholic church and graveyard and a Church of Ireland church and graveyard (the latter approximately 1 mile from the village), and there are three small housing estates.

The village is situated in the picturesque foothills of Mount Leinster and is 12 km from both Enniscorthy and Bunclody towns.


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Coordinates: 52°34′05″N 6°40′55″W / 52.56806°N 6.68194°W / 52.56806; -6.68194