There is a Catholic church, school and a community hall. The hall was originally a Clonaghadoo National School, opened in 1912. The name Clonaghadoo comes from Cluanacha Dubha, or the Black Meadows.
In the grounds of the church there is a labyrinth of low hedges and gravel paths.
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