Clonmore, County Tipperary

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Clonmore
An Chluain Mhór
Village
Clonmore is located in Ireland
Clonmore
Clonmore
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 52°49′47″N 7°45′55″W / 52.829722°N 7.765278°W / 52.829722; -7.765278Coordinates: 52°49′47″N 7°45′55″W / 52.829722°N 7.765278°W / 52.829722; -7.765278
Country  Ireland
Province Munster
County County Tipperary
Population (2006) 405

Clonmore (Irish: An Chluain Mhór) is a village in County Tipperary, Ireland. It lies on the R433 road 6 km from Templemore and 7 km from Errill in County Laois. It is part of the parish of Templemore, Clonmore and Killea.[1] The village church, Saint Ann's Roman Catholic was built in 1832.[2]

The Gaelic Athletic Association club is J.K. Bracken's GAC.

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  1. ^ List of Parishes on Cashel and Emly website http://www.cashel-emly.ie/main/parishes/
  2. ^ "Clonmore Settlement Plan" (PDF). County Tipperary. Retrieved 9 February 2015.