Grange, County Waterford

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Grange (Irish: An Ghráinseach) is a small village in the west County Waterford, Ireland. It borders and Ardmore and An Seanphobal. Ardmore and Grange are two villages that make up the Ardmore-Grange parish.

Amenities[edit]

The village lies on the N25 road, and consists of an 1835 Roman Catholic Church and a National School: St. Mary's, two shops, Glanbia and the local shop: Michael O'Brien's, and a pub (Flemings Bar). It is growing steadily, conveniently situated between the towns of Youghal to the west, and Dungarvan to the west.

Tour de France[edit]

Stage 2 of the 1998 Tour de France passed through Grange.

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Coordinates: 51°59′06″N 7°45′00″W / 51.985°N 7.750°W / 51.985; -7.750