Tubber, County Galway
|Elevation||46 m (151 ft)|
|Time zone||WET (UTC+0)|
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|Irish Grid Reference||R407948|
Tubber, County Galway, is the northern part of a loosely defined rural community that spans the border between County Galway and County Clare. It comes under the Catholic parish of Gort and Beagh in the Diocese of Kilmacduagh, and is served by St Ann's Church, Beagh. Tubber, County Clare, is a Catholic parish in the Diocese of Killaloe, and is served by St Michael's Church at Tubber Cross. The area as a whole roughly encompasses the townlands with a 3 miles (4.8 km) radius ( ) The Tubber post office is in Galway. There is a holy well of Tobereendoney (Tobar Rí an Domhnaigh) from which the community takes its name.
Fiddaun Castle, a tower house between Lough Doo and Lough Aslaun built around 1574, is near to the village of Tubber. It is one of three castles that the O'Shaughnessy family owned in the area, the others being Gort Castle and Ardamullivan Castle.
- Éamonn Taaffe - intercounty hurler
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