Ardmore, County Londonderry
|• Derivation:||Ard Mór|
|• Meaning:||Great height|
Ardmore Roman Catholic Church in 2006
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|• Total||504.38 acres (204.11 ha)|
Ardmore (from Irish: An tArd Mór, meaning "the great height") is a village and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 210. It is within Derry and Strabane district. Ardmore has a number of sports teams including cricket, soccer and Gaelic football.
In the 19th century Ardmore had a bleach-green, the first established in this part of the country, where 25,000 pieces of linen were made yearly.
It closed on 1 January 1933.
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