Ballylesson (from Irish: Baile na Leasán, meaning "townland of the small ringforts") is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 108 people. The village lies within the Lagan Valley Regional Park and the Lisburn City Council area.
Places of interest
Holy Trinity Church in Ballylesson is a listed building. It was built in 1788 and consecrated in 1789. It has a square tower at the west end with pinnacles at the corners of the tower. The tower also contains a set of eight change-ringing bells, the heavier five of which date to 1791, and were cast by the famous Rudhall foundry, in Gloucester.
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