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Amenities and development
The village has a number of small shops, a farm-store, café, post-office, local GAA club, Roman Catholic church, and is home to the Huntsman and Coleman's public houses. (The latter established for at least 90 years)
The village is located within the study area of the Cork Area Strategic Plan and the lands that surround the village are within the designated Cork County Council "Rural Housing Control Zone". As a result, there has been recent residential housing development in Belgooly.
Landscape and transport
The main road through the village is the R600, which links the village with the city of Cork to the north and Kinsale to the south. The R611, which links Belgooly with Carrigaline extends eastwards from the village. The village is served by a public bus service.
The River Stick flows on the western edge of the village and joins the tidal Belgooly River to the south of the village, before running to Oysterhaven.
The Belgooly Flour Mill, a ruinous building within the village is entered in the initial Record of Protected Structures.
- "2011 Census - Volume 1 - Population Classified by Area" (PDF). Central Statistics Office (Ireland). April 2012. p. 36.
- Guys 1914 Almanac & Directory for County Cork referencing "Coleman Bartholomew, vintner"
- "Kinsale Times - The Belgooly Statue". The Kinsale Times. Archived from the original on 5 June 2008.
- "Cork County Council - Arts Service - Public Art - Artworks by Declan Breen". Cork County Council. Archived from the original on 17 February 2014.
- Belgooly Show Sat 1 June 2013
- South Cork Steam and Vintage Rally | Belgooly Events | World Events Guide[permanent dead link]
- Cork County Council - Bandon Electoral Area Local Area Plan - Belgooly
- Bristol Past : Fishponds Local History Society
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