Cashel, Zimbabwe

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Cashel is a village in the province of Manicaland, Zimbabwe, located near the Mozambique border, just north of the Chimanimani mountains. Forestry, bananas, wheat and other cash crops are grown in the area. It was originally called Penkridge but was changed to Cashel in 1957. It was named after Lt. Col. E. Cashel, a former member of the British South Africa Police and the Rhodesian Volunteers, who retired to this area after World War I.

Coordinates: 19°33′S 32°47′E / 19.550°S 32.783°E / -19.550; 32.783