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Cloghduv or Cloghduff (// klokh-DUV; Irish: Cloch Dhubh, meaning "black stone") is a village in County Cork, Ireland. It has a population of 300 people. The main industry is agriculture, although it is rapidly becoming a commuter village for Cork City.
Cloughduv is served by St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
The Village of Cloughduv consists of a Pub, the Spreading Chestnut, a shop, a creamery, a church and three housing estates; Carrig Aoil, Oakville Terrace, and Cois Cille. The village is also 1.4 km from the River Bride.
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