- Not to be confused with Cranford, Donegal, a small village in Northeast Donegal, Ireland
Áth an Chorráin
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It is closely associated with the Irish Rebellion of 1798. The village features an early 17th-century corn mill which has been restored. Craanford also has an aqua park at the bottom of the village. The River Lask also flows through Craanford.
- St. Patricks N.S. Craanford
The village also has a GAA club and Camogie Club which now has a walking track around the local G.A.A. pitch. They have an indoor complex and are building two new dressing rooms and an underpass from the school.
- Craanford on NorthWexford.com