Drumlough, Hillsborough

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This article is about the village in County Down. For other uses, see Drumlough.

Coordinates: 54°25′48″N 6°02′13″W / 54.430°N 6.037°W / 54.430; -6.037 Drumlough (Irish: Druim Loch) is a village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland, south of Hillsborough and east of Dromore. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 96 people. It is situated in the Lisburn City Council area. Locally significant buildings include Drumlough Presbyterian Church and manse, Rose Cottage (pre 1830), and an Orange Hall built in 1907.[citation needed]

Drumlough Pipe Band was formed in 1950 and competes in competitions organised by the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association.[1]


  1. ^ *Drumlough Pipe Band website; accessed 4 May 2015.


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