Mountfield, County Tyrone

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Mountfield
Village
Mountfield Roman Catholic church
Mountfield Roman Catholic church
Mountfield is located in Northern Ireland
Mountfield
Mountfield
Mountfield is located in the United Kingdom
Mountfield
Mountfield
Coordinates: 54°38′49″N 7°10′09″W / 54.64694°N 7.16917°W / 54.64694; -7.16917Coordinates: 54°38′49″N 7°10′09″W / 54.64694°N 7.16917°W / 54.64694; -7.16917
Country United Kingdom
Constituent country Northern Ireland
CountyCounty Tyrone
TownlandAghalane
Population
 (2011)
 • Total252

Mountfield is a small village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is within the townland of Aghalane, northeast of Omagh. It lies on the A505 road and had a population of 252 in the 2001 Census. It is set in a stretch of undulating countryside and is regarded as a gateway to the Sperrin Mountains.[1]

The village was developed mainly in the 19th century by Sir William McMahon and today is a quiet, tranquil place with its economy dependent on agriculture.

Mountfield is part of the Omagh District Council area.

Sport[edit]

Mountfield is the home of Mountfield F.C. Set up 2014, Mountfield is the home of Sperrin Óg Ladies Gaelic Football Club.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Omagh District Council web site Archived 2006-08-10 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved December 19, 2012.

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