Nurney, County Kildare
|Elevation||71 m (233 ft)|
|Time zone||WET (UTC+0)|
|• Summer (DST)||IST (WEST) (UTC-1)|
|Irish Grid Reference||N704056|
Nurney (Irish: An Urnaí meaning "Oratory/prayer house/chapel") is a village in County Kildare, Ireland on the Tully Stream. It lies on the R415 regional road 8 km south of Kildare and is signposted from the M7 motorway at junction 13.
The village has a church, a pub, a school, a shop, and two graveyards. A petrol station and Michelin Star chip shop opened in the village in recent times.
In 2006, its population was recorded at 354 an increase of 48% from 2002 owing to an influx of settlers from Dublin, which lies some 60 km away.
South Kildare Community Transport's Newbridge-Kildare-Athy route serves Nurney on Mondays to Fridays with two services each way a day. The bus also serves Kildare railway station, the nearest station to Nurney, enabling journeys to/from many parts of Ireland.
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