Nurney, County Kildare
|Elevation||71 m (233 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+0 (WET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-1 (IST (WEST))|
|Irish Grid Reference|
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.
The village has a church, a pub, a school, a shop and two graveyards. A petrol station opened in the village in recent times.
Skerries Irish Figure Dancing Class has been teaching Irish Figure dancing for over 40 years and classes are held weekly in the local GAA hall.
In 2006, Nurney's 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.
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