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Crossabeg

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Crossabeg

Na Crosa Beaga [1]
Town
Ferrycarrig Castle on the northern bank of the Slaney
Crossabeg
Crossabeg
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 52°23′06″N 6°29′42″W / 52.385°N 6.495°W / 52.385; -6.495Coordinates: 52°23′06″N 6°29′42″W / 52.385°N 6.495°W / 52.385; -6.495
CountryIreland
ProvinceLeinster
CountyWexford
Time zoneUTC+0 (WET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC-1 (IST (WEST))
Area code(s)053 91

Crossabeg or Crosabeg[2] (Irish: Na Crosa Beaga) is a small village in County Wexford, Ireland, just north of Wexford town. It contains The Forge Storytelling House, Foley's Pub, St Patrick, St Brigid and St Killian's Catholic church with adjoining cemetery and a primary school.

Sport

Established in 1973, Crossabeg A.F.C. have 2 Senior teams and their facilities are located in Newcastle. The facilities include 2 full size junior playing surfaces, 1 under 10 pitch, a grass training pitch and an all weather surface training pitch.

Facilities

Among tourist attractions in Crossabeg are Ferrycarrig Castle and the four-star Ferrycarrig Hotel located in a setting overlooking the River Slaney.

Crossabeg also contains Ferrycarrig Park, home of the League of Ireland First Division team Wexford FC, and Women's National League team Wexford Youths WFC.

Public transport

Ardcavan[3] provide a daily bus service from the village to Enniscorthy, Dublin/Dublin Airport.[3] Bus Éireann route 380 serves the village on Fridays providing a link to Wexford via Castlebridge.[4] The nearest railway station is Wexford railway station approximately 9 kilometres distant.

See also

References

  1. ^ "I.R. Uimh. 133/1975 - An tOrdú Logainmneacha (Foirmeacha Gaeilge) (Uimh. 1) (Postbhailte) 1975".
  2. ^ "Football". timesonline.co.uk.
  3. ^ a b "Ardcavan Coach Tours". ardcavan.com.
  4. ^ "Dublin Airport - Bus Éireann - View Ireland Bus and Coach Timetables & Buy Tickets".

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