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Drumlough, Rathfriland

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Coordinates: 54°13′08″N 6°10′44″W / 54.219°N 6.179°W / 54.219; -6.179 Drumlough (Irish: Druim Loch) is a village/townland in County Down, Northern Ireland, southwest of Rathfriland, and is located in the civil parish of Drumgath.

Drumlough Pipe Band was formed in 1942 and although no longer competing at RSPBA competition level, some of its members play for other bands at Grades 2 and 4.

Drumlough Lake is a small trout fishery controlled by the local Rathfriland Angling Club. The lake contains mainly rainbow trout, but in recent years, large numbers of perch have begun to appear in the lake.

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