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Clonfeacle Parish Church (St. Patrick's) Benburb for EHOD 2022

Clonfeacle Road, Benburb, County Tyrone, BT71 7LQ
St Patricks Church


Clonfeacle Parish Church (St Patrick's) Benburb church dating from 1618 is one of the oldest churches in the diocese still in regular use.  It has a 17th century font and 5 stained glass windows of note. Memorials and features within the church highlight links to major events in Irish history - notably the Battle of Benburb 1646 (with a memorial to Captain James Hamilton of the Clandeboye family who is interred within the church), and the Williamite campaign (with 2 cannon balls dating from this period).  

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Season (10 Sept 2022 - 11 Sept 2022)
Saturday10:00 - 17:00
Sunday14:00 - 17:00

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