Cloonbonniffe

Cloonbonniffe, officially Cloonbonniff (Irish: Cluain Banbh),[1] is a small village and townland in County Roscommon, Ireland. The nearest town is Castlerea, about five miles east.

Cloonbonniff is home to the O'Connor Don National School and community centre, which is beside Cloonbonniffe Catholic Church.[2]

At the 2006 census the population of Cloonbonniffe was 306 with an area of 3,464 hectares

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