Delgany Tidy Towns have a clean-up planned for the 8th & 9th of May and are looking for people to come out and help around the area they live in. Due to covid restrictions there will not be a central meeting point but instead there will be a number of smaller...
A Strategic Housing Development application, for the Carmelite Convent site has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála. We recognise that some sort of development will take place on the site and no doubt it will add to the vibrancy of our lovely village. There are some...
DCC statement re development plans at Delgany Convent Lands 31.10.2020 Delgany Community Council (DCC) is aware of considerable local interest at the Drumakilla Ltd. plans for 96 houses and 136 apartments on the former convent lands in the heart of Delgany village....
Horse and Hound
Pub, Bar, Accommodation, Venue. Established 1790
A family owned butchers with long tradition and history.
Doe Eyes is a premier Eye Lash salon.
Eco Plus+ Electrical
Eco Plus+ Electrical is an electrician offering all electrical services for commercial and domestic.
Llyod's Auto Centre
Delgany’s car mechanic with all services offered: NCT checks, full services, repairs, electronic diagnostics etc.
Mini market is Delgany’s cornershop. It offers everything one would need in a daily situation, such as bread, milk, newspapers, dish-washing liquid and more.
The Carmelite Monastery has been an integral part of the parish of Kilquade for over 173 years. I is set between the mountains and the sea, in the ‘Garden of Ireland’, surrounded by natural beauty throughout all seasons.
Kindlestown Castle is a late stone example of a medieval hall house, possibly dating back to the 9th century.
Christ Church Delgany
The Christ Church in Delgany was built in 1789 by in Peter La Touche. Many members of the La Touche family are buried in the crypt under the Church.