Tag: Templemore

Templemore (Irish: An Teampall Mór, meaning “The Big Church”) is a town in North Tipperary, Ireland. It is a civil parish in the historical barony of Eliogarty. It is part of the Roman Catholic parish of Templemore, Clonmore and Killea. The 2011 Census results show the town’s population decreased by 13.8% from 2,255 in 2006 to 1,943 in 2011.
Templemore is the fourth largest town in North Tipperary. It is located in the mid-east of North Tipperary.
The main artery of the town is the N62 National route. Travelling north on this route connects to the main Dublin-Limerick motorway (M7 – Junction 22) and Roscrea. Traveling south on the route connects to Thurles and then the main Dublin-Cork motorway (M8 / N8 – Junction 6 Horse and Jockey). The N62 originates in Athlone.
To the east, the R433 connects the town to the M8 / N8 at a more northerly point (Junction 3) via the villages of Clonmore & Errill and the town of Rathdowney in Co.Laois. Alternatively, the motorway may be accessed via the…