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Donagh Bar, in Donagh
Grid reference: H398298
Location: 54°12’58"N, 7°23’29"W
Population: 255  (2001)
Dialling code: 028
Local Government
Council: Fermanagh and Omagh
Fermanagh and South Tyrone

Donagh is a small village and townland in Fermanagh, in the south-east of the county between Lisnaskea and Newtownbutler. At the 2001 Census it had a population of 255.

There is another townland called Donagh in County Fermanagh, as well as one in County Monaghan in the Republic of Ireland.

Donagh was originally known in the Irish language as Ua Dúnáin Dhomhnaigh Maighe da Claoíne do Mharbhad (meaning 'O'Doonan's Church of the Plain of the Two Slopes'), and was later known in Irish as Domhnach Maighe Dhá Chlaoine (meaning 'Church of the Plain of the Two Slopes').[1] It was originally anglicised as 'Donoghmoychinny' or 'Donaghmoyline', and later simply as Donagh.

About the village

The village features two protected sites: one is Donagh House, a listed building, the other an ancient ecclesiastical site featuring a ruined church and a graveyard.[2]


  • Gaelic sports: St Patrick's GAA


  1. Brian G. Scott (General Editor), Claire Foley and Ronan McHugh, An Archaeological Survey of County Fermanagh: Volume I, Part 1 - The Prehistoric Period, p. 39 (Northern Ireland Environment Agency and Colourpoint Books, 2014)
  2. "Fermanagh Area Plan 2007 – Proposals: Donagh". Northern Ireland Planning Service. Retrieved 2009-03-26.