Scoil: Corrovally, Achadh Dúin, An Sciobairín (uimhir rolla 13961)

Suíomh:
An Chorrbhaile, Co. Chorcaí
Múinteoir:
Eileen Reid

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The Leimawaddera River

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In the district of Kilcoe, at the back of the school which I attend, there is a beautiful little river called the "Leimawaddera". It means the "Dog's Leap" because it is so narrow that a dog is considered able to leap across it in some places.
It rises at the foot of Mound Kid in Constable Lake. This lake covers over four acres of land. It is so called because a policeman was drowned in it a very long time ago.
After leaving the lake the Leimawaddera comes winding down through marshy land till it reaches Ballybawn which means the 'white townland', because in summer when the hawthorn is in bloom the place

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Betty Connell
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