Flower Delivery Fivemiletown

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About Fivemiletown

Fivemiletown is a village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. From the Census in April 2001, the recorded population was 1108 people. The postal district of Fivemiletown is BT75 and the Borough Council was Dungannon and South Tyrone until it was merged with other councils to become the Mid Ulster Council. Prior to the Plantation of Ulster, Fivemiletown was known by the Irish name of Ballylurgan. The current English version of the name comes from its location of five miles from various neighboring towns.

Notable sporting organisations and clubs in the area include:

  • Clogher Valley Golf Club
  • Clogher Valley Rugby Football Club
  • Fivemiletown United Football Club

Schools and Educational institutions in the area include:

  • Fivemiletown Nursery School
  • Fivemiletown College
  • St. Mary’s Primary School
  • Fivemiletown Primary School

Geography of Fivemiletown:

At one side of Clogher Valley is Murley Mountain which sits between Fivemiletown and Fintona. North of Fivemiletown is the source of the River Blackwater. Throughout its journey through County Tyrone, County Armagh and County Monaghan, the Blackwater is a popular fishing river with many anglers.

Fivemiletown Creamery

Fivemiletown is home to the famous cheesemaking Fivemiletown Creamery, situated on the Ballylurgan Road. The creamery dates back to 1898 and has a long tradition of artisan cheesemaking. The first Irish blue cheese, Ballyblue, and the first smoked brie in Europe, Ballyoak were both crafted here.