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Annyalla
Eanaigh Gheala
Village
Annyalla is located in Ireland
Annyalla
Annyalla
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 54°09′40″N 6°47′28″W / 54.161°N 6.791°W / 54.161; -6.791Coordinates: 54°09′40″N 6°47′28″W / 54.161°N 6.791°W / 54.161; -6.791
Country Ireland
Province Ulster
County County Monaghan

Annyalla or Annayalla (Irish: Eanaigh Gheala, meaning "bright marshes or pools") is a small village and townland situated in the east of County Monaghan in Ireland between Castleblayney and Clontibret. Annyalla is also the name of an area of County Monaghan and is part of the parish of Clontibret.

The main feature of the village is St Michael's church, built between 1922 and 1927. It was designed by the architect William A Scott and completed under the supervision of R M Butler of University College Dublin. The Monaghan Gaelic Athletic Association Training & Development Centre, is located nearby at Cloghan.

Since November 2007 the village has been by-passed by the Castleblayney to Clontibret by-pass but the church and village are visible from it.


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25 news items

 
News North Wales
Thu, 28 May 2015 06:18:45 -0700

FAMILY business Annyalla Chicks UK has just completed a £5m investment supported by Barclays to acquire the site it has been renting for the last four years on Wrexham Industrial Estate. Barclays has also helped Annyalla make further investment in ...
 
BBC News
Wed, 11 Aug 2010 23:46:07 -0700

An Irish poultry firm is planning to open its first UK plant in Wrexham, producing 600,000 chicks a week. Annyalla Chicks, based in County Monaghan, said it planned to take on 20 staff when it opens at the former Delta Foods site by the end of the year.
 
Insider Media
Wed, 13 May 2015 07:58:28 -0700

John Mawer, company director at Annyalla Chicks UK, said: "The new investment will create additional local jobs and allow us to significantly increase production to over four times what we were producing when the business arrived in Wrexham four years ...

Irish Times

Irish Times
Thu, 30 Apr 2015 10:03:45 -0700

Denis McCullough SC, for Patrick, now aged seven, from Annyalla, Castleblayeny, Co Monaghan said the boy has dyskinetic cerebral palsy, is confined to a wheelchair and has no means of communciating. Through his mother Niamh Brannigan, Patrick had ...
 
meatinfo.co.uk
Wed, 18 Aug 2010 01:53:16 -0700

Annyalla Chicks, based in County Monaghan, is reported to be creating its first UK plant in Wrexham, taking on 20 staff when it opens at the former Delta Foods site by the end of the year, writes the BBC. The company is also claimed to be looking to ...

Agriland

Agriland
Wed, 03 Jun 2015 07:13:13 -0700

Two schools, one in Co. Galway and one in Co. Laois have won the 2015 Moo Crew Competition. The National Dairy Council (NDC), which organises the event, said Tynagh National School, Tynagh, Loughrea, Co. Galway was the national winner of the ...

Irish Times

Irish Times
Fri, 27 Sep 2013 02:59:45 -0700

Househunters are queuing outside properties with sale prices starting at just €30,000 in Knock Carrick, Annyalla, Co Monaghan. The 11 houses go on sale tomorrow on a first-come-first-served basis, according to Gunne Auctioneers, who are managing the ...
 
News North Wales
Fri, 30 May 2014 00:41:15 -0700

Heidi Di-Pietrov, of Annyalla Chicks in Abenbury Way on Wrexham Industrial Estate said: “It would be devastating to lose that number of chicks in one go. “The chicks are cared for like little pets. To lose something you care for that much would be ...
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