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Loch Gowna

Loch Gowna is a village in Co Cavan on the border with Co Longford, which takes its name from nearby Lough Gowna - a freshwater lake which is the uppermost lake on the River Erne. Loch Gowna or Gowna, as it is sometimes known, is located on the north-eastern shore of the lake. The originally name for the village was Scrabby but this was changed in 1950 after a plebiscite of the villagers. The village serves as a service centre for tourism, with hotel accommodation and sizeable numbers of holiday homes in the area. Local amenities including fishing and boating activities, a post office, a GAA Club, pubs, shops and takeaways....

Household In Loch Gowna

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One Person

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Couple without Children

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Couple with Children

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Single Parent

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Resident Age

Under 1616-3435-4950-6465+10%20%0%28%27.0021.0021.0018.0013.0022.0028.0022.0016.0012.00Loch GownaNational
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House Age

Before 19191919-19601961-19801981-2000After 2000Not Stated10%20%30%0%33%16.0013.0012.0025.0033.001.009.0015.0020.0025.0026.005.00Loch GownaNational
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Housing Type In Loch Gowna

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