Tuamgraney is a village and parish in east Clare. Situated a kilometre from the River Graney which flows into Lough Derg, it is an ancient settlement - noted for St Cronan's Church, which is said to be the oldest church in Ireland still is use. The parish is in the barony of Tulla Upper and contains the villages of Scarriff and Tomgraney. The village of Tuamgraney lies in such close proximity to the town of Scarriff that today the two are often considered to be one single settlement. Nearby Tuamgraney castle is still in a good state of preservation. Located on the R463, local amenities include a church, garden of remembrance, fishing at Reddan's Quay, shops and pubs.