Clarinbridge (Irish: Droichead an Chláirín, meaning "Small Board Bridge") is a small village, approximately 15 minutes drive south of Galway, Ireland in the Diocese of Kilmacduagh. It is on the mouth of the Clarin River at the end of Dunbulcaun Bay, which is the easternmost part of Galway Bay. It is famous for its yearly oyster festival that is held in the second week of September.
Clarinbridge was home to the Redington family who owned much of the land and property in the village. The church is located on the primary road passing through the village, the N18. There are many other church ruins in the parish, most notably the one in Killeely. The town is also known for its great hurling tradition.
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