Category:Helen's Bay

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English: Helen's Bay is a village on the North Down coastline between Crawfordsburn and Seahill, four miles west of Bangor. It is named after Helen (née Sheridan), mother of Frederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood and owners of the Clandeboye Estate. It is served by a railway station on the Bangor to Belfast line. It had a population of 1,362 in the 2001 Census. It is within the North Down Borough Council area and is a commuter settlement with a small beach.
Nederlands: Helen's Bay is een plaats in het Noord-Ierse graafschap County Down. De plaats telt 1.362 inwoners.

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