Category:Carrowdore

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English: Carrowdore is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland, on the Ards Peninsula. It lies within the Ards Borough Council area. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 816 people. Carrowdore also has the widest main street in the United Kingdom and once boasted the widest main street in Europe. The village is growing at a very fast rate and good and BIG things are in store.The village also annually hosts Ballywalter's young farmer's barbecue, which is situated in Mr James Qualter's farm approx.1/2 mile outside Carrowdore. This event attracts Young farmer's from all over the province including as far away as Enniskillen or Ballymena, a few hundred people come to the disco/BBQ on an annual basis,it's also the largest young farmer's barbecue in the province. Strangford Integrated College is situated in Carrowdore, which educates approx. 620 pupils. There is also a primary school, Carrowdore Primary School which educates approx. 150 pupils in the grounds with the primary school is a 'playgroup' nursery , which hosts to approx. 30-40 young children.
Nederlands: Carrowdore ( Iers: Ceathrú Dobhair) is een plaats in het Noord-Ierse County Down. Carrowdore telt 813 inwoners. Van de bevolking is 93% protestant en 2,1% katholiek.