Richhill is a large village in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is in the townland of Legacorry , roughly halfway between Armagh and Portadown. The 2001 Census recorded a population of 2,818 people.
Richhill, originally named Legacorry, takes its name from Edward Richardson , who built Richhill Castle, a Dutch-gabled manor house. Richhill has won a string of "Best Kept village" awards. The bottom of the village is overlooked by Saint Matthewâs Church of Ireland, which provides a backdrop to most views of the village.
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74 Legacorry Road, Richhill, BT61 9LF, Co. Armagh
This former listed residential property located at Richill on the main Armagh to Portadown Road was tastefully renovated into a restaurant in November 2000. Stonebridge has an extensive modern Irish style menu and firmly believes that the food, servi