Farran is a village in County Cork, Ireland, in the parish of Ovens. It lies on the southside of the River Lee. Farran is 6 miles west from Cork City on the N22 road.
The village has a primary school, rainbow creche and Montessori and Farran Montessori school. A church, town hall, hair salon and various B&Bs add to the amenities of the area while Kilcrea Abbey and Kilcrea Castle are historical sites still visited by tourists and locals alike. Until recently the village also had a Gala supermarket/post office and two pubs. Farran is home to over 5,000 people, a few of whom have made a name for themselves in world sport, incluing the former Celtic and Manchester United player Liam Miller. There is a vibrant youth club that meets regularly in the town hall. The area is also rich in history and local folklore.
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