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Scarva, Co. Down

Scarva is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is at the boundary with County Armagh, which is marked by the Newry Canal. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 320.

Scarva is famous as the location of the "Sham Fight" Pageant on 13 July every year. The Pageant attracts thousands of members of the Royal Black Preceptory, a group related to the Orange Order, who come to march and stage a symbolic re-enactment of the 1690 Battle of the Boyne.
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Blackwell House Blackwell House

Blackwell House, 33 Mullabrack Road, Scarva, Co-Down, Banbridge, BT63 6BP, Co. Down
Blackwell House is located in the countryside bordering County Down and County Armagh, 5 miles from Banbridge. This beautiful country house offers lovely rooms, a restaurant and a garden.

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