Coldwood National School

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The first Coldwood School was built in 1874 and was located on a site adjacent to the present building on the Craughwell side. Coldwood got its name from the hazel wood “Án Fuar Coll” which means cold hazel.  The old website can be found here.

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Coldwood National School

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Coldwood National School, Coldwood, Craughwell, Co. Galway, Ireland

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