Clohamon village (Irish: Cloch Ámainn) is a picturesque rural village in north-west County Wexford
The village has two geographic features that make it idyllic and therefore a potential filming location. It is located on a relatively elevated hill which gives the village and its approaches many lovely views of the surrounding countryside. These views reach as far as the Blackstairs Moutains to the west. The village is also located on the banks of the Slaney River. The river is crossed in the centre of the village by the Clohamon Bridge. The wide Slaney River combined with the 18th century bridge gives Clohamon a picturesque and idyllic core.
Filmmakers may also be interested in the village for its industrial park. At one end of the village is the Ryland business park. The business park has a variety of industries, including a meat processing factory and a recyling centre. While these businesses are located in the village, they are grouped at one side of the village, so they don’t spoil the picturesque and tranquil feel of the rest of the village.
Clohamon Bridge is located in the village.
Located on the N80 national road.
Nearest town: Bunclody, 10km away, or Enniscorthy, 16km away.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Clohamon, Co. Wexford
District Manager, Enniscorthy Municipal District