Welcome to Drumlane Community Online

Fáilte uí cheallaigh chuig greasán Droim Leathain. Drumlane or Droim Leathain meaning broad ridge/hill gives the parish its name and is the site of a monastic settlement dating back before the 5th century. We are a rural parish set in a picturesque  landscape of drumlins and small lakes.

The River Erne forms the southern and eastern boundaries and the Woodford River and Fermanagh forms boundaries to the west and north. The parish is situated between the towns of Belturbet, Ballyconnell and Killeshandra.

Keep Drumlane Litter Free.

If you're out for a walk in the area, please pick up any litter (using gloves and a litter picker), and recycle or dispose of it responsibly. Tidying up a small amount on a regular basis can result in a huge improvement over time.  Using a litter picker makes the job...

St.Columba’s Church Bicentenary

On Sunday 29th of October 2023 a Church service is being held to celebrate 200 years of St.Columba's Church, Kilynaher, Drumlane.  

Photos, Info and Stories needed for Drumlane.ie Archive

We would like to hear from people, both local and further afield, who have any photographs, information or stories about people from Drumlane to add to the Drumlane.ie web site. The main purpose of this web site is to provide an archive of information of all kinds...

Litter Picking

If you're out for a walk in the area, please pick up any litter (using gloves and a litter picker), and recycle or dispose of it responsibly. Tidying up a small amount on a regular basis can result in a huge improvement over time.  Using a litter picker makes the job...

Happy Easter

Happy Easter to everyone near and far 🙂  

Litter picking.

If you're out for a walk in the area, please pick up any litter (using gloves or a litter picker), and recycle or dispose of it responsibly. Tidying up a small amount on a regular basis can result in a huge improvement over time.  Using a litter picker makes the job a...

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

Drumlane Community Partnership would like to wish everyone, near and far, a very enjoyable Saint Patrick's Day 🙂

The Robinson Brothers

The Robinson brothers, Charlie, Michael and Tom Joe were highly renowned craftsmen covering many disciplines like marquetry, joinery, french polishing, tool making, bee keeping, gardening, music, and repairs of all kinds of equipment. Here is a 3 part documentary made...

Your photographs of Drumlane required for an online archive.

We would like to compile a "Faces from the Past"  archive of photographs of people, activities, special occasions, buildings and any other important images, for people to view both locally and around the world. Please email any photographs you have, accompanied by a...

A litter free community.

If you're out for a walk in the area, please pick up any litter (using gloves or a litter picker), and recycle or dispose of it responsibly. Tidying up a small amount on a regular basis can result in a huge improvement over time.  Using a litter picker makes the job a...

About Us

Drumlane Community Partnership is a group of local people who wish to provide improved facilities and services for the local community. It represents all sections of the community.

The Community Partnership’s Mission statement is to:

“Develop Drumlane as a friendly, peaceful, rural area which encourages a strong sense of community respecting different cultures and ages, making it more attractive to both residents and visitors and to provide the necessary facilities required to do so.”

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Milltown in Winter (Image courtesy of www.carlmorrowphotography.com).

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