• Let the resurrection joy lift us from loneliness and weakness and despair to strength and beauty and happiness.

    Floyd W. Tomkins
  • divide side
  • Newsletter

  • divide side
  • The Week Ahead

    • Jig Saw Club Saturday Event
      on Sat 25th March 2017 2:00pm
      at
    • Morning Prayer & Children’s Jigsaw Club
      on Sun 26th March 2017 10:00am
      at St Mary's Church, Doneraile
    • The Eucharist
      on Sun 26th March 2017 10:00am
      at St Mary's Church, Castletownroche
    • Jig Saw Club
      on Sun 26th March 2017 11:30am
      at St James' Church Hall, Mallow
    • Morning Prayer & Children’s JigsawClub
      on Sun 26th March 2017 11:45am
      at St James' Church, Mallow
    • The Eucharist
      on Wed 29th March 2017 11:00am
      at St James' Church, Mallow
    • Mallow Prayer Group
      on Wed 29th March 2017 7:00pm
      at St James' Church Hall, Mallow
  • stained glass detail
  • twitter

About Mallow

We like to think of Mallow as the capital of North Cork. It is well placed for reaching every part of the county on the main road from Cork to Limerick and on a link route between the Cork to Dublin Road and Killarney

There are three bridges over the Blackwater River at Mallow. North of the town are the Ballyhoura Hills and immediately to the south are the Nagle mountains. Being only twenty minutes by road or rail from Cork, Mallow is quickly becoming a commuter town for the city.

Mallow is a busy trading town at the crossroads of Munster. Cork Racecourse is on the outskirts of the town and is a major venue.

Mallow has had an interesting history recalled now by the castle, built by the Normans to guard a ford on the river Blackwater and around which the town grew up; St. Anne’s Church, another Norman foundation and the scene of many important and notorious events! and the Spa House, built, in the 1700’s, where hot springs flow out of a limestone cliff and which attracted people from far and near to take the waters.

There are many historical sites in the town and all along the Blackwater Valley. They are almost totally undeveloped and unspoilt. There are good reasons why the Munster Blackwater is nicknamed ‘The Rhine of Ireland’. The main attractions in the town are the Spa House, the ancient St. Anne’s Church and the Castle.

There is an official web site for Mallow at: www.mallow.ie which contains masses of information and many links to other sites.