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Welcome to our Mungret Village website!


Mungret parish contains a striking contrast between the urban Raheen section and rural Crecora. Its location on the outskirts of Limerick City means that this parish is growing rapidly, as the city expands. The current population of the parish is estimated at about 9000.

2013 saw a major upgrade of the village with new walkways, green areas, and traffic management being installed. 2016 will see new cycleways and footpaths joining the village up with Raheen and the building of two new primary schools and a public park and playground on the grounds of Mungret College.

In the Catholic Directory of 1837, Mungret parish is referred to as Loghmore. In the same year the parish name was changed to Mungret. According to Lewis, the civil parish of Loghmore comprised of Crecora, Mungret, Knocknagall and part of Kilpeacon, with chapels in Crecora and Mungret.

The name Mungret is supposedly derived from the Irish Muine Gairid, meaning 'the Short Hill', or 'the Short Thicket or Grove', although according to 'Limerick, the Rich Land', this definition was a guess by John O'Donovan in 1840. Other Irish forms of the name are Imungram and Moungairid.

If you would like to add news or announcements to the website then ring Nigel at 086-202-2670


Recent Announcements

  • Public Meeting Mungret Community Council is holding an open meeting in Mungret Regional Football Club on the 8th of October at 7.30pm to discuss the needs of the full community, we ...
    Posted 2 Oct 2018, 13:20 by Emma Mullane
  • Bat Detecting Workshops Ballyhoura Development is running two bat detecting workshops on the 19th of June in Lough Gur.To book please phone 063 91300.
    Posted 5 Jun 2018, 04:06 by Emma Mullane
  • West Limerick Cultural & Heritage Tourism Action Plan There is a public consultation event to advise the development of a ‘Culture and Heritage Tourism Action Plan’ for West Limerick. I would appreciate if you would please share with ...
    Posted 23 Apr 2018, 09:21 by Emma Mullane
  • Skills for Work Programme Skills for Work is a national programme aimed at providing training opportunities to help employees deal with the basic skills demands of the workplace. The initiative is funded by the ...
    Posted 23 Apr 2018, 09:18 by Emma Mullane
  • TLC 2018 Thanks once again to all who participated! See attached thank you letter from JP McManus.
    Posted 23 Apr 2018, 09:14 by Emma Mullane
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