Dromcollogher is a small town in close proximity to the Cork border situated in the Golden Vale. This medieval town has played a significant role in history, being one of the starting points of the Co-operative Movement in Ireland in the late 19th Century.
The town still has a strong agricultural base and was home to the Irish Dresden pottery factory from 1962 until 2009. Dromcollogher also has a very successful football team, who have a number of Senior County Championship titles.
As a follow on from its co-operative past Dromcollogher boasts a number of community and voluntary projects such as a Day Care Centre for the Elderly, a community Respite Care Centre, the only centre of its kind in Ireland, and housing association schemes for the Elderly and young families.
A community owned Enterprise Centre also operates in the town. St. Josephs National School and Hazelwood College secondary school are also based in the town.
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