Newtownabbey Locksmiths are a Mobile Locksmith based in Newtownabbey, north of Belfast in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Newtownabbey is often considered to be a suburb of Belfast, it is separated from the rest of the city by Cavehill and Fortwilliam golf course. Newtownabbey has a population of around 70000 making it the third largest settlement in Northern Ireland. It is part of Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council.
Largely a residential area, Newtownabbey Locksmiths are a valuable company in the area. Newtownabbey Locksmiths have helped many Retail and leisure facilities including the Abbey Centre, the Valley Leisure Centre, Glengormley Moviehouse, Glengormley Sportsbowl, the Ballyearl Arts & Leisure Centre and The Theatre at the Mill.
Below is a list of townlands that Newtownabbey Locksmiths Cover:
Ballybought (from Irish: Baile Bocht, meaning ‘poor town’)*
Ballyduff (historically Ballymacelduffe; from Baile Mhic Giolla Dhuibh meaning “MacElduff’s townland”)*
Ballygolan (historically Ballingowlan; from Baile an Ghabhláin or Baile Gobhláin meaning “townland of the fork”)*
Ballyhenry (from Baile Éinrí meaning “Henry’s townland”)*
Ballyvesey (from Baile Feasoighe meaning “Vesey’s townland”)*
Ballywonard (from Baile Mhuine Ard meaning “townland of the high thicket”)*
Carnmoney (from Carn Monaidh meaning “cairn of the bog”)*
Collinward (from Coll an Bháird meaning “the bard’s hazel”)*
Cloughfern (historically Ballycurraghfarny; from Cruach Fearna meaning “stack of the alder” or Currach Fearnaí meaning “marsh of the place of alders”)*
Drumnadrough (from Druimainn Dorcha meaning “dark ridge” or Druim na gCruach meaning “ridge of the stacks”), where Merville Garden Village is located
Dunanney (from Dún Aine meaning “Aine’s stronghold”)*
Glengormley (from Gleann Ghormlaithe meaning “blue-grey valley”)*
Jordanstown (historically Ballyjordan and Ballyjurdan)
Mallusk or Molusk (historically Moyvluske and Moyvliske; from Maigh Bhloisce meaning “Bloisce’s plain”)*
Monkstown (historically Ballynamanagh; from Baile na Manach meaning “townland of the monks”)
Whiteabbey (from An Mhainistir Fhionn meaning “White Abbey”)
White House (from An Teach Geal meaning “the bright/white house”)
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