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Bansha, Co. Tipperary

Bansha (Irish: An Bháinseach, meaning “a grassy place”) is a village in County Tipperary in Ireland

Bansha is located on the National Primary Route (N24) linking the cities of Limerick and Waterford and is eight kilometres south-east of Tipperary Town and thirteen kilometres north-west of Cahir.

The village is strategically located on the eastern approaches to the Glen of Aherlow, which forms a large part of the parish as do the Galtee Mountains (spelt Galty Mountains on Ordnance Survey maps), which has the highest inland mountain peak in Ireland, Galtymore (917 metres, or 3,009 ft).

Bansha is located in the Golden Vale and the surrounding land is some of the finest in the Ireland due to its natural limestone bedrock.

The River Ara flows by the village through the Deer Park of the old Lismacue demesne

20 mins rock of cashel

10 mins glen of aherlow

20 mins cahir castle

Golden Vale of Ireland

Population (2016) 333

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Registered in Ireland No: 111380
Charity No: CHY 6799
CRA No: 20013417

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