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Corrimbla or Corimla is an area approximately 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east/north-east of Ballina, County Mayo in Ireland. It comprises two townlands, Corimla North and Corimla South.[1][2]

Corrimbla covers roughly 2 square miles (5.2 km2) and is divided into north and south sides. The north side (Corimla North) is sparsely populated and inhabited by about 30 people.[citation needed] The south side (Corimla South, along the Bonniconlon road) has up to 70 people living in the area.[citation needed] The Little Brosna River and Glenree River pass through the townland.[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ "Corimla North Townland, Co. Mayo".
  2. ^ "Corimla South Townland, Co. Mayo".

Coordinates: 54°06′35″N 9°04′23″W / 54.1097°N 9.0731°W / 54.1097; -9.0731