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Burnfoot Airdrie Burnfoot Airdrie is a council area in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire. It is south of Rochsoles, north of Whinhall, west of Glenmavis and east of Airdrie High Street.
Burnfoot railway station Burnfoot railway station served Burnfoot in County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland.
Burnfoot, County Londonderry In 2010 a man appeared in court charged with provocative behaviour after removing a loyalist flag from a lampost in the area.The judge stated he should be commended for his actions.
Burnfoot, Scottish Borders Other places nearby include Appletreehall, Burnhead, Burnhead Tower, Kirkton, and Galalaw.
Burnfoot, County Londonderry Burnfoot is a small village within the townland of Bonnanaboigh in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It lies 4 km north of Dungiven and 9 km south of Limavady. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 195. It is situated within Causeway Coast and Glens district.
Burnfoot, County Londonderry It is beside the River Roe, with the greater part of the built up area on the western side of Drumrane Road. The village has a good range of social, educational and recreational facilities, but commercial services are limited. It has quite a large village shop, football fields and a primary school plus Orange Hall. Burnfoot has two churches, Bovevagh Church of Ireland (St. Eugenius) and Camnish Presbyterian Church. The Church of Ireland are currently developing a new parish centre for the development of the parish. Burnfoot has its own community hall and youth clubs such as the Girls Brigade. It has had a recent new housing development called Rosebrook which added at least 15 houses to the area, making the population now about 250.
Burnfoot, County Donegal Burnfoot () is a small village on the Inishowen peninsula in County Donegal, Ireland. It lies within the townland of Ballyderowen. It has a few local shops and a pub. It has a population of 398 (2006 census).
Burnfoot railway station The Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway opened the station on 12 November 1881.
Burnfoot, County Donegal There is a small industrial estate which, among other firms, houses E&I Engineering, a major local employer with over 300 employees.
Burnfoot, Scottish Borders Burnfoot (, ) is a housing estate just east of the A7, in the northern part of Hawick, by the Boonraw Burn, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. Wilton Dean and Stirches were also villages surrounding Hawick. Burnfoot was built as a council estate between the 1950s and 1970s and is now mostly owned by the Scottish Borders Housing Association and Waverley Housing, two social landlords in the Borders. It is the poorest part of Hawick, with relatively high rates of social deprivation in several areas, especially around Ruberslaw Road and the Meadows, according to the 2001 census. Like many such areas in Scotland, it also has more than its fair share of antisocial behaviour, with many incidents around the Kenilworth Avenue shops. However, its primary school has won praise for its teaching and attitude to various issues in the past.