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Vesta Stoves, based in the United Kingdom Manufacture and install in Carnmoney Our range of stoves are made in Lancashire and deliver directly to your door in Carnmoney


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Carnmoney (from Irish Carn Monaidh, meaning ‘cairn of the bog’) is the name of a townland (of 456 acres),[1]electoral ward and a civil parish in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Carnmoney is within the urban area called Newtownabbey and the wider Newtownabbey Borough. It lies 7 miles (11 km) from Belfast city centre in the historic barony of Belfast Lower.[1][2]

Carnmoney is known throughout Belfast for its large graveyard. Carnmoney Cemetery sits on the slopes of Carnmoney Hill, a major landmark in the area, which also contains a woodland nature reserve. The poet Derek Mahon mentions Carnmoney Cemetery in his poem “My Wicked Uncle”.