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The Carrigallen coat of arms was conceptualized by Canon J A Young and Tony Fahy over dinner in the Kilbracken Arms Hotel in 1991. The original design was completed on a serviette and was first emblazoned on to the glass lamps outside Corn Mill Theatre in Carrigallen. It has since been used for stationery, football jerseys, flags and bunting.

It comprises of 4 segments; the mill wheel that stands at the entrance of the village and is the emblem of the Corn Mill Theatre; a fish that recognizes the angling qualities Carrigallen offers; cattle and sheep, like most Irish villages agricultural was and still is a main source of employment for some locals, and finally the bell tower of the Church of Ireland which is visible from the main street of the village as you enter from the Cavan Road.
Last Updated: March 27, 2012
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