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Ballyvolane, Cork City

Ballyvolane is a suburb of Cork City. Located on the north side of the city. It is home for many people.

Ballyvolane borders with Mayfield, Whitescross, Glenheights and Dublin Hill.

The two schools in Ballyvolane are St.Aidan's C.C and Scoil Oilibheir.

In June 2012, several households in the area were damaged by flooding. [1]

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  1. ^ "In Cork city, business owners and residents in both Douglas and Blackpool suffered serious damage to their premises and homes, while householders in Glanmire and Ballyvolane were also flooded, as were business people in Clonakilty, west Cork." "Flood relief fund extended to Cork" , The Irish Times, July 18, 2012.
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