St Columba's Church, Drumcliff

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St Columba's Church
Saint Columba's Church of Ireland, Drumcliffe 01.jpg
54°19′34″N 8°29′36″W / 54.32624°N 8.49347°W / 54.32624; -8.49347Coordinates: 54°19′34″N 8°29′36″W / 54.32624°N 8.49347°W / 54.32624; -8.49347
Location Drumcliff, Co. Sligo
Country Republic of Ireland
Denomination Church of Ireland
Status Parish church
Consecrated 1809
Functional status Active
Style Neo-Gothic
Materials Limestone
Bells 1
Diocese Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh
Province Armagh
Vicar(s) Rev. Isaac Hanna

St Columba's Church is a parish church of the Church of Ireland, located in the village of Drumcliff, County Sligo. It is best known for its association with William Butler Yeats, who was buried in the churchyard in 1948, having previously been buried close to where he died, in France.[1]

The church is also noted for being a fine example of neo-Gothic architecture, having been built using money from the Board of First Fruits in 1809.[2]


  1. ^ Foster (2003), p. 656
  2. ^ (2018). Saint Columba's Church of Ireland, Drumcliff, County Sligo: Buildings of Ireland: National Inventory of Architectural Heritage. [online] Available at: [Accessed 30 Apr. 2018].

External links

  • The Church website

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