Edenderry Village is a small village – the 2001 Census records a population of 252. It is situated in the Lagan Valley approximately 4 miles from Belfast City centre on the County Down side of the river Lagan, and a short distance up-stream from Shaw’s Bridge.
The name Edenderry means “hill-brow of the oak-grove”. More information about the village can be found at The Edenderry Village Website
A video of the social and economic history of the village can be viewed here ‘Edenderry Village – Past and Present’