Where is cookstown in Northern Ireland?

Tuesday 2nd July 2013

Where is cookstown in Northern Ireland?

Cookstown District occupies a central position in Northern Ireland, and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is situated between the contrasting scenery of Lough Neagh to the east and the rugged beauty of the Sperrin Mountains to the north west, offering some of Tyrone’s finest scenery and attractions.


The District has a population of 36,283 (2009), and covers approximately 622 square kilometres. Cookstown District has largely a rural population, with Cookstown town accounting for one third of the district’s population.

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