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Killinchy () is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland, two miles inland from the western shores of Strangford Lough in the Borough of Ards. According to the 2001 Census the population was 492.

The village sits on a hill overlooking Strangford Lough, the nearby settlement of Balloo is treated as part of Killinchy. In Balloo, the main shop is McCanns (formerly called Killinchy General Stores). It includes a coffee shop, 'Muffler's', and a hardware store and post office. Opposite McCanns is a petrol station including a Mace convenience store. In Balloo there is also a Masonic Hall and a butcher's shop. Killinchy has a community hall and a new children's playground. The main pub in the district is Balloo House which has won awards for its food. Killinchy has three Churches, , Killinchy Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church and Killinchy Church of Ireland

The annual Pigstock festival is held in Killinchy.

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