THIS WAS A CHURCH THAT WAS BUILT IN 1750
The present Church of Our Lady’s Nativity dates back to 1833 and replaced the previous church which was built around 1750.
This 1750 church was built on the banks of the Rye and is now the scouts’ den for the Leixlip Scout Unit.
The River Rye or Ryewater is a tributary of the River Liffey. It rises in County Meath, flowing south-east for 19 miles. Although the river has been the subject of arterial drainage schemes, it is generally fast flowing over a stoney bottom. The Rye’s major tributary is the Lyreen.