Welcome to the Muff Diving Club
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Muff Diving Club was set up in the late 1980's and has been one of the oldest and most successful diving clubs on the Island of Ireland. So if you're looking for a trip to Ireland and you fancy some diving, then Muff is the place for you, and this site is where you start.
Muff is a village in County Donegal in the northwest of Ireland which has recently become part of the outer suburbs of Derry due to the continued growth of that city towards the north and west. It is located on the road to Moville, on the northern outskirts of the city and at the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Muff has experienced a great growth in population during the last decade, which has seen people from Northern Ireland moving across the border.
Each summer, usually during the first week in August, the village celebrates Muff Festival which includes competitions, competitive JCB driving, street partying, parades Céilidh dancing, amusements in the central park, night-time entertainment, and live performances in the public houses in the area: Finnegans, Squealin' Pig, The Ture, The Carmans and Big Jim's. The football competitions held during the festival attract a lot of people from Derry, Redcastle and Moville, as they try to win the prizes.