The Present day Church of Ireland church is believed to stand on the site of the eight century Annaduff Abbey, and ruins to corroborate this can be found in the graveyard at the church.
The Loop of the Shannon provided an easily defensible strategic point, surrounded on three sides by fast-flowing water. A five metre high and thirty metre wide earthenwork bank known as 'The Dun' was constructed to protect the remaining entry point. Parts of this bank can still be traced if you search carefully.
Tully Lake is 45 acres with limited stands. Good access make this a very popular venue, with bream, hybrids, roach, rudd and tench.
Aduff Lake is a renowned tench water with six platforms, also good for bream amd roach.
Lowfield lake This lake is connected to Carlton Lake by a small strech of river. Both are rich waters with for bream, hybrids, roach, rudd and tench.