Devenish student Zoe unveiled as this year’s Lady of the Lake

Lady of the lake 2014

LADY OF THE LAKE… Zoe-Brooke Kinnear from Irvinestown

FORMER Devenish College student Zoe-Brooke Kinnear has been unveiled as this year’s Lady of the Lake.

As the 36th Lady of the Lake Festival got underway on Friday, 18-year-old Zoe-Brooke made her grand entrance on this year’s mode of transport which was a World War Two army jeep, in recognition of the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings.


Family members, including her mum, dad and 14-year-old brother Houston, and friends were there to see the student revealed as the queen of the festival.

“I was so excited when they told me I had been selected,” she told the Fermanagh Herald.

“I was so shocked and overwhelmed at the number of people who were there on Friday evening. I had to keep it a secret for a couple of weeks and could only tell me my Mum about it. When I heard that I had been selected I couldn’t believe it, I was so happy.

“I have just finished my A-Levels at Devenish College where I studied Business Studies, ICT and Religion and I hope to go and study Criminology at the University of Ulster in Jordanstown.

“I am really enjoying my time as Lady of the Lake so far and looking forward to attending the Fair Day (Wednesday) and the fun day tomorrow as well as the country dance.

“In my spare time I like to go for long walks, shopping and spending time with my friends and I’m looking forward to relaxing the rest of the summer.”

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