Tributes paid to Lisbellaw United stalwart

TRIBUTES have been paid following the death of Lisbellaw United stalwart Kenneth Forde (62).  Mr Forde, late of Lower Cavanacarragh, Lisbellaw, passed away suddenly at his home on Wednesday last, February 10. Affectionately known as Kenny, he was the first son of James and Elizabeth. He worked for the former Northern Bank for 40 years […]

Tributes pour in for Johnny

TRIBUTES have poured in following the death of well-known community advocate Johnny Corry (86).  Mr Corry, late of Effernan Road, Trillick, passed away peacefully in hospital on Friday, February 5.  He is remembered as a passionate GAA supporter and dedicated community activist. Described as a man who epitomised what a voluntary worker really stood for […]

Record year for local credit union with £9m in savings

IRVINESTOWN Credit Union gave out almost £3 million in local loans last year, and have seen a jump in its members’ savings to almost £9 million.  The town’s credit union recently held its AGM and were it was announced 2018 had been a year of growth.  Membership of the branch, which also provides the service […]

Credit Union welcomes you to its new premises

CREDIT TEAM . . . Stephen Leonard, Mary Cullen, Louise Mulrone and Fiona Bonner from Enniskillen Credit Union Ltd Enniskillen Credit Union Ltd was one of the first Credit Unions to establish in the county of Fermanagh, opening for business in August 1968. The Credit Union has completed almost 49 years of invaluable service to […]

Masked raiders strike at newly opened Credit Union offices

DETECTIVES in Fermanagh, and gardai across the border, are combining their efforts to catch a cross-border gang that has struck again at financial premises in Derrylin. Last year, they targeted the bureau de change office and, last Thursday, at around 5.10pm, they forced a male member of staff in the nearby Credit Union building to […]