Looking at ways to future-proof high street businesses

IN THE second part of the Fermanagh Herald’s feature on the current state of play for the county’s town centres, we focus on Irvinestown. The buzz words coming from retail experts when discussing the future of the UK’s high streets is “kindness economy” and “sustainability”and Irvinestown already has that in spades, too. As concern about […]

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 […]

Appeal to dog owners after Necarne attack

FERMANAGH woman has appealed for dog owners to make sure their pets are on a lead at all times after her boyfriend was badly injured after being attacked by a dog at Necarne at the weekend. Local Facebook user Lauren Emma posted the warning online after the terrifying incident at the Irvinestown estate on Saturday […]

Little robin drops in to see George and Co

FESTIVE visitor has been dropping by to see the folk at the Bawnacre  Centre in Irvinestown. A robin has begun frequenting the North Fermanagh leisure centre and  the red-breasted bird has brought a special festive feeling this year. Although 2020 has been full of challenges this little bird has helped  lift spirits as he flies […]

Attempted ATM theft in Irvinestown

Detectives are investigating an attempted ATM theft at a filling station on the Enniskillen Road in Irvinestown overnight. Entry was forced to the rear of the premises where the ATM was housed and efforts made to remove the money from the machine. It’s not believed any money was taken. A number of masked men are […]