PSNI issue warning after spate of overnight car thefts

Police in Enniskillen are investigating reports of the theft of a car, and thefts from a number of vehicles, in the early hours of yesterday morning (Thursday 13th May). Sergeant Balfour said: “Police received a report that a grey coloured Volkswagen Golf had been stolen from the Kilmore Green area of Lisnaskea. “It’s believed to […]

Brave Robbie’s running to help others

Lisbellaw man Robbie Little is running 100km during the month of March in aid of Action for Stammering Children. The charity helps over 150,000 children and young people across the UK to ensure that those impacted has access to effective services and support to help them meet the challenges they face. Having a mild stammer himself, Robbie feels that […]

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 […]

Life goes on, says man diagnosed with dementia at 53

A LISBELLAW man has spoken out about his experience of living with dementia. Davy McElhinney was diagnosed with dementia aged 53 and said that the diagnosis came as a surprise. Mr McElhinney who formerly worked as a chef was speaking to BBC Sunday Sequence about how his diagnosis came about and how he has lived […]

McCusker family brightening up lives at Christmas

THE MCCUSKER FAMILY has given Fermanagh its very own Winter Wonderland this year to support the demand for Enniskillen Foodbank as Covid-19 takes its toll financially on households this Christmas. David and Joanne McCusker from Lisbellaw have called on all donations to be left at the bottom of their driveway, where locals will be treated […]

Rural areas missing out on Enniskillen’s property boom

CONCERNS have been raised that rural areas will be left behind in terms of housing with the news that over 500 houses are planned for Enniskillen.  While the news of numerous new residential development planned for Enniskillen has been welcomed by many people, there are fears that rural villages throughout the county may loss out […]

Police clock van driver doing 97mph on A4

ENNISKILLEN police who clocked a speeding driver travelling at 97mph have been commended.  The speeding van driver was detected by p olice conducting a speed check on the A4 dual carriageway. The main route runs from Enniskillen through to the M1 Motorway and has over taking lanes near Fivemiletown and again near Lisbellaw.  Commenting a […]

Primary principal retires after 39 years at helm

WELL-KNOWN principal of Lisbellaw Primary School, Ingrid Logan, is set to retire after dedicating thirty-nine years to education. Ingrid took up the role of principal at Lisbellaw Primary School in September 2009. Mrs Logan previously taught at the Model Primary School for twenty years, she was vice-principal for her final ten years there. In September […]