“Fred was a true son of Fermanagh, born on an island on Lower Lough Erne.”
FERMANAGH’S lakelands are renowned for their beauty, but walk along the Queen Elizabeth Road and you’ll see something completely different. Just off one of the busiest roads in the town you’ll come across unsightly rubbish has strewn along the river bank of the Erne. Approaching the tourism season and annual fishing competition on the Erne […]
“Countess of Erne”, the first paddle steamer to sail the Erne over 175 years ago, will be remembered at a talk in Newtownbutler this week.
Mr Osborne’s talk take place at 2.15pm on Saturday, March 3, as part of the Lough Erne Heritage 2018 programme of even
After a break of 50 years or so, snipe sailing could come back on Lough Erne.
They’re not the fastest craft on Lough Erne these days but these recreated cots will be making history at the weekend.