IN OUR third and final feature about the current condition of our county’s high streets we spoke to people who care about the future of Fermanagh’s second biggest town, Lisnaskea. The Herald solicited the opinions of the Trustees of the Lisnaskea Fairs and Markets committee including John McBrien who has been running his newsagents on […]
BUSINESS owners in the Lisnaskea area have called for future roadwork’s and closures to be done “outside of trading hours” following the impact that traffic disruption had on local businesses when the main street was closed off for two days last week. ‘KolorNKutz’ hairdressers located on the Bank Brae, told the Herald, “I think it’s […]
TRAFFIC disruption due to a £60,000 road upgrade on Lisnaskea’s Main Street has caused widespread fear among local business owners, with concerns that the new resurfacing has simply came “to the wrong place at the wrong time.” After businesses were forced to shut-up-shop for a minimum of 12 weeks back in March, many places such […]
The street is getting a £60k upgrade.
MAIN Street Lisnaskea will be partially closed for two weekends later this month, to facilitate much-needed flood alleviation works. Last week the Herald reported that work to prevent homes in the town, specifically in The Acres and nearby areas, from flooding during heavy rain was due to begin. The Department for Infrastructure Rivers section has […]
Gold watch, earrings and rings stolen in latest Fermanagh burglary
Police in Fermanagh are appealing for information following a shooting incident this morning in Belleek.
The window was downstairs at the front of the house.
THE Lisnaskea Spar store, which is located at the junction of Main Street and the Derrylin/New Bridge Road closed week, with the loss of 4 full-time and 10 part-time staff.
WORK ON a derelict building on Belleek’s main street has begun – with locals pleased to see the eyesore being patched up as of last week.