“We have got to try to come to terms with what happened but we are going to try to ensure that Shirley lives on in our hearts and minds.”
THE public are being asked to stay away from this year’s Remembrance Service in Enniskillen because of Covid-19. Instead the service will be streamed live to enable the public to share in the Act of Remembrance. The Chairman of the Enniskillen branch of the Royal British Legion John Jones explained, ‘’Whilst we are endeavouring to […]
ONE of Enniskillen’s most respected pharmacists Herby Follis has died at the South West Acute Hospital after a short illness. Herbert Oscar Eric Follis had a reputation of freely giving advice on ailments human and animal. His colleague Paul Hughes, who worked closely with him in recent years paid tribute to Herby saying, “In this […]
Clergyman could have retired 10 years ago, but now he’s looking forward to some time at home
Sam Morrow from the cathedral’s Select Vestry says the roof has been giving rise to problems in recent years.
Jack Watson served as caretaker, sexton and the Dean’s Verger at St Macartin’s Cathedral in Enniskillen for almost 56 years.
Bells sound at funeral of St. Macartin Cathedral’s most senior bell ringer
CELEBRATIONS will take place at St Macartin’s tonight (Wednesday) to mark the official re-opening and dedication of their newly extended and renovated Cathedral Hall. The refurbishment of the popular Enniskillen facility, used by many organisations throughout the community, replaces the old Cathedral Hall opened in 1964 and the original Parochial Hall built in 1922. The […]
The clock has been out of action since December 2015
Money stolen from St Macartin’s while collection being counted