“It is a green fest and if you come from the unionist tradition believe me it’s a very uncomfortable situation.”
You can do a lot more with the ‘black stuff’ than just drink it.
There will be a traditional feel to Enniskillen town centre, which will be awash with talented local musicians.
“No-one is as disappointed as us but we did not want to let you down, even with a scaled back event.”
The Fermanagh Herald is proud to support the many virtual events planned by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council for this year’s St Patrick’s Festival (12-20 March) and Seachtain na Gaeilge (on until 17 March). Seachtain na Gaeilge le Energia 2021: Check out the Fermanagh and Omagh Geilge Facebook page for bi-lingual talks from local Fermanagh Gaelgoir, […]
This year’s festival will be held entirely online.
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council are now inviting expressions of interest from constituted groups from across the district who are keen to take part in this year’s St Patrick’s Festival. The Council would like to hear from any constituted community, arts, sports, cultural, heritage, linguistic or other groups who would like to take part in […]
FOR the second consecutive year there will be no organised St Patrick’s Day parade in Enniskillen. As the community continues to feel the wrath of the pandemic the Council has confirmed that it will not organise or support parades this March. Across the country parades and events have been affected by coronavirus for almost a […]
St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Enniskillen will not take place this year amid growing concern about coronavirus. On Tuesday night after 8pm the Council confirmed the event was cancelled. The news came late in the day with the thought locally at the time being that the Fermanagh parade was set to go ahead in the […]
“We continue to monitor advice from statutory bodies and will take whatever decision is deemed to be prudent to ensure we do not put anyone at risk.”