Enniskillen


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Enniskillen

(ĕnĭskĭl`ən), town (1991 pop. 10,429), Fermanagh dist., SW Northern Ireland, on Cethlin's Island in the Erne River between Upper and Lower Loughs Erne. Farm produce is traded, and hosiery is manufactured. In 1689 the forces of William III defeated those of James II at Enniskillen.

Enniskillen

(formerly), Inniskilling
a town in SW Northern Ireland, in Fermanagh, on an island in the River Erne: scene of the defeat of James II's forces in 1689. Pop.: 13 599 (2001)
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Picnic with friends and family and enjoy this glorious adaptation in the grounds of Enniskillen Castle, a stunning open-air venue for a wonderful evening of theatre under the stars.
Police carried out first responder first aid on the pair after they were recovered from the water and the man is being treated at the South West Acute Hospital, Enniskillen.
After the service, the Queen met seven survivors of the Enniskillen bombings privately in the cathedral's deanery.
Enniskillen's name is forever linked with the atrocity of 1987, when an IRA bomb killed 11 people in a crowd gathered for a Remembrance Day service at the town's war memorial.
A group called Enniskillen Together was set up to further the cause of reconciliation.
The house at Glebe Park, off the Old Tempo Road in the Chanterhill area of Enniskillen, remained sealed off for forensic examination.
Millie was taken with her mother Rachel to the Erne Hospital, Enniskillen, on Thursday before her transfer to the Royal.
The Queen sent her "heartfelt sympathy" to the people of Enniskillen and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said the bombing was "utterly barbaric".
The Sacrament of Holy Matrimony was celebrated by Father Brendan Gallagher of Enniskillen, Ireland, and Father Patrick Farrell of Vicksburg.
Detectives today appealed for anyone who noticed any person or vehicle in the area and the roads around the school between 1pm and 3pm yesterday to come forward to the incident room at Enniskillen.
Enniskillen, an agricultural college with strong links to racing and pointto-pointing, has offered BHEST-assessed qualifications for five years.