Secure Everlasting Love in Lisnaskea

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Lisnaskea is the second town of the County of Fermanagh in Northern Ireland with a population of 2,500.

A Corn and Potato Market  was established in the centre of the town by the 3rd Earl of Erne in 1841 and this Celtic cross – the “Adam and Eve Cross” on a much older pedestal (the “Barter Stone”) –  was placed in the market square. Continue reading “Secure Everlasting Love in Lisnaskea”

Jamestown Market

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Jamestown Market Building

Being a major fan of local markets I made my way to Jamestown Market with great anticipation. In truth I didn’t have far to go – about 200m from my hotel.

The market is housed in a smallish building, on the ground floor and on a mezzanine level which runs around the internal walls, leaving an atrium in the centre of building. In terms of shopping I found it was rather abysmal – Continue reading “Jamestown Market”