Finance Minister Mervyn Storey has visited the construction site of the new £3.6million visitors centre at Enniskillen Castle.
The new centre will bring together museum, tourism and genealogy resources into a state of the art facility for learning about Fermanagh’s heritage. This will reinforce Fermanagh as a tourism destination, providing a boost for the local economy.
The Minister is pictured with Rhona Quinn, President of the Construction Employers Federation (NI) and Chairperson of local SME, QMAC Construction Ltd, who are the main contractors for the project.
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