Back in November 2012 - UK Prime Minister, David Cameron announced that Lough Erne in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland would host the G8 Summit.
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Obama girls dance a jig in Dublin18 June 2013
US President Barack Obama returns to the island of Ireland this week, for his second visit ever, to attend the G8 summit in the beautiful surrounds of Lough Erne County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
Calling all GB Budding Writers to Ireland10 June 2013
If you ever fancied yourself as a James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, or even a Samuel Beckett then Ireland’s County Kildare has a summer school writer’s programme on offer; Writing Home.
The Loch Ness monster, a Killer Whale, Warrior Monks, a squad of German U-Boat captains and Amelia Earhart will be among the characters to appear in Derry-Londonderry this weekend!
Lough Erne Resort has recently hit the limelight, as the venue for the G8 Summit 2013
Tourism is the island of Ireland’s largest indigenous industry; responsible for in excess of 4% of GNP in the Republic of Ireland and employing approximately 200,000 people
Noel McMeel5 June 2013
A profile of Noel McNeel, Executive Chef at the Lough Erne Resort
Why visit Northern Ireland?5 June 2013
Northern Ireland is renowned for its friendly people and natural beauty. Our activities and attractions bring together these qualities in a great package of things to do.
Obama returns to the island of Ireland5 June 2013
The upcoming visit to Northern Ireland by President Obama to attend the G8 Summit will be the first by a US president since George Bush went to Belfast in 2008.
Media outlets have even booked boats on the Fermanagh lakes because of the demand for rooms
Menu at Fermanagh Summit will be Gr85 June 2013
The daunting task of feeding the world’s most powerful individuals and their entourages during the G8 Summit in County Fermanagh’s luxury Lough Erne Resort falls to executive chef Noel McMeel and his 32 kitchen staff.
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