Council confirms Necarne Estate remains open to walkers

Published: 11th May 2017

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council recently confirmed that currently, there are no public rights of way asserted in Necarne Estate, Irvinestown. We would like to clarify that people are welcome to walk in the estate. Necarne Estate remains open to walkers.

When the estate was leased to the former Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) the Council ensured that the estate remained open to the public for the purpose of walking. Should new management arrangements emerge in the future the Council will ensure that the right for the public to walk in the park is retained.

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