Decade of Anniversaries, Commemorations Programme 2021/22 – Exhibition of photographs  

Decade of Anniversaries, Commemorations Programme 2021/22

 Exhibition of photographs  


A photographic exhibition of Dungannon and surrounding towns and villages through the years is available for public viewing at Hill of The O’Neill & Ranfurly House Arts & Visitor Centre.

The exhibition is open to the public Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm commencing Monday 1st November until the end of January 2022.

At the launch of this exhibition, which is part of the Decade of Anniversaries, Commemorations Programme 2021/22, Mid Ulster Council Chair Councillor Paul Mc Lean welcomed everyone to come along and view this collection which captures changes over the years to Dungannon and other nearby towns and villages such as Donaghmore, Castlcaulfield, Caledon, Clogher, plus many others.

“This is an excellent opportunity for local residents, in particular, to reminisce and reflect on years gone by and changes that have taken place in our local towns and villages”.

To complement this exhibition walking tours of Dungannon town, focusing on some of the buildings in the photographs, are planned for Friday 19th and Monday 22nd November commencing at Ranfurly House reception at 10.30am and finishing in the Tower Room at 12noon.

To book a tour contact the box office 02887728600 or book online HERE. Comfortable shoes are essential and warm waterproof clothing recommended.

Numbers on tours are restricted so early booking is recommended.

Admission Free.

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