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Ulster Herald Celebrates Free Cone Day 23rd June 2016

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TYRONE – we’re not convinced the warm weather has gone for good so in the spirit of optimism what could be better than an ice cream? A FREE one that’s what!

To celebrate the launch of our ‘The Little Book of Tyrone’, the County’s new directory of local businesses, we are giving away a FREE ICE CREAM CONE to our readers.

On Thursday 23rd June, come hail, rain or shine, our Marketing team will be travelling in style in Mr.Whirly’s Ice Cream Van ready and waiting to serve you your ice cream.

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The ‘Little Book of Tyrone’ will be FREE inside the Ulster Herald on Thursday 23rd June so don’t forget to pick up your copy.

Join in the fun and grab your free ice cream at the following locations, we look forward to seeing you all.

Ballygawley Town Centre – 10.30am
Dromore Town Centre – 11.30am
Omagh Town Centre – 12.30pm
Newtownstewart Town Centre – 2.40pm
Strabane Town Centre – 3.40pm

Our team will be in each area for 30 minutes apart from Omagh where we will be about for a little longer, so keep and eye out and don’t miss out! #LittleBookIt

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