Prince witnesses gaelic football Gortin-style

AN exhibition of gaelic football by the Badoney Ladies club in Gortin was among the activities witnessed by Prince Charles during his visit to Tyrone today.
During a visit to Owenkillew Community Centre, he also got an insight into rare breed sheep, biodiversity, natural remedies for animals and traditional music.
He also visited Owenkillew Community Centre, which was opened in 1999 and funded by Millennial Halls Grant and set on a seven acre site in the village.
Later, the senior royal met with those injured and beareaved by the Omagh Bomb.
Pupils from Omagh County Primary School were among those who braved the rain to welcome him to the town.
The new Sinn Féin MP, Orfhlaith Begley was introduced to the senior royal at the opening of the hospital. The party’s leader on Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Martin McColgan, was among those introduced to the Prince.

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