Enniskillen in the aftermath of the Poppy Day bombing
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Remembering the Enniskillen dead

The cenotaph in Enniskillen is a memorial to the Inniskilling regiments and the servicemen and women from County Fermanagh who died in two world wars.

Twenty-five years ago thousands had gathered there when, without warning, at 10.43 GMT, a bomb exploded inside a nearby building.

The gable wall collapsed burying bystanders beneath the rubble. Those who died that day are now remembered there too.

Mark Simpson reports from Enniskillen

  • 08 Nov 2012