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Tullyhogue Fort, Cookstown, set for investment

A place of huge significance in the history of Gaelic Ireland is set to receive a revamp as £500,000 is being spent to promote it and improve access.

Tullyhogue Fort near Cookstown, County Tyrone, is where ancient kings of Ulster were crowned and a recent dig has found the houses of the king's followers, dating back 700 years.

BBC News NI's Agriculture and Environment Correspondent Conor Macauley reports.

  • 17 Jun 2015