Newly refurbished St. Macartin's Cathedral Hall to be officially re-opened and dedicated


Preparing for the re-opening of the Cathedral Hall

A major project that has transformed the Cathedral Hall in Enniskillen is now complete and the official re-opening and dedication is to take place next Wednesday evening, 10th May.

The refurbishment of the popular facility which is used by many organisations throughout the community, has been part funded by The Executive Office's Social Investment Fund.

The old Cathedral Hall which formed the basis for this new renovation, was officially opened in 1964 which in turn replaced the Parochial Hall built in 1922.

The main hall facilities have been modified and completed to the highest standards. In addition to the main rooms which include the Hilliard Room, The Iona Room, The Enniskeen Room and The Devenish Room, there is a new stainless steel industrial scale kitchen.

A major new addition is The Upper Room which has been created above the former stage area.

The new Diocesan suite of offices, which are accessed from the lower car park area, have their own separate entrance facing Hall's Lane.

An extended car park, accommodating an additional 30 cars, will be accessed only by those who are authorised to use it and will be controlled by barriers.