Joe Doran of MS Society Omagh & District, receives a cheque for £4,741.00 from Nigella, Ryan and Marty McCusker and Isabella McKenna of Pat Larry's Cottage. The money was raised from an open day event at Pat Larry's Cottage to celebrate five years open. Thanks to everyone who supported the event and donated so generously.
Omagh Chamber of Commerce business development officer Bronagh Gormley with Eugene and Isabella McKenna, of Pat Larry’s Cottage.
For details about this, please see the Ulster Herald website.
To mark 5th year anniversary, Pat Larry's are having a charity fundraiser for Omagh branch of multiple sclerosis.
Saturday 26th October10am - all day. Everybody welcome to attend.
Pat Larry’s cottage may be over 200 years old but its been open to the public for tourism for four year's.
In honour of this achievement, Pat Larry's Cottages has recently been featured in the Tyrone Herald and Ulster Herald newspapers.
The staff at Pat Larry's Cottage would like to thank the local community, and each of our wonderful customers for their continued support
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To celebrate we are holding a charity coffee morning in aid of Action Cancer. There will cakes, tea coffee and other goodies. Please come along and have a look at our beautiful cottage and farm, have morning tea and support a good cause.
The Coffee morning will be on 5th December 2015 from 10-2pm, but the house will be open all day should you want to come and see inside Pat Larry’s Cottage.
On the 1st of April 2015 Pat Larry's Cottage received a certificate in regard to our charity coffee morning fund raising event. We would like to extend our upmost appreciation to everyone who took part in helping us raise £1,360 for Action Cancer.
An article in the Irish News recently reported ‘The results of a new survey show that when it comes to happiness and well-being, the residents of Fermanagh and Omagh are the happiest of all.’ Read the full article here.
Pat Larry's Cottage was very proud to be featured in Farm Week Newspaper, with an introduction to how the cottage was created and the history surrounding it, as well as a number of different tourist attractions close by!
When Isabelle McKenna set out to rejuvenate her maternal family home and turn it into a self catering cottage, in the townland of Muninamale, high in the breathtakingly Sperrin Mountains, she brought the rich history of a special place into sharp focus. Read the full newspaper article here.