Good places to live?

vinoboy

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Plus a GAA club you can join, Newtonstewart St Eugene's.
And an excellent flute band called Red Hand Defenders and hosted a beautiful 12th July this year .That all said both "sides" live in harmony ,generally respecting folk as neighbours with differing beliefs.Plus the women are not too bad looking !
 


Northern Voice

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And an excellent flute band called Red Hand Defenders and hosted a beautiful 12th July this year .That all said both "sides" live in harmony ,generally respecting folk as neighbours with differing beliefs.Plus the women are not too bad looking !
RHD are an excellent band. Newtownstewart is a really picturesque little town - nice place.
 

vinoboy

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Pity about some of the sectarian bigots who live there.
Unlike Strabane ?????
Little or no sectarian strife in Newtownstewart .Might want to look at your colleagues in Fermanagh who are burning community halls /orange halls or the 100th attack on Mr Keenan in Lower Oldpark.Cannot say the same about Newtownstewart.Take the mote from your eye .
 

John McCormick

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Rents are quite pricey. Not sure if your Housing benefit would cover it.

Oh, and you'd be required to join in the monthly sectarian assaults on the protestant homes at the edge of Killynure estate.

Seems to be a 'rite of passage' amongst Carryduff's Nationalist blow-ins....
You are usually good for a link BC, throw one up showing us how the Republican hoods from Baronscourt are attacking the good Loyalist people of Killynure. While you are it show the picture of your Loyalist brother's taking down the Down flags in late september and the attacks on Carryduff gaels car's a couple of years ago by other Loyalists. Stop trying to spread hatred in an area were on the whole the two traditions are geting on.
 


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