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Photos: Northern Ireland’s panoramic Lough Erne Hotel gets ready for the G8 summit

by | 13th, June 2013

A man walks past razor wire which has been laid in fields near the Lough Erne resort in County Fermanagh the venue for next weeks G8 Summit.

NOW that Northern Ireland is more peaceful place, it’s encouraging to see it being picked to host the laste G8 bunfight. The great and good (and look out for Mr G9 Bono in attendance) will mass at the Lough Erne Hotel resort in Co Fermanagh:

The Resort is the ultimate expression in old world heritage and new world luxury, set on its very own 600 acre peninsula, between Castle Hume Lough and Lower Lough Erne, just outside Enniskillen, with stunning panoramic views from almost every vantage point. 

Unless you look to the right and see the barbed wire, armed uniformed goons and balaclava enthusiasts…

PS When we’ve got them locked up inside, can we leave them there?

mbargoed to 0001 Tuesday June 11. PICTURE POSED BY MODEL: Temporary cell blocks which have been built at Omagh police station in Co Tyrone, which are being made available for G8 summit protests. Issue date: Tuesday June 11, 2013. The police have diverted extra investigators, translators and forensic medical officers to the two custody sites at a former military barracks in Omagh and Musgrave Street station in Belfast to ensure cases are brought to court as quickly as possible. See PA story ULSTER G8 Courts. Photo credit should read: Paul Faith/PA Wire

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Divers check water features in fields near Lough Erne Hotel resort in Co Fermanagh, venue for next weeks G8 summit.

Razor wire is laid in fields near Lough Erne Hotel resort in Co Fermanagh, venue for next weeks G8 summit. Razor wire is laid in

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