Fermanagh and Omagh District Council

The Fermanagh and Omagh District is a place of outstanding natural beauty, with a unique mix of tranquil lakelands, heather clad mountains, ancient boglands, forest parks, historic towns and villages and a rich cultural heritage. Not only is it recognised for its unique and beautiful landscape, but also for its quality facilities and services; for the talents, skills and creativity of its people; and as a place where quality of life is promoted and valued.

The District covers an area of 2,829 km2 with a population of 115,000. This makes it the largest Council geographically of the 11 Northern Ireland councils while having the smallest population.

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