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  • From the pages of the Down Recorder, November 23, 1941



    Country Diary

    23 November 2011 SAINTFIELD — Before Saintfield Court on Tuesday, a 78 year-old Italian, Antonio Forgoine, who, on May 8, three days after the blitz at Great Patrick Street, Belfast, his house being destroyed, took up residence at Carrickmannon, which he left on September 22 to return permanently to the city, on neither occasion notifying the police of his change of address, was prosecuted for contravening the Aliens Order, 1940, which prohibits movement between 10.

  • Competition success for Downpatrick chef Mark



    23 November 2011 A DOWNPATRICK chef has won an All-Ireland culinary competition.

  • 50 year celebration for Dominican Sister



    23 November 2011 A New York woman with links to Killyleagh and Downpatrick has celebrated the Golden Jubilee of her religious profession.

  • Opera singer to raise money for pupils



    23 November 2011 A SUCCESSFUL Scottish opera singer is preparing a concert in Killyleagh next month to raise funds for music workshops for local primary school children.

  • Society unveils latest fascinating journal



    23 November 2011   THIS year’s Lecale Review has been published, with a wide variety of topics from 17th century rebellions to 19th century windmills explored.

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