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The Ordination of The Revd. S. G. Wilson to the Priesthood by Bishop Ken Clarke is to be held in St Peter's Church Templeport at 4 pm on Sunday 19/06/2005 - Tea and sandwiches will be served afterwards in the Templeport Community Centre.

Revd Geoff Wilson
StPeters Templepot
Bishop Ken
Revd Geoff Wilson
St Peter's Church Templeport
Bishop Ken Clarke

How to get to St Peter's Church
From Cavan, Dublin and the south
From Enniskillen and the north

Head northwards towards Butler's bridge on the R212 or N3 (New Cavan Bypass)
Continue to Belturbet, right through the town to a roundabout about a mile outside the town. Tutn Left at roundabout on to the N87 to Ballyconnell.

In Ballyconnell you will cross the Shannon - Erne Waterway, continue sreaight through the town and on to Bawnboy

In Bawnboy turn Left at the petrol filling station towards Templeport
Distance from Cavan to Bawnboy approx 25 miles

Head out of Enniskillen on the A4 (Sligo road) for approximately 2 miles. At the 'Three Way Inn' turn Left on to the A32 toward Swanlinbar.
Continue through the town of Swanlinbar on the N87 to Derrynacreeve Y junction. Bear Left at the 'Y' to Bawnboy

In Bawnboy turn Right just before the petrol filling station towards Templeport
Distance from Enniskillen to Bawnboy approx 20 miles
From Bawnboy to St Peter's Church

When you get to Bawnboy Turn up the hill beside the filling station in the village, pass the new R.C. Chapel at the sumit then continue down other side.
Bear Left at Y Junction then across bridge and up hill. past Old "Ballroom of Romance" on left. Continue down hill past sign on left pointing to "St Mogue's Island". Up hill and right at top, down steep hill with sharp left at bottom. St Peter's Church is at the end of the Next laneway on the right.
The map is from the Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 Discovery Series No: 27A. Available at all good book shops or on line from their web site.
Bawnboy to St Peter's Church


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