PROGRESS to resolve the ongoing dispute over the siting of a £20,000 memorial for Enniskillen bomb victims has been made following a “very productive meeting” this week, The Impartial Reporter can reveal. 
The Dean of Clogher, the Very Rev. Kenneth Hall chaired a meeting on Tuesday with “all parties” concerning the memorial after proposals for it to be positioned outside the Clinton Centre were formally rejected by St. Michael’s Diocesan Trust earlier this month. 
The plan by The Ely Centre, a victims group, to locate its memorial on private property on Belmore Street held by the Trust would pose “insurmountable problems,” it said. 
Late last year it emerged that The Ely Centre proposed positioning the memorial at the site “without any consultation” with the owners or its tenant, Fermanagh University Partnership Board (FUPB).  
But it now appears that a resolution may soon be found. 
In a statement issued to The Impartial Reporter yesterday (Wednesday) Dean Hall said: “Progress has been made after a very productive meeting and we are working together on a resolution to the matter. 
“No further comment at present,” he said. 
In November the memorial was placed in storage at the TA Centre in Enniskillen hours after it was unveiled at a moving remembrance event by The Queen’s Lord Lieutenant for County Fermanagh Viscount Brookeborough.