The National Trust Fermanagh is appealing for witnesses after the windows of two buildings were smashed at Florence Court.

Posting to the National Trust Fermanagh Facebook page, a spokesperson said: "On Saturday, July 30, the Carpenter's Workshop and Sawmill fell victim to some anti-social behaviour, resulting in seven broken windows."

The carpenter’s workshop dates back from after 1857, with the workshop making wheels, furniture, ladders, gates, egg boxes and coffins for both the estate and outside customers, the latter of which included the Great Northern Railway (Ireland), for which the workshop turned out luggage barrows, chocks and wheels.

The sawmill at Florence Court was built in 1845 by the 3rd Earl, powered by water from the Larganess River, and used estate timber to supply its own and the huge local demand for building materials.

"We are asking any visitors who may have noticed anyone acting suspiciously or in the act of vandalism, to please contact us at, or telephone 028 6634 8249," appealed the National Trust spokesperson.

A PSNI spokesperson said: "Police in Enniskillen received a report of criminal damage at a property on the Marble Arch Road at approximately 5.45pm on Saturday, July 30.

"Several windows were broken in the incident.

"A police spokesperson said enquiries are continuing and would appeal to anyone who was in the area at the time the incident took place or who may have noticed any suspicious activity to contact 101 quoting reference number 1387 03/08/22."