A unique opportunity is being offered for Fermanagh people to view a key piece of Northern Ireland’s history.

As part of the province-wide marking of the 25th anniversary of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement, people locally in Enniskillen have the rare chance later this week to view the UK Government’s signed copy of the agreement.

This Friday, May 5, the signed Agreement travels to Enniskillen Castle and will be available for the public to see it from 12.30pm until 4pm.

Anyone interested in taking this unique opportunity to see the document at the historic Fermanagh landmark can do so by booking their place at the ‘What’s on’ section of Enniskillen Castle’s website.

Usually held at The National Archives in London, the document is being made available to Fermanagh and Omagh District Council with support from the Northern Ireland Office, through the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.

This viewing is part of a wider programme of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council’s events to mark the 25th anniversary of the signing of the historic agreement.

An exhibition, ‘Peace Heroines’, forms part of a new education programme about the pivotal role of women in the Northern Ireland peace process, with the exhibition currently open to the public at Enniskillen Castle until June 25.