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Belleek Pottery Ltd

3 Main Street
Belleek
Co Fermanagh
N.Ireland
BT93 3FY
Visitor Centre (Direct Line): +44(0)28 6865 9300
Main SwitchBoard: +44(0)28 6865 8501
Fax: +44(0)28 6865 8625
Email to takethetour@belleek.ie.

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    Directions from the following main cities/towns are

    Dublin

    Take the N3 North West from Dublin going through the towns of Navan and Kells – heading for Cavan. At a major roundabout before Cavan follow signs for Derrylin and Enniskillen. Continue this route to the outskirts of Enniskillen turning right at another roundabout for Enniskillen. Drive into the town perimeter and then turn left at the bridge on to the A46 for Belleek.
    Travel time by car – 3 hours.

    Belfast

    ake the M1 to Dungannon. Continue on the A4 for approximately 9 miles to the Ballygawley roundabout. Follow the A4 through Augher, Clogher and Fivemiletown until you reach Enniskillen. In Enniskillen follow the signs for Belleek (A46).
    Travel time by car – 2 hours.

    Galway

    Take the N17 North from Galway City going through the towns of Tuam, Knock (pilgrimage town), Charlestown, Tubbercurry, Collooney and Sligo. In Sligo follow the N15 North going through the towns of Bundoran and Ballyshannon. In Ballyshannon take the R230 to Belleek.
    Travel time by car – 2 1/2 hours.

    Derry City / Londonderry

    Take the A5 heading South toward Strabane. Stay on the A5 to Sion Mills. After Sion Mills turn right onto the B72 heading for Castlederg still keeping on the B72. Turn right in Ederny onto the B4 heading for Kesh. In Kesh turn right and take the third left, signposted Boa Island and Belleek (A47).
    Travel time by car – 2 hours.

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    The First Belleek Collectors Honouree was selected in 1986. The person selected by the choice of the members of the Society was  Commander Fred Gary U.S.N.R.  and past president of the San Diego Chapter of the Belleek Collectors Society.

    Commander Gary and his wife Betty were honoured with a champagne reception at the Hotel De

    A special plate was made to mark the occasion and limited to 5oo pieces. It was designed by Fergus Cleary Head of the Pottery's design team and it incorporated a cluster of scallop shells on the outer rim a reminder of many of the Pottery's early designs incorporating Marine themes. The central portion displayed the Belleek trademark used by the company since its earliest production in the 1860s.

     

    The First Belleek Collectors Honouree was selected in 1986. The person selected by the choice of the members of the Society was  Commander Fred Gary U.S.N.R.  and past president of the San Diego Chapter of the Belleek Collectors Society.

    Commander Gary and his wife Betty were honoured with a champagne reception at the Hotel De

    A special plate was made to mark the occasion and limited to 5oo pieces. It was designed by Fergus Cleary Head of the Pottery's design team and it incorporated a cluster of scallop shells on the outer rim a reminder of many of the Pottery's early designs incorporating Marine themes. The central portion displayed the Belleek trademark used by the company since its earliest production in the 1860s.

     

    The First Belleek Collectors Convention was held in Los Angeles in February 1993. There were over 275 attendees with representation from eighteen chapters including those from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.

    The Convention was also attended by many of the Hall of fame Honourees and President of the Belleek Collectors International Society Mrs Angela Moore addressed the assembly remarking that it was exciting to be part of such an enthusiastic group of people.

    A special plate was made to mark the occasion and limited to 5oo pieces. It was designed by Fergus Cleary Head of the Pottery's design team and it incorporated a cluster of scallop shells on the outer rim a reminder of many of the Pottery's early designs incorporating Marine themes. The central portion displayed the Belleek trademark used by the company since its earliest production in the 1860s.