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Lisburn City Branch
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Points of Interest: Lisburn
With self-described attractions being ‘dynamic, arty and gorgeously gastro’, it’s easy to see why Lisburn has grown to hold a proud population of 120,000 residents in what is a stunning area of Northern Ireland.
Interestingly, the name Lisburn translates to the ‘fort of the stream’, and the rich heritage sites dotted across the city and surrounding areas refer to this. While the distant history of the Lisburn area is rich, the city itself only came to be in 2002 when it was granted full city status by Queen Elizabeth II. The very motto of the city, ‘Out of the fire I shall arise’, is also tied to royalty from all the way back in 1707 when a royal manor belonging to King Charles I was burned down in an accidental fire.
Nowadays, the reasons to visit Lisburn are many. Businesses have flocked to the area, developing the economy further from its past roots in the linen trade; something still viewable at the Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum. Fans of aviation history are similarly accommodated, with the renowned Ulster Aviation Society especially loved by locals as one of the more intriguing and varied specialist museums in the country.
The outdoors, as is particularly common for both Ireland and Scotland, are pristine. Those preferring more active days outside are well accommodated in Lisburn by both the Colin Glen Forest Park and the Castle Gardens; two jaw-dropping examples of just how well maintained and cared for Irish gardens and parks alike can be.
We’re excited to move in! A new team and a new branch of Everyday Loans to join the many businesses in Lisburn.