POLL | Have your say and vote for Longford's Favourite Building
Ballinamuck 1798 Visitor Centre
Granard Motte and Bailey
Johnny’s Cottage Ballinamuck
St Mel’s Cathedral, Longford town
Corlea Trackway Visitor Centre
Gill’s Old House, Market Square, Longford (now Happy Feet Podiatry Clinic)
Abbeylara Cistercian Monastery
Ardagh Heritage and Creativity Centre
Center Parcs Longford Forest subtropical paradise
St Brigid's Church, Ardagh
The Temperance Hall, Longford town
Ballymahon Community Library
Edgeworthstown Railway Station
Lough Ree Power Station, Lanesboro
Bishopsgate (home of Longford Town FC)
St Mel’s College
Clock Tower, Kenagh
Connolly Barracks, Longford town
St Mary’s Church, Granard
St Christopher's, Battery Road
Glennon Brothers Pearse Park
Longford Greyhound Stadium
Our Lady's Manor, Edgeworthstown
Forgney - St. Munis Church
Presbytery beside St Mel’s Cathedral
You have nominated your favourite buildings in Longford and now it's time to get voting!
We issued the call out last week for readers to nominate their favourite buildings in the county and you responded in your droves.
From Abbeylara Cistercian Monastery, the Clock Tower in Kenagh, St Mel's Cathedral, Lough Ree Power Station and even to the subtropical paradise at Center Parcs Longford Forest, you have produced a list of stunning entrants.
It's now over to you as we open an online public vote on www.longfordleader.ie
Your top five will make it through to the final shortlist from which a panel of experts will pick the overall winner.
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