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The Bells of St. Mels

During the early hours of Christmas morning 2009, a devastating fire all but destroyed St Mel's Cathedral in the heart of Longford town. Five years later, on Dec 24th 2014, the Cathedral opens its doors again, just in time for a very special Christmas Eve

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