Correspondence

Prince of Wales correspondence with the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Office

The Prince of Wales corresponded with Secretary of State, Paul Murphy, in 2004 about regenerating historic buildings in Northern Ireland.

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Prince of Wales correspondence with Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, 2004: regenerating historic buildings

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At the time of writing Armagh Gaol, one of Northern Ireland’s most important historic buildings, had been vacant for 20 years. In the correspondence His Royal Highness offered the help and expertise of his charities to find a new and practical solution to help save the site.

Alongside the Trevor Osborne Group and Armagh City Council the Prince’s Regeneration Trust PRT played a part in the successful regeneration of Armagh Gaol.