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Images of Irish Non-Subscribing Churches: 12. Comber


Comber pulpit

Built on land donated by the Andrews family the foundation stone was laid in 1838 but the church not opened until 1840. The Comber Church is very pleasantly situated and well-maintained. 20 more words

Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church Of Ireland

Second driver in Comber crash succumbs to injuries

The two-vehicle crash near Comber last week that involved a transport truck and a hydro pole has claimed another life, with the second driver succumbing to her injuries in hospital. 193 more words

Local News

Essex County OPP identify victim of fatal crash in Comber

Provincial police have released the identity of the truck driver killed Wednesday in a fiery two-vehicle crash near Comber.

Jacob Elias Friesen, 30, of Kingsville, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash at Highway 77 and Lakeshore Road 310. 121 more words

Local News

One dead in fiery crash between transport truck and hydro pole near Comber

One driver is dead and another is critically injured after a two-vehicle crash near Comber left a transport truck in flames and a hydro pole severed on Wednesday morning. 542 more words

Local News

Sun, Fun (and Birds) at Wetland Centre

Saturday was for the birds, literally. We did the major attractions of Belfast years ago and have visited many others during our nearly six months here. 555 more words

Belfast Living

What is normal for breastfeeding?

So as I sit here with my Tommee Tippee breast pump mooing at me (no honestly it sounds like an actual cow) trying to pacify a wriggling baby, I wonder is breastfeeding really for me? 934 more words


Castle Espie

I recently saw an Instagram post about Castle Espie in ComberĀ and it looked lovely! I realised I had never been and I’m always looking for somewhere new to visit, particularly on maternity leave. 232 more words