Photo: Michael K Donnelly

The vicar of Ballywalter

The small fishing village of Ballywalter is one of the closest parts of Northern Ireland to what many local people call “the mainland” - its only about 100 miles as the seagull flies.

But there’s a much greater cultural difference than the mileage might suggest.  Sue Bell found this out when she came in August 2014 to be the vicar of the Church of Ireland church in Ballywalter.

So Premier's Colm Flanagan asked Sue: why she made this journey from England to Northern Ireland?

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