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Sinn Féin welcomes £350,000 investment into Warrenpoint Road.

  Sinn Féin MLA Sinéad Ennis along with local Warrenpoint Councillor Mickey Ruane have both welcomed a large £350,000 investment into major resurfacing and repair works along the Upper Dromore Road, Warrenpoint.   Sinéad Ennis MLA said;   ‘This is a much-welcomed announcement by the Department for Infrastructure. The Upper Dromore Road along with many […]

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Newry’s historic Town Hall has undergone a renovation. The recently completed Phase 1 works involved external conservation repairs to the building to address weathering and deterioration problems that had led to water penetration above the auditorium and stage areas. Newry, Mourne and Down District Council Chairperson, Sinn Féin's Councillor Mickey Ruane visited the Town Hall recently and said, “Newry Town Hall is an iconic building for Newry City with its unique setting over the Clanrye River. The Council recognises the important heritage of this building which is acknowledged in its Grade B1 Listed Status and the value it provides as a place of entertainment whilst also providing a civic service.” Cllr Ruane concluded by saying, “The Council is pleased to see the successful completion of Phase 1 works which we expect has given the external fabric the much needed care that this century old building needed. We look now to consider the future work to be undertaken with this building as we begin to consider the setting of our rates for next year.”

Town Hall important to Newry’s heritage – Cllr. Ruane

    Newry’s historic Town Hall has undergone a renovation. The recently completed Phase 1 works involved external conservation repairs to the building to address weathering and deterioration problems that had led to water penetration above the auditorium and stage areas. Newry, Mourne and Down District Council Chairperson, Sinn Féin’s Councillor Mickey Ruane visited the Town […]

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