Meeting the Politicians

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Meeting the Politicians

#1 Post by Brian » Fri Apr 08, 2016 2:48 pm

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Independent Unionist MLA John McCallister (seated) who is a big supporter of the delivery of the Narrow Water Bridge is seen here discussing the current updated position
with members of the main Stakeholder Group the Narrow Water Bridge Community Network, from left Adrian O'Hare secretary, John Grant Treasurer, Jim Boylan Chairman, Bill Reilly Education
officer, and Denis Brady Vice chairman

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South Down DUP MLA Jim Wells meets with members of the Narrow Water Bridge Community Network to discuss the Narrow Water Bridge project and is seen here seated with from left Adrian O'Hare Secretary, John Grant Treasurer, Jim Boylan Chairman, Denis Brady vice chairman, and Bill Reilly Education officer.

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The Deputy first Minister Martin McGuinness meets with members of the NWBCN at the proposed Bridge site. In the picture Caitriona Ruane Sinn Fein MLA, Olga Fitzpatrick NWBCN, Michael
Sloan, Sinn Fein, Adrian O'Hare NWBCN secretary, Jim Boylan NWBCN chairman, and John Grant NWBCN treasurer.

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The new SDLP leader Colum Eastwood, Margaret Ritchie MP, and Sinead Challinor SDLP meets members of the NWBCN along with SDLP councillors to discuss recent developments regarding
the necessity to have this bridge erected.

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Re: Meeting the Politicians

#2 Post by Jones Hill » Sun Apr 10, 2016 9:13 am

Looking at how so many apparent "diverse" strains of political persuasion have been brought together to further the same aim is great to see.Jim,Olga and co have really tapped into this, and for same I whole heartedly congratulate them..further confirmation if ever was needed that there is far more to unite people than ever should have divided them. All the very best to all in their endeavours to bring the Bridge project to completion.

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