Lisburn welcomes members of Ulster Special Constabulary Association

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Lisburn recently played host to members of the Ulster Special Constabulary Association.

Members of the Association were welcomed to Lisburn by the Mayor, Councillor Margaret Tolerton.

The Mayor of Lisburn Councillor Margaret Tolerton prepares to take the salute with Diane Dodds MEP, George Beacon (President of the Ulster Special Constabulary Association), Raymond McMichael (Chairman of the Ulster Special Constabulary Association) and Bill Brown (Vice-Chairman of the Ulster Special Constabulary Association).

The Mayor of Lisburn Councillor Margaret Tolerton prepares to take the salute with Diane Dodds MEP, George Beacon (President of the Ulster Special Constabulary Association), Raymond McMichael (Chairman of the Ulster Special Constabulary Association) and Bill Brown (Vice-Chairman of the Ulster Special Constabulary Association).

They paraded through the city, stopping to lay wreaths at the city’s war memorial in Castle Street before holding a service in Christ Church.

 

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