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Friday, August 12, 2022

Reception marks official handover of Coleraine Town Hall

A special reception has been held to mark the official transfer of Coleraine Town Hall to Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.

A Council delegation met with representatives of The Honourable The Irish Society on Tuesday 12th October 2021, signalling the latest chapter in the iconic building’s history.

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Speaking afterwards, the Mayor, Councillor Richard Holmes said: “Coleraine Town Hall is the focal point of the town centre, and its beautiful façade makes it one of the area’s most recognisable buildings. The current Town Hall was completed in 1859, and it has been at the centre of civic life in the town since then.

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“On behalf of Council I would like to express my thanks to The Honourable The Irish Society for facilitating the transfer and for its continued co-operation with Council as we work together for the benefit of the Borough and the wider community.”

Edward Montgomery, Secretary of The Honourable The Irish Society commented: “It was a pleasure to be able to invite a sizeable deputation from the City of London to visit Coleraine for the first time in many months in order to further develop the Irish Society’s charitable work in the local community. 

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“The visitors were especially pleased to be able to reconnect personally with local councillors in the Causeway Coast and Glens area at a formal ceremony to confirm the Council’s ownership of Coleraine Town Hall.  The Society remains extremely proud of its involvement in building the Town Hall and will continue to work closely with the Council, going forward.”

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