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Wednesday, August 5, 2020

NW200 Event Director and Chief Marshall receive Queens Award

The Event Director Mervyn White and Chief Marshall/volunteer co-ordinator Cathal Cunning have received the Queens Award for Voluntary service at a recent ceremony.

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The ceremony was held in the Causeway Coast & Glens council building in Coleraine where both Mervyn and Cathal received the award from Alison Millar Lt Co Londonderry.

“This is a great tribute to all the hard work that our army of over
800 volunteers at the International North West 200 carries out each

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Mervyn Whyte said.

“The event simply would not happen without their efforts and this is a
fitting recognition of all they do and achieve.”

The Mayor Councillor Sean Bateson and over 40 other members attended the cermoney. This year the NW200 celebrated 90 years of the road racing event on the North Coast.

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