Anger over Bessbrook vandalism

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Wednesday, October 7th, 2015
Councillor Roisin Mulgrew has expressed her anger and disappointment at the removal of bi-lingual signage in Bessbrook. bessbrook8“Clearly someone has gone to a lot of trouble to remove this sign as it was installed and anchored in place using concrete,” she said. “Anyone who knows those responsible should come forward as this wanton vandalism is in fact a criminal act and should not be tolerated. “Although this may seem petty it does in fact reflect a negative image of the village and does not represent the true spirit of community enjoyed by Bessbrook residents. Mulgrew added, “I will be in contact with council officials to request that the signage is reinstated as soon as possible.”
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