Sinn Fein host successful Newry community advice day

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Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Sinn Féin MLA for Newry and Armagh Mickey Brady, along with his colleague councillor Valerie Harte hosted a very successful drop-in session this week. The event took place in the Three Ways Community Centre in the High Street area of Newry and was well attended by members of the public. Speaking after the event to Newry Times, Mr Brady stated, “This event today is an on-going initiative that Sinn Féin has undertaken to allow people who need to talk to their elected representatives an opportunity to do so within the confines of their communities. “Councillor Harte and I met with a range of people and we listened to a number of very different issues. I fully understand and agree that there is a need for people to be afforded the opportunity to meet with our elected representatives on a one to one basis. “This is a continuous set of engagements which we are hosting throughout the constituency and they dovetail into the already important constituency office services that we offer to the people of Newry and Armagh. Brady added, “I look forward to the next of these meetings which are planned for the weeks and months ahead. This Saturday 1st December will see us in Cloughreagh Community Centre offering our services to the people of that area. “Finally, I would like to thank all the community associations in the district who continually work away in the background to make these meetings successful.”
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