Sinn Féin to launch new constituency office in Warrenpoint

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Friday, December 13th, 2013
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Sinn Féin MLA Caitríona Ruane has said South Down Sinn Féin are delighted to host an official launch of their new Warrenpoint constituency office on 14a Charlotte Street on Wednesday 18th December at 1-4pm. Speaking to Newry Times, Ruane commented, “It is with great pleasure that I am able to announce our new first class constituency office which I know will continue to provide an excellent service to the people of the South Down area. “Our offices in Warrenpoint over the years have always had their door open, and have carried out some fantastic work on behalf of constituents. “I as an MLA and the many councillors we have in the constituency are just one cog in the wheel that is the Sinn Féin constituency service in the county and the staff that work in the offices carry out a brilliant service on our behalf. “I want to welcome everyone along to the official opening on the 18th December. Our guest speaker at the event will be John O’Dowd MLA and light refreshments will be available for everyone in attendance,” she added. Sinn Féin Councillor Mickey Ruane also added, “It is special for me as a native of Warrenpoint to see our constituency service based in the town and even more pleasing to see the new and improved office available to provide an essential service to constituents. “Sinn Féin are always growing in South Down and this is largely due to the excellent constituency service we provide. This office is a testament to that work, and we are always looking at improved ways to serve the people of South Down. He added, “So I would invite people to come along on the day, to engage with Sinn Féin representatives and to be part of the ever growing Sinn Féin movement in Down.”
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