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Chivers welcomes new jobs for Limavady

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Sinn Féin councillor Brenda Chivers has welcomed the announcement of 64 new jobs for Limavady.

Cllr. Chivers said “It is great to see a local family business doing so well and finding themselves in a situation where they can expand their workforce which has obvious benefits for the surrounding area which Limavady is badly in need of.”

“The fact that this company sends its products worldwide is an example of the potential we have locally in terms of our workforce and this needs to be tapped into more so hopefully this trend continues.”

Sinn Féin East Derry assembly candidate Caoimhe Archibald added “With the negative announcements in recent weeks surrounding Garvagh care home and Xtravision in Limavady this news is most welcomed. We in Sinn Féin will continue to press the relevant agencies to step up and do what they can to offset these job losses which are devastating local communities especially in the North West.”

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