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Deputy Mayor saddened by news of passing of Mollie Holmes OBE

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Deputy Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Darryl Wilson has expressed his sadness to hear of the death of Mrs Mollie Holmes OBE.

In a statement, Cllr Wilson said:

“I was deeply saddened today to learn of the passing of Mollie Holmes OBE. Mrs Holmes made an invaluable contribution to Ballymoney and the surrounding area by dedicating over 30 years to public service.”

“Mrs Holmes also filled the position of chief citizen faithfully and honourably for a period of eight successive years which is an achievement in itself.”

“The legacy left by Mrs Holmes has inspired me and will continue to inspire others for generations to come. Thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends at this sad time”

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