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Ulster Unionists mark Queen’s record reign.

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The Ulster Unionist Party group on Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council were delighted to mark the historic milestone reached by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Following a proposal by the Ulster Unionist Councillors the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council marked this event by planting a tree at the Council HQ.

Her Majesty has given her life to our country and we should all be proud with the brilliant dedication and public service she has given throughout her reign.

Group leader Alderman Norman Hillis along with Deputy Mayor Cllr Darryl Wilson, Councillor William McCandless and Councillor Aaron Callan are pictured with the tree at Council HQ.


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