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Broken window at Coleraine Town Hall is to be temporarily repaired in time for Sunday’s Remembrance Day Service

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BT Coleraine

A broken window at Coleraine Town Hall is to be temporarily repaired in time for Sunday’s Remembrance Day Service.

East Londonderry MLA Maurice Bradley says he has received a number of calls reporting the damage.

The MLA has called for extra protection for the stained glass windows due to a high risk of vandalism.

“The town hall is a focal point in Coleraine, I feel that security glass should be installed on windows with crests, like the one broken, as a long term solution. These windows are costly to replace, so perhaps a security glass would prevent future problems,” he said.

“I am pleased that the window will be repaired in time for Sunday’s Remembrance Day service, full credit to the Council staff who have been working on this,” he said.

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