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Councillor Darryl Wilson attends launch of Ballymoney Royal British Legion’s book

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Speaking to Causeway Coast Commuinty Councillor Darryl Wilson said ‘It was an honour to attend the launch of Ballymoney Royal British Legion’s book on Saturday past.

The Royal British Legion Ballymoney Branch alongside Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and Peace IV have produced a superb book detailing the history of the Ballymoney branch. The content of the book was compiled by local members. It is vitally important that their story of dedication to others is recorded for generations to come.’

Pitcured : RBL Chair Roland Adams, Patricia Crossley, Vice Chairperson of Cc&G Peace IV partnership and Helen Perry, Museums Service Development Manager

Pic by McAuley Multimedia

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