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Causeway Coast and Glens remembers those who made ultimate sacrifice

Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens Cllr Steven Callaghan lays a wreath at Limavady Cenotaph during Remembrance Sunday, alongside Chief Executive David Jackson. Pic Steven McAuley/McAuley Multimedia

Town and villages across Causeway Coast and Glens fell silent today as they honoured the memory of those who have lost their lives in conflicts.

The Mayor, Councillor Steven Callaghan attended a Remembrance Day service at Limavady War Memorial, where he laid a wreath on behalf of citizens of the Borough.

Other communities throughout Causeway Coast and Glens also held commemoration events to honour the sacrifice of so many.

On Saturday, Cllr Callaghan also took part in an Armistice Day wreath laying ceremony at Coleraine War Memorial. A further Armistice Day service was held by the Royal British Legion in Ballymoney.

Remembrance Services in the Borough will conclude on Sunday, 19 November, when a service will be held at St Thomas’ Church on Rathlin Island followed by wreath laying in the adjoining church yard.

Limavady Alderman Aaron Callan and Coleraine Councillor Tanya Stirling in attendance at Castlerock Act of Remembrance.
Maurice Bradley, MLA, East Londonderry with Coleraine Councillor Tanya Stirling in attendance at Coleraine Act of Remembrance
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