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Irish flag raised to celebrate St Patrick's Day

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day, 17th March, Islington Council today raised the Irish flag above the Town Hall. 


This occasion was witnessed by members of the local Irish community, councillors, and the Leader of the Council, Cllr Richard Watts. 

Organiser of the event Cllr Troy Gallagher said of the occasion: "St Patrick’s Day is an important date in London’s calendar.

"Raising the Irish flag is a great gesture to mark the occasion, and to celebrate our Irish population in Islington and the contribution they have made to our local community. 

"Islington's strength is our diversity and I’m proud that today we’re celebrating the distinctive contribution of our Irish residents in the borough."

Pictured: Councillors and council employees with the Irish flag at the Town Hall. 

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published this page in Blog 2015-03-17 11:21:39 +0000

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