NEWS: North Down Ulster Young Unionists launched with support of UUP Leader Robin Swann

The Ards & North Down Ulster Young Unionists launched their new organisation on Friday 14 September 2018, and have urged other young unionists to join them.

NEWS: North Down Ulster Young Unionists launched with support of UUP Leader Robin Swann

On Friday 14th September 2018, Ards and North Down Ulster Young Unionists was launched in Londonderry Park, Newtownards to grow support for the union and broaden its base in Ards and North Down through community involvement and outreach.

Elected were Chairman Michael Palmer, Secretary Philip Agnew and Treasurer Bethany Ferris. Also in attendance were Ulster Unionist Leader Robin Swann MLA and Alan Chambers MLA; Group Leader Ald Ian Henry along with Ald Marion Smith, Cllrs Mark Brooks and David Chambers.

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Chairman Michael Palmer said: “This is an exciting local initiative in the Ards and North Down community to harness and grow support for the union during uncertain times. I would encourage any young person who believes in the union and wants to maintain it against constitutional challenge to get involved as their efforts will be needed to secure our future.”

Should any young person in Ards and North Down be interested in getting involved in this exciting new endeavour to promote the benefits of the union in their local community amid uncertain times, please contact Michael Palmer on Facebook, Twitter (@CommanderMP)

Photo: Launch of Ards and North Down Ulster Young Unionists in Londonderry Park, Newtownards with (Left to Right) Alan Chambers MLA; Chairman Michael Palmer; Secretary Philip Agnew; Ulster Unionist Leader Robin Swann MLA; Cllrs David Chambers and Mark Brooks; Alds Ian Henry and Marion Smith.


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