New building society link-up and Royal Black

Retired Londonderry solicitor, Mr Claude Wilton, cut the tape at the official opening of the new First National Building Society agency at McCartney and Co. Solicitors, Castle Gate, in 1993.
Pictured, with Mr Wilton (on left) at the opening are: Gregory McCartney, Des Foley, Brian McCormick and Kevin Casey.

Retired Londonderry solicitor, Mr Claude Wilton, cut the tape at the official opening of the new First National Building Society agency at McCartney and Co. Solicitors, Castle Gate, in 1993. Pictured, with Mr Wilton (on left) at the opening are: Gregory McCartney, Des Foley, Brian McCormick and Kevin Casey.

Top: Retired solicitor, Mr Claude Wilton, cut the tape at the opening of the new First National Building Society agency at McCartney and Co. Solicitors, Castle Gate, in 1993.

Pictured, with Mr Wilton (on left) at the opening are: Gregory McCartney, Des Foley, Brian McCormick and Kevin Casey.

The 100th anniversary dinner of the Foyle Defenders Royal Black Preceptory 237 took place in the Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall in 1993.
Pictured at the event, from left, are Mr George Atcheson, treasurer; Sir Knight, Mr David Allen, chairman; Sir Knight, Mr James Molyneaux, Sovereign Grand Master; Mr James Thompson, Registrar; and Mr John Quigley, President.

The 100th anniversary dinner of the Foyle Defenders Royal Black Preceptory 237 took place in the Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall in 1993. Pictured at the event, from left, are Mr George Atcheson, treasurer; Sir Knight, Mr David Allen, chairman; Sir Knight, Mr James Molyneaux, Sovereign Grand Master; Mr James Thompson, Registrar; and Mr John Quigley, President.

Bottom: The 100th anniversary dinner of the Foyle Defenders Royal Black Preceptory 237 took place in the Memorial Hall in 1993. Pictured (from left), are Mr George Atcheson, treasurer; Mr David Allen, chairman; Mr James Molyneaux, Sovereign Grand Master; Mr James Thompson, Registrar; and Mr John Quigley, President.

Young Darren McGartland was presented with a special certificate at the finals of the awards ceremony for the country's best young magazine and television reporters in 1993.
Pictured from left to right, are Schelim Hannan from the boy band Worlds Apart; Newsround presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy; Children's BBC presenter, Toby Anstis; and Steve Hart, also from Worlds Apart.

Young Darren McGartland was presented with a special certificate at the finals of the awards ceremony for the country's best young magazine and television reporters in 1993. Pictured from left to right, are Schelim Hannan from the boy band Worlds Apart; Newsround presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy; Children's BBC presenter, Toby Anstis; and Steve Hart, also from Worlds Apart.

Major refurbishment work was completed at the old Clooney Bar in the Waterside in late 1993.
The finished product was re-named 'Laurence's' and has been known as such ever since.
The pub is one of the longest established, family-owned pubs in the Dungiven Road area, having originally been acquired in 1958 by the late Laurence McLaughlin as ground floor bar.
Twenty-one years ago it was re-christened in his honour.

Major refurbishment work was completed at the old Clooney Bar in the Waterside in late 1993. The finished product was re-named 'Laurence's' and has been known as such ever since. The pub is one of the longest established, family-owned pubs in the Dungiven Road area, having originally been acquired in 1958 by the late Laurence McLaughlin as ground floor bar. Twenty-one years ago it was re-christened in his honour.

 

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