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Friday, 18th November 2022

Louth County Council opens Books of Condolence for Vicky Phelan

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Mayor of Drogheda Councillor Michelle Hall signs the book of condolence for Vicky Phelan in the Tholsel, Drogheda.

Books of Condolence in honour of Vicky Phelan have been opened by Louth County Council in County Hall Dundalk, Ardee Library and The Tholsel in Drogheda.

The books will be open for signing by members of the public for one week from the 18th November 2022.

Speaking at the opening, the Chief Executive Joan Martin said, ‘Vicky Phelan was an incredible woman who, despite a terrible diagnosis, managed to keep going and inspire many others throughout thecountry and beyond.

"Her legacy will live on long, long after her. My heartfelt sympathies go out to her family and friends’.

An Cathaoirleach Conor Keelan added, ‘It is my honour to open this Book of Condolence for Vicky Phelan who stood as an ambassador for all that is fair and good.

"I hope the book will give the people of Louth an opportunity to pay their respects and express just some of the great admiration every person I have met since her passing has conveyed to me’.

To assist those who may not be able to attend in person, an online book of condolences is available here.

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