Minister Robin Walker Visits Londonderry

Friday 28 Aug 2020

Minister of State Robin Walker MP was in the City this week and we were delighted to welcome him to the Siege Museum. Chairman, William Moore conducted a tour of the Museum before proceeding to the Historic ‘Derry Walls. A walk along Grand Parade, a visit to Walker’s Plinth and a climb to the top of Bishop’s Gate were just a few of the stops along the way. Worthington Mcgrath Secretary, Noel Moore Treasurer and Lord Hay Director were all present from the Siege Museum Committee.

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