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Armagh City Councillors

Darren McNalley

Darren has been a Sinn Féin activist since 1997 and was a founding member of the McVerry/McElvanna cumann. Darren became councillor in 2008 and since then he has been dedicated to serving his community. Darren currently serves as chairperson of the council’s Economy & Culture Committee and he also sits on the SOAR joint committee which is responsible for administering DARD funding. Darren is a PCSP member and as such is responsible for critically engaging with the police and overseeing community safety in the area. A native of Keady Darren plays a full role in the life of the town and he also sits on the council’s Keady Management Group and Keady Community Centre working group. He is also a member of the DPP and an active member of Phelim Brady’s GAC, Darkley

Councillor Darren McNalley | Armagh Sinn Fein

Gerard Paul White

Gerard Paul, a 35 year old Domestic Manager in Craigavon Area Hospital, was first elected in 2011. Representing the Orchard ward for the last six years Gerard Paul has chaired the Gerard O’Callaghan Cumann in that area. Gerard Paul is currently Deputy Mayor of Armagh City & District Council and he sits on the Blackwater Regional Partnership, a body designed to develop the economic and tourism potential of the area. Gerard Paul sits on the North South Interconnector committee were he represents the views of many residents who are concerned about this proposal. Gerard Paul is a Governor of St Patrick’s Grammar School Armagh, and is a member of O’Connells GAC Tullysaran.

Councillor Geard Paul White | Armagh Sinn Fein

Cathy Rafferty

Cathy has been a Sinn Féin elected representative since 2001. A former Republican prisoner, Cathy takes a keen interest in local development and enterprise creation and further to this Cathy is a member of the council’s Neighbourhood Renewal Committee, City Centre Management Board, Armagh Economic Development Group, the Market Place Theatre Advisory Board and Armagh Sports Forum. Cathy also sits on the committees of Naíscoil and Bunscoil Ard Mhaca. Cathy is involved in the Appleby Trust which is a charity for children with learning difficulties. Cathy also helps run the family business and she is a keen supporter of Armagh Harps GAA club.

Councillor Cathy Rafferty | Armagh Sinn Fein