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Brandon Lewis

I’m proud of the NI centenary programme, it has left an enduring legacy of hope and optimism for people here

Brandon Lewis


Northern Ireland’s future-focused centenary programme has had a positive impact, particularly on the young

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Concert: Foy Vance performs during Live at the Waterfront. Credit: Matt Mackey

Concert: Foy Vance performs during Live at the Waterfront. Credit: Matt Mackey

Brandon Lewis (left) with Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney during a service to mark the centenary at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh. Credit: Liam McBurney/PA

Brandon Lewis (left) with Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney during a service to mark the centenary at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh. Credit: Liam McBurney/PA

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Concert: Foy Vance performs during Live at the Waterfront. Credit: Matt Mackey

New Year’s Eve is traditionally a day of hope and reflection. This year, it also marks the last day of Northern Ireland’s centenary year.

As we look back on another challenging year, I am proud of the centenary programme we have been able to deliver — one of hope, optimism, inclusivity and reflection.


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