04 Oct 2022

Louth County Council to light up public buildings in Ukraine colours

Decision taken in order to show solidarity with Ukraine

Louth County Council to light up public buildings in Ukraine colours

Dundalk Town Hall (Pic: Louth County Council)

Louth County Council has confirmed that it will be lighting up some public realm in Ukraine colours, in order to show solidarity with Ukraine.

From tonight County Hall and Town Hall, Dundalk and Millmount in Drogheda will be floodlit in blue and yellow to represent the Ukraine national colours.

It was also confirmed at the Dundalk Municipal District March meeting on Tuesday evening, that the Ukraine flag will fly at the civic offices in Ardee as a show of solidarity.

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