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NEW KILDARE CONSTITUENCY OFFICE IN LEIXLIP

Press Launch 16th June 2011

 

Recently re-elected TD for Kildare North will tomorrow preside over the official opening of her new Constituency Office.  The office, which is based in Leixlip Shopping Mall on Leixlip Main Street, will serve as a constituency base where Catherine can meet members of the public and provide information and assistance to those in need of it.

“It’s a great feeling to once again be able to open an office where people can drop by to discuss issues that are of importance to them or simply seek out information.  This is an invaluable resource for me as a TD as it gives me a base from which to operate when I’m not in the Dáil but more importantly to the people of Kildare North that I was elected to serve.”

Murphy expressed her huge gratitude to the “extremely dedicated” team of campaign workers who helped her to mount her recent general election campaign.

“The campaign team I had during the recent general election was truly extraordinary and I want to extend my gratitude to them for making all of this possible.  This office will allow me to continue working with those people, and of course anyone who has an interested in joining, in working on behalf of Kildare.”

The Kildare North TD drew particular attention to a key member of her campaign team who will now head up the running of the new Leixlip Constituency Office.

“I have to particularly thank Sheila Clifford who will not only be running the office but who has also been of enormous help in the set-up of it.  Sheila is an extremely capable and trustworthy person who I feel truly lucky to have as part of my team.”

The public hours of the office are 10am to 1pm Monday to Friday.  Due to commitments in the Dáil Catherine will not be in the office at all times and so if anyone would like to meet specifically with her she is more than happy to make an appointment through telephone, email or a drop-in request.  Equally, although the ideal is to meet people in the office Deputy Murphy is fully aware that travelling to Leixlip may not always be possible for some people so she is more than happy to make appointments for alternate locations if that’s the case.

ENDS

 

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