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Ian Milne


Ian Milne


Married with three children, Ian Milne is from Bellaghy in South Derry.

Since his release in 1991, Ian has continued to work towards reunification, helping to build and reorganise Sinn Féin locally.

A lifelong Gael, Ian is a dedicated member of his local GAA club and is a fluent Irish Speaker. He has worked with local Community and Development groups helping to secure funding and bringing people together for the betterment of the area.

Since his election to council in 2005, and having served as Council Chairman in 2006 and 2011,  Ian has dedicated himself to working for all the people of the area; campaigning on planning and housing issues, welfare rights, access to services and a wide range of social issues.

Co opted to replace Francie Molloy in April 2013 as the MLA for Mid Ulster, he currently sits on the DARD and DOE committees.

Ian is a member of Wolfe Tones GAA in Bellaghy and in the Bellaghy Community Group.

Portfolio: Sits on the DARD and DOE committees

Constituency Office:
79 Quarry Rd
Co Derry
BT45 8NS

Phone: 02879 644550

Mon- Thur 9.00 am – 5pm
Fri 9.00 am - 1pm

Stormont office:
Room 336
Parliament Buildings
Belfast BT4 3XX

Last updated 3rd June 2013

Statements (84)

Milne welcomes Seamus Heaney portrait at Stormont24 November, 2015

Milne welcomes New Forestry Grant Schemes10 November, 2015

Welcome for opening of Farm Business Scheme3 November, 2015

Milne welcomes £1 million funding announcement for Seamus Heaney centre1 October, 2015

Farm Improvement Scheme to open in October23 September, 2015

DUP more interested in election stunts than rural communities – Milne14 September, 2015

Carers should have free public transport when accompanying patients14 July, 2015

Milne welcomes £200,000 capital grant for rural communities9 April, 2015

Sinn Féin to boycott PCSP meeting in support of Brown family12 February, 2015

PSNI must release all files on Sean Brown murder5 February, 2015

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