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Catherine Kelly



Catherine Kelly is 30 and although originally from Loughmacrory, she has lived in Omagh town for the past eight years.

Catherine studied English & History in John Moore's University, Liverpool and Early Childhood Studies in South West College, Omagh.

She has been a member of Sinn Féin since 2009, stood as a candidate in Omagh Town in the 2014 local elections, has worked as Political Advisor to Barry McElduff and is currently secretary of Omagh Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.

Catherine has a passion for the Irish language and previously worked as a nursery assistant in the local Irish language nursery, Naíscoil na gCrann.

She also has a strong community ethos and as well as assisting with her local community association she has helped organise various charity events and workshops on suicide prevention.

Statements (53)

Kelly urges groups to apply for Pathway Fund8 January, 2020

Kelly condemns Omagh shooting19 December, 2019

Everyone has role to play in promoting anti-bullying culture - Kelly13 November, 2019

New child sexual offences figures 'staggering' - Kelly24 October, 2019

‘Concern follows residential care review’ – Kelly29 August, 2019

Kelly commends NSPCC for ‘Fight for a Fair Start’ campaign19 July, 2019

Role for all in keeping children safe online - Kelly25 June, 2019

Lack of affordable and accessible childcare impacting families - Kelly19 June, 2019

'Childcare must be affordable and accessible' - Kelly11 June, 2019

Kelly urges parents to be vigilant of children’s social media use26 February, 2019

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