Thank you for visiting, an online hub for news, alerts and updates for vibrant East Belfast – the constituency I represent in the Northern Ireland Assembly and the place I fondly call home. Here, you can find useful informational resources, read about my recent work and stay abreast of what's happening in your community. In my role as your representative, I firmly believe it is my duty to be accessible and accommodating to every one of my constituents. In that light, I hope my website can offer you a convenient platform for engagement so that you may contact me with any comments, concerns, personal or local issues. Remember: I work for you!
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  • royalmail
  • titanic
  • apgsme GG_JC_SH
  • CS Lewis_Library
  • strandtownstormontvisit
  • Visiting the Royal Mail East Belfast Delivery Office
  • Titanic Building
  • Launching '1 More in 4' proposals for All Party Group on SMEs
  • C.S. Lewis - Holywood Arches Library
  • Maths Week with Strandtown Primary
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cabinet graffiti

Last month, after receiving a complaint about graffiti on Wandsworth Road, Judith's team succeeded in having a defaced cabinet repainted. Judith's constituency office is well practiced in dealing with graffiti enquiries, and can take decisive action to resolve issues of defacement of public and private property.



Connswater Community Greenway is hosting a dog-friendly 'Bark' Walk through Orangefield Park on Thursday 21 May at 8:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend.



Next week, from 18-22 May, marks Walk to School Week 2015, an initiative that aims to show pupils the health, social and environmental benefits of walking. Judith's family will be participating by walking to and from school, and she is encouraging others in East Belfast to join as well.


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Judith was among several MLAs interviewed by students from Methodist College Belfast, a school participating in the BBC School Reporters programme. Click here for the full article and video on BBC News.


Due to unforeseen circumstances including additional work and ground conditions, NI Water must extend the road closure in the Mersey Street area to December 2015. This will have a continued impact on commuters, though PSNI Traffic Branch, Transport NI and local representatives are kept informed.


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