Lord Mayor opens Book of Condolence to pay tribute to Ashling Murphy

Aisling Murphy Book of condolence image

Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Alderman Glenn Barr has opened an online Book of Condolence to pay tribute to Ashling Murphy who died on 12th January 2022.

The Book of Condolence is now available to sign, please click here. It will remain open until 4pm on Friday 21st January. The book will be collated and forwarded to the Murphy family.

Lord Mayor, Alderman Glenn Barr, said her death is “an absolute tragic and senseless killing”.

“This devastating news has shocked every one of us and the outpouring of grief following this senseless murder shows how loved and respected Ashling was in her local community.

“On behalf of the citizens of our borough, I extend our most deepest and heartfelt condolences to Ashling’s family, friends, colleagues and the local Tullamore community. We will continue to hold you in our thoughts and prayers.

“Together we must stand against violence against women, this simply can not be tolerated in our society.”

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