Carrickfergus Borough Council – Councillors

Councillors

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  • Alderman Billy Ashe

    Democratic Unionist Party

    Billy Ashe was first elected to Carrickfergus Borough Council in May 1997. He served as Mayor of the Borough during 2001-2002 and has served as Chair of Development Services, the largest Council Department for 7 years. Full biography

  • Alderman May Beattie

    Democratic Unionist Party

    Alderman Mrs May Beattie is now serving her third term as a Councillor for the Borough of Carrickfergus, having first been elected to Council in 1997. Having been resident in the Borough for her entire life,

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    she is a member of the Democratic Unionist Party, holding the office of Secretary of the local branch and the East Antrim Association. She also holds the position of Whip for the local party. Full biography

  • Councillor Roy Beggs

    Ulster Unionist Party

    Roy Beggs has been elected as a Ulster Unionist Party Councillor for the Knockagh Monument DEA since 2001.   He has served as Vice Chairman of the Community Safety Partnership, the Local Strategy Partnership and is a former chair of the District Policing Partnership.  Full biography

  • Councillor Jim Brown

    Independent

    Having served as a Carrickfergus Borough Councillor for almost thirty years, Jim Brown is well experienced in dealing with a wide range of constituency matters. Not affiliated to any political party, his loyalty is first and foremost to the people who have chosen to elect him as an individual. Full biography

  • Councillor Terry Clements

    Democratic Unionist Party
  • Councillor Mark Cosgrove

    Ulster Unionist Party

    Mark first got involved in Elected Politics when he got elected at the 2005 Election standing in the Knockagh Monument DEA for the first time. His background is within the private sector and he is a Director and Shareholder in Redhead International a £25m UK and European Transport Company whose Northern Ireland depot is in Carrickfergus. Mark started Redhead in Carrickfergus in 1991 and has over 18 years commercial experience within the town. Full biography

  • Councillor Isobel Day

    Alliance Party

    Born Isobel Joyner in 1950, Isobel attended her local Sunnylands Primary School, where her father was Vice Principal, and then on to Whitehead High School, leaving after ‘A’ levels. She joined the Alliance Party in 1970/71. Full biography

  • Councillor Stewart Dickson

    Alliance Party

    Stewart Dickson has lived in the East Antrim area all his life. He served on Carrickfergus Borough Council from 1977-81 and 1985 to present and was Mayor of the Borough from 1992-93. Throughout this time he has represented the people of Greenisland and Woodburn in the Knockagh Monument area. Full biography

  • Councillor Darin Ferguson

    Ulster Unionist Party
  • Councillor Eric Ferguson

    Ulster Unionist Party
  • Councillor Billy Hamilton

    Independent
  • Alderman David Hilditch

    Democratic Unionist Party

    David Hilditch entered Local Government in 1991, winning the local by-election for the Castle District electoral area.    He served as Deputy Mayor from 1994 to 1996.  From 1997 to 1998 he was elected to Alderman and Mayor, a position he was elected to again in 2004, which he kept until June 2008.  Full biography

  • Councillor Louise Marsden

    Democratic Unionist Party
  • Councillor Jim McClurg

    Democratic Unionist Party
  • Councillor Lynn McClurg

    Democratic Unionist Party
  • Alderman Patricia McKinney

    Democratic Unionist Party
  • Councillor Sean Neeson

    Alliance Party

    Sean is one of the most experienced politicians in Northern Ireland; Leader of the Alliance Party, 1998-2001. He represents East Antrim in the Northern Ireland Assembly and previously served on the EU Committee of the Regions. Full biography