Lord Mayor of Cork makes annual courtesy call to the Bishop of Cork

On Friday, 9th September, the Bishop of Cork, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, and Mrs Susan Colton received the Lord Mayor of Cork, Councillor Des Cahill, to afternoon tea at The Palace.  The Lord Mayor was accompanied by Ms Ruth Buckley, Deputy CEO of Cork City Council.  Cllr Cahill is the eighteenth Lord Mayor to make a courtesy call to Bishop Colton.  In the course of the afternoon the Lord Mayor set out his adopted theme for his year in office, which is ‘positivity’;  a wide range of views were shared and issues discussed that affect the city and its people, as well as the work of the Church of Ireland in Cork.

The Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr Des Cahill, is welcome to The Palace by the Bishop.

The Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr Des Cahill, is welcomed to The Palace by the Bishop.

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