Netta Jane Johnston Plaque unveiling event photographs

Netta Jane Nicholl Johnston – ‘The Lady Piper of Carnlough’
Members of the Carnlough Community Association and friends gather for the unveiling
Tim Clifford, treasurer-Ulster History Circle and Louise Mulcahy
Patricia McCormick-Carnlough and Brendan Killough owner of the property at Marine Road, Carnlough
Chris Spurr-Chairman Ulster History Circle greets the Deputy Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Council, Councillor Beth Adger MBE
The Deputy Mayor addresses guests.
Uilleann piper, Marie Kinney
Mary Watson, The Hub at Carnlough Town Hall nominated Netta Jane Nicholl Johnston for the blue plaque
Rev. Violet Johnston, niece of Netta Jane Nicholl Johnston
Rev. Johnston unveils the blue plaque
l.r. Marie Kinney, Dr. David Hume-Ulster History Circle, Deputy Mayor, Louise Mulcahy, Rev. Violet Johnston, and Chris Spurr-Chairman-Ulster History Circle
Rev. Violet Johnston, Chris Spurr-Chairman Ulster History Circle, Louise Mulcahy, Tim Clifford and Mike Catto-Ulster History Circle
Marie Kinney and Louise Mulcahy join Rev. Violet Johnston
 
After the unveiling, guests were entertained in the Hub at Carnlough Town Hall with further tributes and music, to the ‘Lady Piper of Carnlough
Before leaving Carnlough, Rev. Violet Johnston and Louise Mulcahy visited the grave of Netta Jane Nicholl Johnston in Ardclinis Church of Ireland graveyard.