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Herbert Ditty, The Right Honorable, The Lord Mayor of Belfast (1992–1993)

© the artist. Photo credit: Belfast City Hall

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Herbert Ditty was elected to Belfast City Council in 1973, representing the Ulster Unionist Party. He was appointed as High Sheriff of Belfast in 1985. Ditty was Deputy Lord Mayor in 1991 and served as Lord Mayor the following year.

Ditty lived in the Shankill Road area of Belfast. He served as chairman of the North Belfast Unionist Association and was active in the Unionist Labour Movement.

Ditty was a member of the Ulster Protestant Action Executive, when the group was founded at a special meeting at the Ulster Unionist Party offices in Glengall Street, Belfast.

Belfast City Hall

Belfast


Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 123 x W 123 cm (E)

Accession number

1993-007

Work type

Painting


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Donegal Place, Belfast, County Antrim BT1 5GS Northern Ireland

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