An extended-serving Northern Eire councillor has been laid to relaxation.
James ‘Jim’ Brown, who was in his late 60s, died earlier this week. He had served for 4 many years in native authorities.
He was laid to relaxation at Victoria Cemetery in Carrickfergus yesterday.
Associates and colleagues of Mr Brown joined his grieving widow Esther and daughters and wider household at their dwelling within the east Antrim city for the funeral service.
Mr Brown was a well known determine in Carrick, having sat on the council there as a member of the Ulster Unionist Get together and latterly as an impartial.
He served twice as Mayor of Carrickfergus Borough Council earlier than it merged to change into Mid and East Antrim after the revamp of native authorities.