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Albert Boyd Douglas, known as Boyd Douglas (born 13 July 1950) is a politician in Northern Ireland.


The son of William Albert Boyd Douglas, Boyd  is a married man with 4 children who farms in the Roe Valley. In 1997 he topped the poll in the Limavady local government election. He is a member of the County Londonderry Committee of the Ulster Farmers Union and is active in the community being Vice-Chairman of the Burnfoot Community Development Association. He is an Elder in the Presbyterian Church and Master of Boveva Orange Lodge.

Douglas attended Strabane Agriculture College before working as a farmer. He was elected as a Ulster Unionist Party representative on Limavady Borough Council in 1997, but soon resigned in opposition to the Good Friday Agreement.

He was an East Londonderry candidate in the 1998 Assembly election, polling only 5.6% in the 2003 elections, he lost his seat.

 

 

Boyd Douglas lists the following in the 2001 Northern Ireland Assembly Register of Members' Interests:

 

  • Member of Limavady Borough Council.
  • Director of Leader II, Roe Valley, Limavady.
  • Chairman of Burnfoot Community Association.
  • Director of Dungiven Community Hall.
  • Council Representative for Feeny Community Association.
  • Council Representative for Foreglen Community Association.
  • Director Roe Valley Rural Transport.
  • Director Sperrins Tourism Limited.
  • Member of Limavady Local Strategy Partnership

 

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