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|Patrick "Pat" Convery|
|55th Lord Mayor of Belfast|
June 2010 – 2011
|Preceded by||Naomi Long|
|Succeeded by||Niall Ó Donnghaile|
|Deputy Lord Mayor of Belfast|
|Preceded by||Joe O'Donnell|
|Succeeded by||Ruth Patterson|
|Councillor on Belfast City Council|
|Constituency||Castle Electoral Area|
|Political party||Social Democratic and Labour Party|
|Website||Official profile, SDLP.ie|
Convery was elected Lord Mayor of Belfast on 1 June 2010, succeeding Naomi Long, and served until his term ended in June 2011. He has represented the Castle area of North Belfast since being elected to Belfast City Council in June 2001.
Convery is Vice-Chairperson of the SDLP, a Belfast Harbour Commissioner, a member of the North Belfast Partnership and a former Chairman of the Belfast District Policing Partnership. He served as Deputy Lord Mayor of Belfast from 2005-06. He stood for the Northern Ireland Assembly in Belfast North in 2003 and 2007, narrowly missing election on both occasions.
Convery is married with two daughters, and lives in Belfast.
- "SDLP's Pat Convery replaces Naomi Long as Belfast mayor". BBC News. Retrieved 5 March 2017.
- "Lord Mayor - Belfast City Council". Belfastcity.gov.uk. 1 June 2016. Retrieved 5 March 2017.
|Deputy Lord Mayor of Belfast
|Lord Mayor of Belfast
Niall Ó Donnghaile