Rallies against Brexit in Lifford and Bridgend have heard that Britain leaving the EU could have detrimental consequences for local businesses and the economy.
Hundreds of people are said to have attended the Border Communities Against Brexit demonstrations in six different locations along the border at the weekend.
Dermot O’Hara is a Mananger of a disability support group in Derry and attended the demonstration in Bridgend.
He says the possibility of a hard border between Donegal, Derry and Tyrone will impact on many aspects of day to day life in the North West:
Local Pharmacist Tom Murray expressed his concern over the possible implications Brexit will have for those living in the border region.
He is not ruling out future demonstrations and is once again urging all politicians in the North West to unite against Brexit: