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Dublin - Event Notice
Monday April 21 2014
12:45 PM

Na Fianna Éireann, Dublin : Easter 2014 wreath-laying ceremony.

category dublin | history and heritage | event notice author Wednesday March 19, 2014 23:47author by Sharon. - Individual. Report this post to the editors

On Easter Monday 2014 (21st April) NFE will lay a wreath in Glasnevin Cemetery.

Sean Healy Sluagh , NFE, to lay a wreath in memory of Sean Healy on Easter Monday 2014.

NFE to remember Sean Healy , Easter Monday 2014, Glasnevin Cemetery, 1pm.
NFE to remember Sean Healy , Easter Monday 2014, Glasnevin Cemetery, 1pm.

The Sean Healy Sluagh of Na Fianna Éireann, Dublin, will be holding a wreath laying ceremony in Glasnevin Cemetery for Sean Healy on Easter Monday, 21st April, 2014. Fergal Moore (Monaghan) will Chair the event and Dublin Fian Jamie Mullen will lay a wreath and deliver the oration. Those attending are requested to assemble at Doyles Corner in Phibsboro , at 1pm.
Immediately following this ceremony, the procession will march from Glasnevin to the Garden of Remembrance from where, at 1.45pm, they will join the RSF parade to the GPO for the Easter Commemoration.
Thanks,
Sharon.


Update:
There has been a change in time and assemble location for the Sean Healy Ceremony, We in the Sean Healy Slua, Dublin have decided to assemble at the Garden of Remembrance at 12.45 and march to Doyle's Corner and lay the wreath and deliver the oration on the corner and then march back to the Garden of Remembrance.

After the Sean Healy Ceremony, we will immediately be marching at the Easter Commemoration. Sorry about the change

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