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The Branch Committee meets in

The City of Dublin Working Men's Club

33-36 Little Strand Street

Dublin

DO7 F861

Every Wednesday night at 20:00

 

For club Only Phone 6779760

Wednesday,Saturday,Sunday night

 

 

 




 

 

7 JULY 2018

 

Royal British Legion-ROI Annual Ceremony of Remembrance and Wreath Laying

 

 

DESCRIPTION 

This ceremony of commemoration and wreath-laying at the Irish National War Memorial is arranged and led by the Royal British Legion-Republic of Ireland with the co-operation and assistance of the Irish State. This major annual event commemorates those who lost their lives in the two World Wars, in particular the estimated 60,000 Irish men and women from all parts of the Ireland who served and died in those conflicts. Representation from all parts and traditions of the Island of Ireland is a key feature

The ceremony will commence at 12.30 pm with a colourful parade of the standards of Royal British Legion, regimental, ex-services organisations and commemorative associations. This is followed by an ecumenical service of remembrance, recitals and music and the laying of official wreaths by government and civic leaders, members of the Diplomatic Corps and Service and veterans representatives.

Music will be provided by the combined bands of the Irish Defence Forces and the Royal Irish Regiment.

Information for Guests

Thank you for registering to attend the Annual RBL-ROI Commemoration and Wreath Laying at the Irish National War Memorial Park, Islandbridge, Dublin 8. The information below should assist you in planning your attendence and ensure that the event runs as smoothly as possible. If you have any further queries, or any special access requirements, please email rsvp.roi@britishlegion.org.uk.

Arrival

Please arrange to arrive at Islandbridge at by 12 noon and bring a printed or e-copy of your ticket with you. Stewards will be on hand to direct you to your seat. Guests should be seated in the Arena no later than 12.20pm. Guests will receive a commemorative booklet on arrival which will include details of the Ceremony.

Dress code

Given the solemn nature of the commemorative ceremony, suitable attire is requested of all guests - business attire or smart casual is recommended. Official decorations and medals may be worn. This is an outdoor event on grass and guests are asked to be mindful of weather conditions and dress accordingly.

Wreaths

Organisations - If you wish to lay a wreath on behalf of an organisation which you officially represent please register your intention by emailing rsvp.roi@britishlegion.org.uk giving your name, organisation, position and contact details.

Personal/family wreaths or dedications - There will be an opportunity for personal dedications following the official wreath laying. Commemorative crosses and other items will be available at the event for a small donation. Please email the Organisers if you wish to order a poppy wreath.

Access

The sole access to the event for approved vehicles and pedestrians is via the South Circular Road. The Con Colbert Road gate will be closed to pedestrians.

Travel

Due to the large number of official persons attending this ceremony Guests are advised that the entrance may be subject to congestion.

Cars and Coaches: There is limited vehicular access and parking within the memorial park grounds. There is also a large pay & display car park at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, entering from Military Road. On Google maps, you should search for IMMA. The walk to the INWM park entrance is around 10 minutes via Kilmainham Gate.

Public Transport: Bus route 69 from Fleet St stops opposite the event entrance at Clancy Barracks (SCR). Routes 25, 26, 66, 66a, 66b, 67 stop on Conyngham Road, just a 5-minute walk via the South Circular Road to the entrance.

Luas Red Line stop at Hueston Station – is a 15/20-minute walk to the South Circular Road entrance.

If arriving by taxi it is recommended that you alight at the South Circular Road.

Security

Your co-operation with security personnel at all times would be appreciated. An Garda Síochána has confirmed the following arrangements for security: Guests should be able to produce a form of identification, either a passport, National ID card or a driving licence with photograph. Mobile phones should be set to silent operation during the ceremony. While you are waiting for the ceremony to begin at 12.30pm you are welcome to look around the war memorial site. All guests should be in their seats by 12.20pm, in readiness for the ceremony beginning at 12.30pm.

Refreshments

After the ceremony light refreshments will be provided at the Memorial Park site.

Toilet facilities will be provided on site.

Donations in support of the event are welcome.

Rules, Terms and Conditions

1. For the purposes of the below information, “Organiser” refers to the Royal British Legion-Republic of Ireland. “Ticket-holder” refers to guests attending the ceremony. 2. The Organiser reserves the right to refuse anyone entry to the event at their absolute discretion, and any person who fails to comply with instructions from an official steward or other person acting on behalf of the event Organiser may be refused entry or ejected.

3. Vehicles and their contents parked on site or at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham car park are entirely at the owner’s risk.

4. The Organiser reserves the right to search all persons and personal property and refuse admission to, or eject from the event, any person who refuses to be searched by an official steward or a member of An Garda Síochána; or other person acting on their behalf.

5. No alcohol is permitted to be taken into the event. Strictly no illegal substances will be permitted. There will be a strict no smoking policy within the Arena section of the site.

6. A strict dress code will apply to all other ticket-holders. The wearing of uniforms, insignia, emblems and costumes (with exception of serving military, ex-service personnel, recognised first aid and emergency services) is prohibited and musical instruments are not permitted at the event.

7. Animals other than official guide dogs are not permitted in the arena.

8. Media will be present at the ceremony. Ticket-holders give their consent to their actual or simulated likeness being used in broadcast or print images.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Contact via email: rsvp.roi@britishlegion.org.uk

 

                

Branch President

Pam Alexander

PAMALE@eircom.net

 

Branch Chairman

Tony Martin

 irntonymartin@hotmail.com

 

Branch Vice Chairman

Dave McFarland

 

Branch Hon Secretary

Ken Geary

 0866040358

kengeary@gmail.com

 

Branch Hon Treasurer

Robert [Bob]Byrne

robertbyrne60@gmail.com

 

Branch Membership Secretary

Aidan Bowe

 

 

Committee

EDDY ROONEY

COLETTE DONNELLY PEMBROKE

JOHN MCFARLAND CAMPBELL

AIDAN BOWE 

BRIDGET QUINN

SUSAN BOLAND

EDDY ROONEY

CILLIAN CULLEN

ANTO BYRNE

BILL POWDERLY

         BRANCH HISTORIAN   

       AIDAN KAVANAGH

  

              




                                             


 

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Eric Jones | Reply 13.04.2018 15.40

Hi Bob, I need help to writ an appeal for WPA. Do you know any one who could help me write it. Please let me know.

Margaret M Buggy | Reply 26.03.2018 16.12

Only right to remember with consideration and respect those who gave their lives and service for the freedom we enjoy today.

Bob | Reply 16.02.2018 12.13

Hi Philippa are you going from Ireland or UK.I know the Somme Museum https://www.discovernorthernireland.com/Somme-Museum-Newtownards-P2864 would be a goodstart

Philippa Mansergh - Wallace | Reply 14.02.2018 16.28

I and 6 friends are anxious to join a tour to WW1 sites this Autumn. I have been before my friends have not so a general overview is essiential. Any ideas?

Brian Duffy | Reply 09.02.2018 00.07

Sean Moore
You should contact The Veterans Gate at https://www.veteransgateway.org.uk
Or call our Contact Centre helpline on 0808 802 8080 from 8 lam-8pm,7 days

Bob | Reply 29.01.2018 17.29

Hi Sean sorry to hear you are having problems There is not much we can do here in Dublin Central branch,but give you this address The Royal British Legion
Suite 313, The Capel Building
Mary's Abbey
Dublin 7, Ireland

sean moore | Reply 27.01.2018 15.42

ex marine sean moore is given countless mobile phone numbers of marines in Portsmouth and hull and various charities all doing nowt to re-unite family gon 6yrs

sean moore | Reply 27.01.2018 15.40

as know ex marine sean moore is getting zero help from british legion pse advise...lot of knee pain..heart ache. all usual..not sure how long got left to live!

tom Noone | Reply 17.01.2018 20.24

what is the address of the legion i need to send an invitation

Bob 18.01.2018 10.08

Hi Tom if the invite is to the Royal British legion its self their address is The Royal British Legion
Suite 313, The Capel Building
Mary's Abbey
Dublin 7, Ireland

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Hi Bob, I need help to writ an appeal for WPA. Do you know any one who could help me write it. Please let me know.

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What's your best point of contact? Email? Can't get through to your number? Re venue usage

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Only right to remember with consideration and respect those who gave their lives and service for the freedom we enjoy today.

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Hi Philippa are you going from Ireland or UK.I know the Somme Museum https://www.discovernorthernireland.com/Somme-Museum-Newtownards-P2864 would be a goodstart

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