PUBLIC COMMEMORATIVE EVENTS IN DUBLIN
People's Remembrance at The Irish National War Memorial, Islandbridge at 10.45-11.15am. Wreath Laying at the National Cross of Sacrifice in association with the War Memorial Trustees and Representatives of the various veterans and civilian organisations in Ireland. The Act of Remembrance and 2-minute Silence will take place at the 11th hour.
All are welcome to attend and encouraged to leave a personal tribute at the National Cross of Sacrifice following the official wreath laying.
National Service of Remembrance (Choral Evensong) at the National Cathedral of St Patrick, Dublin in courtesy of the Dean of St Patrick's, the very Reverened Andrew Morton.
Time: 3.00 - 4.15pm
This is the traditional annual National Service during which wreaths are laid by the President of Ireland and The President of The Royal British Legion in Ireland.
All are welcome. Worshippers are requested to arrive by 2.30pm.
"At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.."
Inspired by Binyon's poem "For the Fallen" a Ceremony of Lights will be held at Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Blackhorse Avenue. This is Ireland's largest Military Cemetery and all 650 Commonwealth War Graves will be illuminated for the Armistice Night. A short Remembrance Cememoney will be held during sundown beginning 4.30pm.
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