7 September 2002:
Anniversary of the Dublin and Monaghan Bombings
Friday May 17th 2002, marks the 28th anniversary of the bombings in Dublin and Monaghan in 1974, which caused 33 deaths and serious injury and maiming to hundreds.
Bereaved families and survivors will gather together at the memorial in Talbot Street (Amiens Street end), for a wreath laying ceremony.
They will be joined by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Mr. Michael Mulcahy, the Taoiseach, Mr. Bertie Ahern TD, representatives from the Italian and French Embassies, SIPTU, IMPACT, the Irish Painters' Union, Dublin Trades' Council, members of the Bloody Sunday families, the Omagh families, the Dundalk families, the Ludlow family, and the Castleblayney family, as well as the families of the December 1972 and January 1973 Dublin bombings who are part of Justice for the Forgotten.
The prayers will be led by Fr. Tom Clowe, Our Lady of Lourdes' Church, Seán Mc Dermot Street.
The day will be marked in the following manner:
11.30am Wreath laying at the Talbot Street Memorial by the Lord Mayor Michael Mulcahy, and the Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern TD.
12.45pm Mass in St. Marys Pro-Cathedral, Dublin.
Justice for the Forgotten Office 01 - 855 4300
Bernadette McNally - Chairperson 087-646 9685
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