Remembrance & Conference Weekend

Ex-servicemen and miltary attaches at remembrance conference

Each year as part of our commitment to the cause of Remembrance, Peace and Reconciliation we host Ambassadors and Defence Attaches from the countries that Irishmen and Women served with, still are serving with and died serving. We have welcomed members of the Irish Nary., Irish Air Corps., lrish Army., RDF and the following Veteran’s Association’s,North & South Irish Horse, Royal Irish Regiment, Irish U.N, O.N.E., Irish Naval Assoc, Royal British Legion.,Royal Airforce., Royal Navy, Australian & American Legions + other regimental associations, friends and Family members of our fallen comrades
Our guest speakers include distinguished soldiers and historians who have shared their knowledge on topics such as
Ireland’s military heritage, history of the Irish involvement to the wars and conflicts worldwide in the armed forces of Eire, United Kingdom US Australia; and the historical relations between all our countries. Below are just a few examples of those who have attended and spoken at our Conference

Kevin Myers lecturer

Kevin Myers
Author of Ireland’s Great War


Yvonne McKewen
Edinburgh University


Guy Jones
Irish Lebanese Cultural Foundation

Army Brigadier General Paul Pakenham

Brigadier General Paul Pakenham
Military Heritage of Ireland Trust

Commndr Richard Donnelly attache Aus

Commander Richard Donnelly
Defence Attache, Australia

Sean English

Lt Col Sean English
Defence Attache (UK)

Lt Col Sean Cosden

Lt Col Sean Cosden
Defence Attache USAF

Col jean Trudel

Col Jean Trudl
Defence Attache Canada

Candaina military attach Col Radford

Col Rory Radford
Defence Attache Canada

Army General

Major General Ralph James
Deputy Chief of Staff
Irish Defence Forces.

Major General O'Morchoe

Maj Gen David O’Morchoe
President Royal British Legion

Ollie O'Connor O.N.E.T

Ollie O’Connor

Martin Mansergh

Martin Mansergh

ipers military march

The Trust organises an Ecumenical Service acknowledging the sacrifice of the fallen. This is followed by a parade led by pipe band to the Tipperary Remembrance Arch

Wreath-laying Ceremony



Attaches representing each country lays a wreath at the Remembrance Arch in memory of the fallen.


Tipperary Remembrance Trust President
Maj Gen David The O’Morchoe

flagdscf26131 (2)Tipperary Trust Chairman
Mick Haslam

To learn more about the Remembrance Conference Weekend and how you can take part

Contact Tipperary Remembrance Trust

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