Remembrance Trust News

 Tipperary Remembrance Trust work  includes organising remembrance ceremonies and telling  the untold stories of Irish servicemen and women who fought in the wars. Examples of the Trust’s work in the news are provided below

Colour Guard military parade

Tipperary ceremony remembers the ultimate sacrifice made by those who served

Account of The annual Tipperary Remembrance Conference 2013. Read more

The Nationalist 20 October 2013.

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Remembering the Irish of the American Civil War in Tipperary

An account of the 2013 Remembrance and Conference Weekend from Conference guest speaker Damien Shiels. Read more  October 2 2013

people outside Cafe

Blue Beret Cafe a new venture for army veterans

A new cafe run by Post 24 Irish UN Veterans Association (IUNVA)volunteers, opened in Clonmel last week.
The Blue Beret Cafe was officially opened by junior transport minister Alan Kelly, at the Clonmel bus station, providing refreshments for people of Clonmel and visitors to the town, but also much-needed public toilet facilities. Read more

The Nationalist 5 July 2013

legion solider by military grave

A Sacred Priority

The American Legion feature on those groups and monuments dedicated to honouring and remembering the fallen, including the Tipperary Remembrance Arch. It includes interviews with Trust Chairman Mick Haslam, and Trust members Michael Coyne and Liam Kane. Read more

The American Legion Magazine 26 February 2013

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Action demanded to protect Kickham Barracks monuments and war memorials Protection from vandalism needed

The South Tipperary Military History Society has started a campaign to preserve and safeguard the historic military monuments in Clonmel’s Kickham Barracks after the Defence Forces leave in March next year. Read more

The Nationalist 8 January 2012

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