Book of Condolence at the Mansion House
In the aftermath of the tragic events that took place both in Dublin and County Louth at the weekend..... books of condolence have been opened all over the country.
Evelyn O’Rourke went along yesterday to talk to visitors to the Mansion House to find out why they had turned up to offer their condolences ..
Evelyn – this book in the Mansion House is specifically for the families of the victims of the fire in Dublin but there are of course, books of condolence opened all over the country for the family of Garda Tony Golden too.
The Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has opened a bank account for donations for the families affected by the recent fire at Carrickmines.
Five children and five adults, all from the same extended family, perished in the blaze at the halting site on the Glenamuck Road in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The account is now open at AIB 10 Main Street, Dundrum, Co. Dublin.
The account details are as follows:
Account number: 16005289
Cheques made payable to 'SVP Carrickmines Tragedy' can be sent to Finance Dept, SVP East Region, 91-92 Sean McDermott Street, Dublin 1.
Books of condolence for the families are open at:
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council offices – Marine Road
County House in Lifford, as well as each of the Public Service Centres in Donegal
The Navan Travellers Workshop at the Fair green in Navan
The book will be open from 10am to 5pm each day until Friday.
Books of condolence for Garda Tony Golden
Garda Stations across the country are hosting books of condolence
Book of condolence are also open at Kells People’s Resource Centre
Books opens too in Ardee Library
If you can’t travel you can also go on-line and leave a tribute on many of the council’s websites.