The annual Éamon De Valera Commemoration in Clare will take place this Sunday, November 18th in Ennis at 1pm.
At 12pm there will be a mass at Ennis Cathedral in memory of deceased members of Fianna Fáil in Clare. After mass, Fianna Fáil Leader, Micheál Martin TD will lay a wreath at the De Valera Monument before delivering an oration.
Clare Fianna Fáil TD, Timmy Dooley, who is part of the organising committee, said the commemoration is always a very important date on the calendar and it gives an opportunity for members of Fianna Fáil in Clare to remember party colleagues who have passed away.
“The legacy of Éamon De Valera in Clare, Ireland and throughout the world has been well documented but it must not be forgotten that he served the Clare constituency with distinction for nearly 40 years. Sunday is an opportunity for the people of Clare to remember the impact De Valera had.
“This Sunday will also be a chance for people to commemorate all the deceased members of Fianna Fáil in Clare,” said Deputy Dooley.
Following the event on Sunday there will be lunch afterwards in the Old Ground Hotel, Ennis. All are welcome.