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Irish Naval Service Awarded Civic Honour of "Freedom of Entry" to Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County

28th March 2017
The award will be conferred on the officers and crew of the LÉ Eithne at a special ceremony The award will be conferred on the officers and crew of the LÉ Eithne at a special ceremony

In recognition of its international humanitarian service on behalf of the people of Ireland and the European Union, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has decided to award the Irish Naval Service the civic honour of "Freedom of Entry" to the county.

The award will be conferred on the officers and crew of the LÉ Eithne at a special ceremony at 1pm on Friday 31st March at Harbour Plaza, Dún Laoghaire.

LÉ Eithne likewise of the seven-strong fleet has an adopted homeport, in the case of the Helicopter Patrol Vessel this is Dun Laoghaire Harbour. The HPV will be berthed during the ceremony at St. Micheals Wharf which is located just beyond the Harbour Plaza. From here there are views of the East Pier and in the distance Howth Peninsula. 

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  • Comment Link Brian GUILFOYLE 1st April 2017 posted by Brian GUILFOYLE

    Well done Rathdown
    Our Naval Service work hard and are truly a national treasure

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