Tag Archives: St Patrick’s Day

Leave the hats.

This morning.

Dublin Airport.

Earlier: “We Are Not Planning To Close The Airports”

From top: cabinet sub-committee on Covid-19 this morning; St Patrick’s Parade in Dublin on March 17 last year

This afternoon.

Via RTÉ:

St Patrick’s Day parades have been cancelled in Dublin, Cork and Waterford today following concerns over the coronavirus.

The Cabinet Sub-Committee dealing with the Coronavirus decided to cancel the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin after meeting this morning.

It follows an announcement from Cork City Council to cancel their parade.

More as we get it.

Covid-19: St Patrick’s Day parades in Dublin and Cork cancelled (RTÉ)

Rollingnews

Earlier: Now Wash Your Brain

Alternatively…

In New York.

Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald at the St Patrick’s Parade in Manhattan.

Meanwhile

London, England.

Members of the Votes for Irish Citizens Abroad (VICA) march in the London St Patrick’s Day parade amid Brexit fears of disenfranchisement.

Meanwhile






Scenes from the St Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin city this afternoon.

(Pix: Oisín Kane (10-21)

(Pix: Rollingnews (5-9)

This afternoon.

At O’Carroll’s shop on O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.

Leprechaun-themed St Paddy’s ‘items’ on sale and tried on by Sabine Groepl from Germany.

Meanwhile…

Darragh Doyle tweetz:

A lot of novelty green plastic will be bought this St Patrick’s Day. A lot will be wasted. It doesn’t have to end up in landfill. @EPICMuseumCHQ will swap the novelty plastic for tickets to the Museum. It will then be donated to Social Enterprise @ReCreateIreland for reuse.

In fairness.

More here

EPIC Irish Emigration Museum

Top pics: Rollingnews

In London this weekend?

Alan Flanagan writes:

At this Sunday’s St. Patrick’s Day parade in London, the Votes for Irish Citizens Abroad  (VICA) campaign will be marching to celebrate the contribution of Irish emigrants and to call for a Yes vote in this year’s referendum on Presidential voting rights.

We believe that each citizen deserves a vote, and Ireland should move in line with 34 other European countries by extending the franchise.

VICA’s focus this year is on campaigning for a YES vote in the Autumn referendum to extend Presidential voting rights to Irish citizens abroad – in other words, a #voteforthevote.

Votes For Irish Citizens Abroad