Tomorrow National Day Of Recognition For Ireland’s Frontline Services
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Tomorrow is the the national day of recognition for Ireland’s frontline, security and voluntary services.
The annual National Services Day, which usually takes place on the first Saturday of September, was cancelled last year due to restrictions but is going ahead this year.
Up to 50 frontline service vehicles are expected to drive a 50km route through Cork city and suburbs.
Cork City Fire Brigade, the Gardaí, the National Ambulance Service, the Defence forces and the Civil Defence will be among the participants in the motorcade.
It will leave the city centre at 11 o’clock.
Members of the public are invited to come out and watch the parade while abiding by Covid guidelines.