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Where to get your Remembrance Poppy

Posted by Limerick Royal British Legion on November 3, 2012 at 3:10 PM

Limerick members will be out collecting for the Poppy Appeal in Limerick on 7-8th November 2014 before Remembrance Sunday on the 9th. Collectors will also have the metal WW1 Centenary Irish Poppy pins (suggested donation - 3 Euro)

On 7-8 NOV, You'll find us here:

- at the Parkway & Crescent Shopping Centres.

- Limerick City Centre (Debenhams / Brown Thomas/ Bank of Ireland).

- Milk Market (Saturday)

Check our https://www.facebook.com/LimerickRBL" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">FACEBOOK page for updates on Collector locations.

Poppies are available throughout Remembrancetide

in St Mary's Cathedral, Athlunkard St.

POPPY by POST (we post everywhere)

Both the traditional Red Flanders poppy and the the WW1 Centenary Irish Poppy pin can be obtained online via our website Homepage using the PayPal buttons.

Use "DONATE" and use the message sell utility in PayPal to state your requirements.

Orders are dispatched in the very next post.

 

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6 Comments

Reply Brian Nolan
8:07 AM on July 25, 2016 
Is the WW1 Centenary Irish Poppy still available? My Irish grandfather was in the Royal Navy in WW1, stationed at Haulbowline. After the being invalided out (the family story says) he help start up the British Legion in Ireland and received an engraved pen stand for his work. But how ever hard I try I cannot find any information about this.
Reply Michael Thomas.Murphy.
4:49 PM on June 17, 2017 
I am a member of the RBL, Somme Branch and also Downs Branch, DEAL, Kent. I with my Son and Daughter wear a RBL Poppy Lapel Pin each day of the year for my Uncle Charles, who made the Supreme Sacrifice during World War I. Each year my Son and I travel to the Thiepval Memorial on the Somme to participate in a Service of Remembrance. We lay a Poppy Wreath on my Uncle's War Grave each visit. I have discovered that your Branch has RBL Shamrock Poppy Lapel Pins. If you have any left in stock I would like to obtain 3 for us to wear in Remembrance if my Uncle and his fallen Cimrades. Can you help. I will be more than happy to make a donation to your Poppy Appeal Fund and ask if ?20 would be sufficient. Yours in Comradeship, Michael T Murphy, RBL Member 1182744.
Reply Limerick Royal British Legion
5:36 PM on June 17, 2017 
Michael Thomas.Murphy. says...
I am a member of the RBL, Somme Branch and also Downs Branch, DEAL, Kent. I with my Son and Daughter wear a RBL Poppy Lapel Pin each day of the year for my Uncle Charles, who made the Supreme Sacrifice during World War I. Each year my Son and I travel to the Thiepval Memorial on the Somme to participate in a Service of Remembrance. We lay a Poppy Wreath on my Uncle's War Grave each visit. I have discovered that your Branch has RBL Shamrock Poppy Lapel Pins. If you have any left in stock I would like to obtain 3 for us to wear in Remembrance if my Uncle and his fallen Cimrades. Can you help. I will be more than happy to make a donation to your Poppy Appeal Fund and ask if ?20 would be sufficient. Yours in Comradeship, Michael T Murphy, RBL Member 1182744.

Hi Michael
- Shamrock pins can be obtained online via our home page here http://rbl-limerick.webs.com/.
In case you are still interested,
- Information relating to this year?s wreath laying ceremony at Islandbridge on 8th July 2017.https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/royal-british-legion-roi-annual-
ceremony-of-remembrance-and-wreath-laying-tickets-34509099646?utm
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Reply Esther Burke
9:36 AM on November 9, 2017 
Purchased 3x Shamrock Poppies and didn't put delivery address in - Please contact me so I can provide.
Many thanks
Reply Peter Durkin
11:59 AM on November 12, 2017 
I would like to order 2 Shamrock Poppy badges but don?t have a PayPal account.
Can I order by post?
Lovely to see recognition of the Irishmen who died in WW1. I can imagine what it was like to return to Ireland after the war. My great uncle served with the Anzacs & killed September 27th 1918. What a terrible waste of men.
Slainte
Reply Billy Mills
8:18 PM on November 13, 2017 
I am in the United States. Where would I mail my donation for the SHAMROCK POPPY? What would be a sufficient amount in U S currency to equal the suggested donation (I have an old conversion chart & am sure the exchange rate is different today). Thank you for your time and information.