Royal British Legion - Limerick Branch

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Reply Malcolm Vickers
1:56 PM on November 11, 2017 
I would like more info if you are holding any events in 2018 please.
Ex L/Cpl Malcolm Vickers.
Reply Winston Manning
7:47 PM on May 10, 2017 
Where can I find the membership form to join the Limerick Branch. Also what is the cost of annual membership ? I live in Ottawa Canada and on occasion return home on vacation to Wnnis. It would be nice to drop into your Legion on my visits. I would also like to trace an old friend from Limerick that I served with with the Royal Signals in Germany in the early 60's, hi mama was Noel Clancy, I wonder if he was ever a member? Regards Winston Manning
Reply Winston Manning
1:39 PM on November 9, 2015 
I am trying to purchase one of the Irish Poppy pins for WW1 , but unable to access the payment method used on site. Also tried the 1 800 number to no avail. Please advise how I can purchase one of the Poppis
Reply Peter Mulvany
2:10 PM on June 19, 2015 
Support Forgotten Irish Naval Service Heroes:
The following has been submitted to the Irish Minister for Defence Simon Coveney TD and An Taoiseach Mr Enda Kenny TD in support of Forgotten Irish Naval Service Heroes: Perhaps this might be of inreste to Shipmates in the RNA.
Best Wishes
Peter Mulvany
Dear Sirs,
On 29 May 1962, the Irish Naval Vessel LÉ Cliona while participating in an annual exercise south of Roches Point County Cork carried out a successful Hedgehog mortar exercise. During her second pattern of depth charges, she suffered a premature explosion from a charge dropped from the port stern rail. The resulting explosion lifted the stern of the ship out of the water and the concussion ruptured fuel oil feed pipes in the aft boiler room. The leaking oil resulted in a serious fire which rapidly accelerated out of control. Leading Stoker William Myres closed the feed valves, isolating the supply of fuel to the fire. L/S Myres had to be ordered to leave his post so he could receive medical attention for burns he had sustained in the fire fighting effort. The Executive Officer, Lt. Pat O'Mahoney, then entered the aft boiler room where he fought the fire for at least another thirty minutes. The fire was eventually extinguished, despite the Marine Rescue Coordination centre dispatching an oceangoing tug, the Clonmel to the scene to assist, the Cliona was able to proceed to Haulbowline under her own steam for an investigation and repairs. (Extract: Report to the Chief of Staff from Captain Thomas McKenna on fire damage to LE Cliona, 31 May 1962 (Military Archives). Neither Myres or O'Mahoney received a decoration for the bravery they showed in their fire fighting effort.
As Military medals are bestowed in recognition of specific acts or service representing all that is best in the field of human endeavour, the actions of Leading Stoker William Myres and Lt. Pat O?Mahoney should have merited recognition. Perhaps the government should consider initiating a review and recognise these personnel ?
Peter Mulvany
Irish Seamen's Relatives Association (1939-46)