Frontline Emergency and Security Services Eire Forum (FESSEF) is a voluntary non-profit organisation formed to promote the communication, co-operation and friendship among the personnel of the National Security and Emergency Services. They also promote goodwill among the public for the role played by service personnel in the performance of their duties. Learn more >>>
As a member of the FESSEF BUMBLEance will be taking part in the Emergency Services Weekend 8-10th September 2017.
Highlights of the Weekend include:
Friday September 8th
By kind permission of His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin, the FESSEF Committee will host a musical concert showcasing the massed bands of the services with special guests in the City’s Pro Cathedral.
Proceeds to charities: Tickets €35.
Saturday September 9th
The 2017 Parade commencing at 12 midday from Parnell Square to Trinity College via O’Connell Street promises a special opportunity for all the family to see the band’s, vehicles and personnel of Ireland’s emergency and security services.
The main courtyard of Trinity College will see all the participating services and personnel open to the public from 11:00-16:00, to showcase the services equipment and capabilities.
The public can get up close and personal with each of the services for Free.
Saturday’s celebrations will culminate with the annual Gala Dinner in Trinity College Dublin, preceded by a musical tattoo.
Tickets €50 in limited supply though the FESSEF Committee.
Sunday September 10th
A BBQ for services personnel and their families will be hosted by the FESSEF Committee to acknowledge the support given by family members to the staff of the services.