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LIMERICK VOLUNTEERS READY FOR COMMUNITY DEMONSTRATION

The Ashford Company in Limerick, has confirmed that its volunteer corps will be participating in a significant community demonstration, as announced by Mr John Redmond, Member of Parliament. The decision was made during a meeting attended by Mr Redmond, where it was agreed that the volunteer corps would actively engage in the forthcoming event.

The Ashford Company, under the leadership of Mr John L. Linde and supported by various community leaders, is set to play a pivotal role in the demonstration. The corps, along with several other organisations, has pledged its commitment to ensuring the success of the event.

This development comes amidst growing anticipation within the community for a display of unity and solidarity. The involvement of the volunteer corps is expected to add a significant presence to the demonstration, reflecting the collective determination to address pressing issues and advocate for positive change.

Mr Redmond expressed his gratitude to the Ashford Company for their unwavering support and dedication to community engagement. He emphasised the importance of collabourative efforts in driving meaningful progress and commended the volunteer corps for their willingness to serve the community.

The decision to actively participate in the demonstration underscores the commitment of the volunteer corps to making a tangible difference in the community. With their expertise and dedication, the Ashford Company is poised to contribute significantly to the success of the event and amplify the voices of those advocating for change.

As preparations for the demonstration gather momentum, organisers are optimistic about the positive impact it will have on raising awareness and fostering dialogue on key issues facing the community. The active involvement of the volunteer corps reflects a collective spirit of empowerment and civic responsibility, signalling a promising step towards a brighter future for Limerick and its residents.

Freeman’s Journal – Tuesday 01 December 1914

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