Fingal County Council opens books of Condolence in Swords and Blanchardstown for victims of Paris Terror attacks
Mayor of Fingal Cllr Mags Murray has confirmed that Fingal County Council will open Books of Condolence for the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack and related deaths in Paris this week. 2 books will be available for members of the public to sign at County Hall Swords and Civic Offices Grove Road Blanchardstown for one week from 10am on Monday 12th January.
Mayor Murray said this morning “We are opening the books of condolences as a mark of sympathy for the victims of the tragedies that took place in France this week and in solidarity with the many French people living in Ireland. “
The books of Condolence will be presented to the French Embassy at the end of the week.
Books of Condolence are also open at the French Embassy in Dublin and the Alliance Francaise Offices in Dublin.