Durrow Fire and Rescue Personnel unveil new Plaque at the Fire Station
DURROW FIRE AND RESCUE UNVEIL NEW PLAQUE: On Sunday September 1st last there was an unveiling of the Durrow Fire and Rescue Personnel Plaque at the Fire Station. The Plaque displays the names of all thirty eight men who served in Durrow Fire Service since 1942. The plaque was unveiled by Bobby Hovendon the longest living crew member. The Plaque was designed in the shape of the County of Laois and was cut to perfection by Sean O’Brien and Stephen Thomas and all names were displayed on it. Many thanks’ to Sean and Stephen for their great work. Station Officer David Donohue welcomed the large attendance and paid tribute to the thirty eight fire men who served Durrow and district with great commitment. He also remembered all sixteen members who are deceased. The day concluded with light refreshments.