Two Books of Condolences opened in the county
Two Books of Condolences have been opened in Wexford to pay tribute to the victims of the attacks in Paris earlier this month.
At the monthly meeting of Wexford County Council Cllr George Lawlor said he had opened a book of condolence at the Wexford People offices on Rowe Street. He said it was fitting that the book should be opened there as the first attack had been carried out at the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris. #
Cllr Barbara Ann Murphy said she also opened a Book which would be in Enniscorthy Castle saying the attacks were 'an attack on freedom'.