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We are a registered charity and the largest provider of funeral services in Ireland. The Trust operates five working cemeteries at Dardistown, Glasnevin, Goldenbridge, Newlands Cross and Palmerstown, and a visitor experience and historic archive at Glasnevin, Ireland’s National Cemetery.
Our services in burials, cremations and monument works, and in heritage, conservation and education, are delivered by a team of over 60 professionals united by a common purpose: to honour and care for all who rest with us, and to keep their memory and their stories alive.
Today, as in 1828, we extend a warm welcome to all.
Traditionally we have marked this watershed moment in Irish history on an annual basis within Glasnevin Cemetery through a wreath laying ceremony at the Sigerson monument and the graves of Edward Hollywood and Peadar Kearney. Unfortunately this is the second year that we have been unable to mark the anniversary with a formal ceremony due to the important restrictions to limit the spread of Covid-19. However, on an individual and personal basis we continue to reflect on and think of those interred in the cemetery associated with and impacted by those important events of Easter week 1916. We look forward to being able to acknowledge the anniversary once again in a formal manner in the future.
Our new name and brand identity is the result of a signiﬁcant branding exercise, undergone to improve our customer service and build better working relationships – creating stronger unity across our Funeral Services and our Heritage & Education Services.