MEMBERS OF the public will not be able to see the Queen next week as she travels around Ireland. All onlookers are to be banned from the streets outside all of her visit locations.
US president Barack Obama is to make a public address in Dublin during his visit to Ireland – a nd may even greet some of the crowd.
But because of concerns for her safety people will be kept well away from the Queen
Onlookers will not be accommodated at any of the locations the Queen visits in Dublin, Kildare, Cashel and Cork, – the only people to meet her will be hand-picked. The streets she visits will be sealed off to both traffic and pedestrians.