The republican hunger-striker Bobby Sands who died forty years ago this week has been remembered in a ceremony by Breton nationalists at the ‘Jardin Bobby Sands’ (memorial garden) in Plougastel-Daoulas.
Report here from the Breton newspaper ‘Le Telegramme’:
Sands is remembered elsewhere in Breizh – a street is named after him in Naoned (Nantes).
“I may die, but the Republic of 1916 will never die. Onward to the Republic and liberation of our people.” (Bobby Sands)
Assistant General Secretary Celtic League (7th May 2021)