The funerals of the four victims of the Clondalkin apartment fire will be held on Monday morning.
27 year old Anne Marie O'Brien, who was seven months pregnant, died when a blaze ripped through Clunain Cronan; a step down facility used by domestic violence charity Sonas.
She was seven months pregnant. Her two year old daughter Paris was also killed in the fire; along with their cousins three year old Holly and four year old Jordan.
Their mum Brigid O'Brien is still in a critical condition in hospital.
Anne Marie was originally from Fassaroe, and members of the Bray Traveller Community Development Group have spoken of their heartbreak following the tragedy.
Pavee Point has announced the details of their funerals.
"The wake will take place on Sunday from 2pm, with prayers at 3pm, in Collier's Funeral Home, Old Connaught Avenue, Bray, Co Wicklow.
The funeral mass will take place at 10am on Monday morning in St Anne's Church, Shanganagh Road, Shankill, followed by the burials in Springfield Cemetery, Bray."