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Best community project award for Clonakilty Bike Scheme

THE Clonakilty Community Bike Scheme launched last June was awarded the “Overall Best Community Project” at the annual Sustainable Energy Association of Ireland (SEAI) awards in Dublin last week. Tom O’ Donovan of O’ Donovan’s Hotel and Michael O’ Neill of Fernhill House Hotel accepted the award on behalf of the Bike Scheme in the presence of Brian McSwiney of Sustainable Clonakilty, who nominated the Bike Scheme for the award. Sustainable Clonakilty was a partner organisation in helping to set up

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Castletownbere Christmas Newsletter 2015

THE Castletownbere Development Assoc (CDA) will launch the 2015 Castletownbere Christmas Newsletter & Calendar on Sat 28th Nov @ 8:30pm in Twomey’s Ivy Bar. I know your next issue is not out until the 1st December so perhaps you could give this a mention on your website or Facebook page. The CDA wishes to acknowledge and thank Sandra O’Shea, Dorothy Brophy and Michael Downey who, each year, put in a colossal effort to produce the Castletownbere parish Christmas Newsletter. 

The Jig - Entertainment & Arts

Once upon a time in Macroom…….

THE Briery Gap are delighted to announce Christmas Pantomime 2015 “The Sleeping Beauty” from Saturday, December 12th. This is the first time this well-loved fairy-tale has been staged at Briery Gap and celebrates their 16th Panto Production with a cast and chorus of over 120 talented adults and children.

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Christmas takes off at Cork Airport with the Cork Schools Business Runway Trade Fair

CHRISTMAS shoppers had the opportunity to purchase something a little different, when schools in the South Cork region showcased their mini-companies at the Cork Schools Business Runway trade fair which took place at Cork Airport last Thursday as part of the Schools Enterprise Awards. McEgan College in Macroom, Carrigaline Community College, Colaiste Muire in Crosshaven and Colaiste Choilm in Ballincollig were amongst the schools taking part with over five hundred Cork students participated in the event, comprising 130 mini-company groups showcasing their products