This camp has always been a succesfull fun filled activity week for all who partake in the sessions during the week.
THE Minister for the Marine, Simon Coveney TD has hailed as a “major breakthrough” a new mandate from EU Fisheries Ministers to enter final negotiations with the European Parliament on a reformed Common Fisheries Policy.
The Sea Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Bill proposes:
THE refurbishment of Castledonovan Castle near Drimoleague is due for completion this summer, the OPW have confirmed.
It is hoped that the castle will be open to members of the public in early June or July.
Finance for the refurbishment was officially sanctioned by former minister Síle De Valera in 1991.
The Sinn Fein Ard Fheis which was held in The Royal Theatre, Castlebar could only be described non other than a slick, tightly run Ard Fheis.
Very well stage managed, extremely upbeat and very attractive with all the glossy stage craft of today’s Party Conferences.
This year’s cycle takes place on Saturday, July 13th and will begin as usual at Skibbereen Fire Station and will then head towards Bantry for its first official stop.
On leaving Bantry cyclists will travel to Durrus and enjoy the breathtaking views of Dunmanus Bay before heading up over Mount Gabriel and on to Schull for the second stop.
St Colums U14 ladies football team had their third game of the season last Saturday [20th April] away to Glen Na Gael.
Despite a valiant effort by our ladies team they were out played by a very strong Gen Na Gael side.
CORK ARC Cancer Support House are appealing for people in the West Cork towns of Kinsale, Skibbereen, Bantry & Macroom to support the cancer support charity at their annual Flag Day on Friday, April 19th and in Bandon on April 17th.
A large group of dedicated volunteers will be giving their time freely to allow Cork ARC to raise not only funds from these areas but increase awareness about the services it provides, as it celebrates its tenth year of free cancer support services in 2013.
A FUN awareness raising walk will take place on the Sheep’s Head on Sunday, April 28th next in conjunction with West Cork Mental Health Services, HSE south and Cork Mental Health Foundation with the support of Skibbereen Walking Group.