The event, now in its third year has grown steadily in popularity with more than 600 people expected to take part in this year’s event.
Last year more than €11,000 was raised by the 540 walkers who took part.
The aim of the campaign is to retain the four ambulances currently based in West Cork at nighttime in Castletownbere, Skibbereen, Bantry and Clonakilty.
STAFF at the Specsavers store in Bandon (pictured) celebrated the launch of their new uniform recently.
Speaking at the launch, Specsaver’s Bandon Store Director Marie Burke said, “We are delighted to showcase our new uniform in store.
“We are continuing to improve our service tot the public and the new uniforms are another step.”
Autism West Cork are hosting a talk by Dr Noreen Cronin on issues surrounding autism and nutrition.
The talk gets underway at 8pm on Thursday, October 20th at the Quality Hotel, Clonakilty.
There will be tea and coffee after the talk and the meeting is open to everyone with an interest in autism and or nutrition.
For more information visit the Autism West Cork website.
THE children at Kilmeen National School Clonakilty were on hand to help Dr Benjamin Martin of Optimal Chiropractic, Ballincollig launch his Straighten Up campaign to promote better posture and spinal health among Irish children and adults.
The Straighten Up Ireland campaign is an on-going community service initiative of the Chiropractic Association of Ireland (CAI), and is an easy everyday programme to improve health and the way the body functions.