Pictured at the West Cork Hotel on Friday the 11th october 2013 Yvonne McNamara from Essential Beauty & Michael Hanley (CEO West Cork Enterprise Board) were on hand to launch the Retail networking event the WCEB will be hosting on October 22nd.
CLONAKILTY’S first ever literary week took place in June, culminating in a successful evening of the spoken word at which local writers presented their work to audiences of fellow-writers and literary enthusiasts.
In response to the interest that was shown, another evening has been planned for Tuesday October 1st in De Barra’s, Clonakilty.
WE might not be able to bring you sunny skies all summer long, but then that is part of what it means to be Irish, a good reason to chat to a stranger, or complain to a friend-the weather. RSVP invites audiences to buy into the world we have created, and we promise you the sunny disposition of our actors will keep you so entertained that you will be delighted; come hail or come shine.
€15 for two hours in the realm of Irish HeARTS this Kinsale Regatta Weekend; become part of it all, whether you are Irish born, of Irish descent or have made Ireland your home for now, or ever, you are invited to join us, laugh with us, cry with us, sing with us, dance with us.
TO coincide with the Bealtaine Festival for Older People, West Cork Citizens Information Service will hold an information event in Bandon on Friday, May 10th; the event will run from 2-4pm and the will take place in the Munster Arms Hotel.
There will be a number of speakers at the event. [Read more...]
But Fiona Keohane, a registered dietitian, says that we can all make simple changes to our diets that will have positive and lasting effects on our health and fitness.
THERE are many Gaelgóirí i gCloch na gCoillte, and many more people who may not be fluent, but would love the opportunity to use the “cúpla focail” they have every now and again.
However, in many instances these people don’t know each other, and probably pass each other on the street every day not knowing they could exchange a simple “Dia dhuit” or “Conas atá tú?” as they go about their daily business.
CORK South West TD Noel Harrington has urged West Cork people to attend a free Bowell Cancer information session being held by the HSE South at Cork University Hospital (CUH) from 2pm to 4pm on Saturday, April 28th next in the main lecture theatre at CUH.
Deputy Harrington said, “Bowel cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in both men and women in Ireland, a fact that is not widely known”.
THIS coming Saturday March 10th sees a host of musicians coming together in support of the families of the five men lost when the fishing trawler Tit Bonhomme sank in heavy seas at the entrance to Glandore Harbour on the morning of Sunday, January 15th.