GET the Girls around for a fantastic night of glamour, entertainment and sumptuous dining all in aid of Action Breast Cancer at Rosscarbery’s Celtic Ross Hotel.
A TEAM of chefs from the Oak Fire Pizzeria in Skibbereen are bidding to make it in to the record books on May 26th as they attempt to make Ireland’s biggest ever pizza.
The record attempt will see the team whip up a giant 96-inch pizza using 20 kgs of fresh dough, 10 kgs of mozzarella cheese and five litres of tomato sauce.
The finished product will be cut into 30 monster slices which will be sold for €20 euro with all proceeds going to the Irish Cancer Society.
The girls, all from the Clonakilty area decided to strip off for a good cause and their efforts met with phenomenal success with the 2,000 copy print run snapped up in no time.
NEW Clonakilty group Ré Nua will be performing a special show at the Inchydoney Lodge & Spa this coming Easter Sunday, April 8th in aid of the Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day Clonakilty collection.
The group made up of Paula O’Brien, Deirdre Archbold and Karen O’Regan promise “an enchanting evening with a pinch of folk, a hint of country and a sprinkling of classical”.
DUNMANWAY’S Parkway Hotel will host a Today FM Shave or Dye fundraising event for the Irish Cancer Society on St Patrick’s Day, Saturday March 17th.
Those wishing to take part can contact the hotel on 023 884 5236 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sporting bright pink heads of hair, both underwent the transformation on Monday night to raise funds for the charity in conjunction with the Today FM’s Shave or Dye campaign, an annual charity drive to benefit the Irish Cancer Society.
TRUCK driver Donal Harrington is living proof that almost anything is possible if you put your mind to it.
The 36-year-old Castletownbere native has completed the gruelling Tour de France route after just ten months training.
SEAN Murray Fashions, Skibbereen are asking the women of Ireland to give them their old bras to help raise something other than the obvious next month.
The store which launched their campaign this week with Miss Cork Brianna Dougher and Cork Rose Kathryn Brennan will aim to cover the town in old brassieres throughout October to raise money in aid of the Irish Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.