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Clonakilty ready for 2016 Games Festival

THE streets and venues of Clonakilty once again become a playground for all ages between 19th and 21st February at the third Clonakilty Games Festival. The Festival begins 7pm Friday 19th in O’Donovan’s Hotel when Pirate Pete presents his Magic and Puppet Show. Pirate Pete sailed up the Lee fifteen years ago, and quickly became Cork’s favorite family entertainer. A skilled magician and a puppet master, his show both entertains

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes

Kilbree Camogie AGM A hugely positive Kilbree camogie club AGM was held on Friday night last. Deirdre O’Leary (secretary) welcomed everyone to the meeting. Everyone at the club wishes to thank outgoing chairperson, Claire Collins, for all of her hard work and dedication over the past number of years. Deirdre outlined the activities of the club for the year. Deirdre thanked all coaches, mentors and those that helped in any

West Cork estate agents win Sherry FitzGerald Franchise of the Year 2015

THE winner of the Sherry FitzGerald Franchise of the Year Award 2015 was announced at the company’s annual Countrywide Conference which was held recently in Killashee Hotel, Naas Co. Kildare recently. Fighting off stiff competition from 67 franchised offices, Sherry FitzGerald O’Neill, with branches in Clonakilty and Skibbereen emerged victorious, a reflection of their excellent standard of service, business acumen and professionalism.

Primary school pupils explore “the power of emotions” in Clon competition

FOUR West Cork primary schools took part in a creative competition recently organised by Anna Machura from the Park Cinema, The competition saw 108 pupils from St. Joseph’s Girls N.S. Clonakilty, Kilgarriffe N.S., Lisavaird N.S. and Timoleague N.S. prepare projects, stories, poems, collages, drawings, paintings on the theme of “The Power of Emotions”.

Welcome for proposed new road safety measures in Timoleague

AT the January meeting of the Cork County Council Western Committee, councillors supported a call to improve pedestrian safety near Timoleague national school. The motion, proposed by Sinn Fein Cllr Paul Hayes, called for a pedestrian crossing and traffic calming measures to be installed on the public road outside of the school.

Kilmeen GAA notes

Club victory dinner dance a great success! The club’s victory dance took place in Fernhill House Hotel on last Friday evening. A huge crowd welcomed Sean Kelly (MEP) and Paudie Palmer (MC) to the function. This proved to be a great night of celebration for the club. In 2015 the club won the following:

Clonakilty to get a new fire station

CLONAKILTY is among several towns across the country set to benefit from investment in a new fire station. The announcement is part of a new €40m programme of construction and refurbishment of 26 fire stations for the five year period 2016 – 2020. The programme will see 16 new fire station construction projects initiated between now and 2020, along with 10 fire station upgrades / refurbishments. The new Clonakilty fire

Join the West Cork Big Sing 2016!

THE West Cork BIG SING! Project gains momentum with more events for 2016. The project that promotes community well-being through singing kicks off this year with “A Little BIG SING!” event in the Bantry Christian Fellowship Hall on Saturday 13th February from 11am – 4.30pm.