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Home Help hours failing to keep up with targets and demand in West Cork

Elderly, and people with disabilities, suffering because of government funding delays   Fianna Fáil TD for Cork South West, Margaret Murphy O’Mahony has called on Minister for Health Simon Harris to ensure that the HSE in West Cork gets the funding needed to ensure older people, and people with disabilities, have access to home help hours. According to a recent Parliamentary Reply, there is a 1048 hour gap, as of

Vote for Freya the Clon Dog in the Nose of Tralee

Sarah Clifford, originally from Dublin is a young lady now living in Clonakilty.  She became disabled just over a year ago as a result of a freak accident in her home. She has entered her dog Freya in an All Ireland online competition, and the dog is now representing Cork in it. You can vote for the pooch by clicking here……. https://www.wishpond.com/lp/1756154/entries/124510490 The competition runs until midnight next Monday 22nd

Exciting local events announced for Culture Night in West Cork

Culture Night, the annual all-island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts, takes place this year on Friday, 16th September. On Culture Night, arts and cultural organisations, and venues of all types and sizes, extend their opening hours to allow increased access. Events are specifically programmed at participating locations and everything is available Free of Charge.  

West Cork planning news

A new caravan park in Eyeries and the divison of the Toymaster store in Bandon into three units are among this week’s applications. Planning news File Reference 16/00418 Applicant: Patrick Hill Development Address: Dromilihy, Leap, Co Cork Development Description  Construction of a single dormer type dwelling house with a sunroom to the side and all associated site development works including installation of a septic tank and percolation area Application Type:

Zorro coming to West Cork this August!

Join Off the Ground in West Cork this summer as they transport you to New Mexico in 1821 with their swashbuckling presentation of ‘Zorro’. On the brink of Mexican Independence, the Viceroy of New Spain, aided by the evil Ramón family, has turned New Mexico into a tyrannical, poverty-stricken wasteland for the townspeople.

Outdoor theatre returns to West Cork with Zorro

The Viceroy of New Spain, aided by the evil Ramón family, has turned New Spain into a tyrannical, poverty-stricken wasteland for the townspeople. Their legendary hero, Zorro, is their only hope of relief and resolution. As the rebel group The Alliance attempt to fight back, Zorro must be smarter than he has ever been to stop the Ramóns from turning his beloved people against him. Can he change his ways