Tag "West Cork"
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
A boat in Reen, Union Hall – half full or half empty? By Lar McCarthy Email your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Island Sunday 17 July, 10.00am – 4.00pm Ferries from Colla Pier at 10.30am, 12.45pm, and 3pm Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre presents Museum of Miniature: The Islands, a portable museum which is touring to the West Cork Islands. This pop-up and wondrous museum of tiny artworks that fit in the palm of your hand includes work from artists based on Irish off-shore Islands plus those on European and international
Dylan McCarthy tries his hand at fire-fighting during a recent visit to Schull Fire Station as part of his school tour from Ballydehob Community Playschool. Dylan was so exticed that he even dressed up for the occasion!
A WOMAN has died in a house fire in Myross, Union Hall. The body of the 58-year-old woman was discovered at the cottage in Myross, Union Hall when emergency services arrived on the scene. She was named locally as Delores Elward.
WEST Cork will take centre stage this week as a group of top German journalists who have a combined circulation and online readership of over 6 million will get to see for themselves what the south west has to offer. The press trip, South West Gardens, was organised by Fáilte Ireland in conjunction with Tourism Ireland and provides a great opportunity to highlight a number of Cork’s amazing gardens and
WEST Cork Independent TD Michael Collins has urged the Minister of Department of Regional Development, Rural Affairs, Arts & the Gaeltacht to fight for investment in the arts. Deputy Collins recently raised the issue of arts funding with the Minister in the Dáil.
Lough Atarriff, Reenascreena by Lar McCarthy
Fresh new look for West Cork gem FOR location alone, The Castle, Castletownshend must be among one of the most picturesque settings in all of West Cork. The stunning heritage property looks out onto the tranquil waters of Castlehaven, while boats bob in the water and on a summer’s day it really is like a slice of heaven. A local landmark for centuries, The Castle has operated as a B&B
?THE RNLI held its annual presentation of awards at the Guinness Storehouse recently where the charity presented 56 individual awards to volunteers from across the country. Six of the awardees were from West Cork RNLI stations and branches.