ON Saturday 11th June, just like the TV Game Show, THE CUBE will be hosted at The Westlodge Hotel, Bantry. The MC for the night will be Cork native, Alan Shortt. With a prize fund of €2,000 this is a great opportunity to raise funds for local charities and clubs.
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WITH the Westlodge Hotel in Bantry set to move up a gear with its new owners planning extensive refurbishments, it has also underlined its commitment to the Fastnet Rally that takes place in the maritime town on the final weekend of October next.
BANTRY’S Westlodge Hotel has been put up for sale with a price tag of €2 million. The hotel’s conference and function facilities were upgraded in the early 2000s but is in need of some modernisation to bedrooms and other areas.
PADDY McGowan, interim Head of Service User, Family Member and Carer Engagement on the HSE National Mental Health Management Team will host a West Cork meeting, part of a national series to hear directly from people who have experience of the mental health services, their family, friends, and/or carers or anybody who has an interest in this area.
LOCAL endurance swimming legend Steve Redmond is lending his support to a sponsored Swimathon taking plaxe at Bantry’s Westlodge Hotel on Saturday and Sunday April 20th & 21stin aid of Cancer Connect. Sponsorship cards are available from the Westlodge leisure centre and from the Rural Transport Office, Main Street, Bantry.
FIANNA Fáil will host a public meeting on CAP reform in Bantry next week, where farmers will be consulted about their views in advance of crucial negotiations on the policy. The meeting will take place next Tuesday, January 29th at the Westlodge Hotel in Bantry at 8pm.
THE Westlodge Hotel, Bantry will hold a wedding fair on Sunday, February 3rd next to be hosted by top TV celebrity, Dáithí Ó Sé. The event will feature two fashion shows produced by top agency Upfront Model Management showcasing the latest in designer bridal fashion, plus the up-to-the-minute styles for mother of the bride and guests.
THE first heat of the West Cork Talent Competition took place on Friday night last at the Westlodge Hotel, Bantry. It was a tremendously successful night which was enjoyed by all ages.
THE Westlodge Hotel has a new hand at the helm with lots of plans for this West Cork landmark. New manager, John Paul Carroll, has come to Bantry with a new vision for the hotel and with many years of experience in the hospitality trade, he is looking forward to getting to know the customers, old and new, at the Westlodge.
THE launch will take place of the 2012 West Cork Talent contest at the Westlodge Hotel, Bantry on Friday next, September 28th at 7pm. This is an exciting new competition open to entertainers of all ages including Bands, soloists, comedians, dancers, choirs and storytellers.
THE launch of the Westlodge Hotel Fastnet Rally took place on Friday evening last at the Westlodge Hotel in Bantry in front of a large attendance. The event, organised by the Skibbereen and District Car Club, will take place on the October Bank Holiday weekend.
CORK County Council and An Taisce’s Clean Coasts Programme held a Coastcare Seminar for coastal groups in West Cork at the Westlodge Hotel in Bantry recently. Presentations were given by Irish Water Safety, An Táisce, Cork County Council, West Cork Development Partnership, Glengarriff Tidy Beaches Action Group, Schull Tidy Towns, Seven Heads Walking Group, and Glengarriff Theatre Youth Group. Attendees also included representatives from Dunbeacon Action Group, Lehanmore Community Co-op,
THERE was a great turnout for the first CoAction Valentines Extravaganza in the Westlodge Hotel, Bantry on Thursday night. Local businesses set up stands displaying their goods and services available to give to that “special someone: on Valentine’s Day. The night commenced with songs by local singing group Melody Matters led by Mary Egan and Ann Heap, followed by the main event, a fashion show compered by Ann Creedon and
MORE than 700 people braved the wind and rain to make their point to Taoiseach Enda Kenny in Bantry last night. The Taoiseach was attending a retirement party for former West Cork TDs Jim O’Keeffe and PJ Sheehan at the Westlodge Hotel. Security barriers were erected to keep the crowds of protesters back from the hotel entrance.
A MASSIVE protest planned for Bantry on Friday night could spoil the fun at a retirement party planned for two of West Cork’s longest serving TDs. Former Fine Gael TDs Paddy Sheehan and Jim O’Keeffe have been planning the festivities at Bantry’s Westlodge Hotel for months and the icing on the cake for the two former deputies was the promised appearance of Party Leader and Taoiseach Enda Kenny.