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Dickie To Rock The GAA

Friday 11th December Dickie Rock in Concert –  Cobh GAA Hall, Tel: 021 4811416 –  www.cobhgaa.com Like Brendan Bowyer and a handful of other artists, Dickie Rock has transcended the ranks of showband vocalist to that of legend. During a twenty year stretch from 1963 through 1983 he had more hit singles in Ireland than […]

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A Busy Day Round Toppa

The people of Cobh were out in force again on Sunday and getting into the Christmas spirit of things. I first visited St.Mary’s National School and was astounded by the turnout. The place was full to the brim with bustling parents and children and the queue for Santa looked to stretch into eternity. There was […]

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Wet XMas in Cobh

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Wet XMas in Cobh

Despite what one could only describe as terrible weather conditions, a couple of hundred determined children still turned out to visit Santa at the Sirius Arts Centre ‘Christmas In Cobh’ event yesterday. At one point in the afternoon the downpour was so heavy that it looked like we were in for another day of the […]

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Cobh Author Frances Tolton’s New Book

“The Rainbow Factor – 7 Steps to Life Engagement” Setting your goals for a positive 2010   On November 26th, Castlemartyr Resort in east Cork glistened for the stylish launch of a new book by Cobh born woman Frances Tolton. The invited audience enjoyed an extra treat as acclaimed author Brian Mayne (Goal Mapping – […]

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News Alert: Santa Is On The Way

Santa Claus will arrive at the Pier Head in Cobh by boat on Saturday 5th December at 12 noon and will then be transported to his Grotto at the Sirius Arts Centre where children can visit him and get a parcel for just €5. Photos taken with him and printed on the spot will be available for €5 […]

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New Town Bus Service at Last

The people of Cobh have campaigned hard for a new town bus service over the last number of years. It was a petition of over 1,400 Cobh people submitted by The Cobh Town Council to The Department of Transport that finally led to a licence being granted to Butlers Buses which allows them to run […]

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Cobh joins in plans for Titanic centenary

AN Irish town is to play a major role in the 100th anniversary commemorations of the sinking of the Titanic. Titanic left Belfast‘s renowned shipyard in 1912 hailed as the new wonder of the world. It was the largest and most luxurious ship at that time, and Cobh in Co Cork was the liner’s last […]

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Get down to business in Cobh

Address: 9 Westbourne Place, Cobh, Co. Cork Type: Business/office units Note: window display frontage Contact: Healy Crowley and Company, 9 O’Rahilly Row, Fermoy, Co. Cork Price: Negotiable lease. Ground floor €13,500 per annum; first floor €13,000 per annum; second floor €8,500 per annum. Cobh is one of the jewels of Cork. The town sits by […]

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Memorandum of Understanding

April 2012 sees the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic. With this in mind, Southampton City Council commenced a process in 2005 of working together with all of the towns and cities, including Cobh, which are linked to this tragedy. Following initial discussions between officials and members of the Councils in Southampton, Cobh, Liverpool, […]

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