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LETTERS TO COBH EDITION – Belvelly without drinking water since 16th August

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LETTERS TO COBH EDITION – Belvelly without drinking water since 16th August

Dear Belvelly neighbours, I’m sure that we have all had quite enough of the inconvenience of the lack of drinking water. Resolution of this situation doesn’t seem to be terribly highly prioritised. We are grateful to the people who have been looking into it for us all but perhaps it’s time we got together and […]

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CALLING ALL BAKERS FOR THE FIRST “GREAT CORK BAKE OFF” – as part of the Chocolate and Baking Weekend

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CALLING ALL BAKERS FOR THE FIRST “GREAT CORK BAKE OFF” – as part of the Chocolate and Baking Weekend

Bakers from around Ireland are invited to take part in the first ever “Great Cork Bake Off” as part of the Chocolate and Baking Weekend which takes place this November in Cork. Paul Kelly, Executive Pastry Chef from The Merrion Hotel and judge on The Great Irish Bake Off will judge “The Great Cork Bake […]

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Cobh GAA Street Leagues 2018.

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Cobh GAA Street Leagues 2018.

What can we say? It was EPIC!! Thanks to everyone who made this year’s Street Leagues one of the best ever. Well done to all the boys and girls who showed great spirit, sportsmanship and skill and big thanks to all our coaches, organisers and supporters who took the time to come out on Friday […]

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Cobh Tourism invites members of the public to join in marking the centenary of the World War I Armistice

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Cobh Tourism invites members of the public to join in marking the centenary of the World War I Armistice

Cobh Tourism invites members of the public to join in marking the centenary of the World War I Armistice with two special ceremonies culminating with the unveiling of a commemorative brass plaque in the town on November 11th 2018. The largest bell of St. Colman’s Cathedral in Cobh will solemnly toll eleven times on the […]

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Haulbowline Theatre Group – A Night of Remembrance

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Haulbowline Theatre Group – A Night of Remembrance

Commemorating the End of World War I Christchurch, Rushbrooke – Sunday 11th November at 8pm On Remembrance Day, Sunday 11th of November at 8pm, join Haulbowline Theatre Group and the East Cork Coral Society at Christchurch, Rushbrooke for a night of music, readings, poetry and drama. The event will commemorate the 100th year anniversary of […]

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Scurry to the Autumn Squirrel Trail at Fota House & Gardens

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Scurry to the Autumn Squirrel Trail at Fota House & Gardens

Celebrate the dazzling autumn colours at Fota House and join us our Squirrel Trail for all the family this October Bank Holiday weekend: Sat 27th to Mon 29th, 10am -3.40pm. The Fota island red squirrels are busy getting ready for the winter and are carefully storing their nuts in the Gardens. Our native red squirrels […]

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€2.5 million revamp for Cork’s Iconic Metropole Hotel

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€2.5 million revamp for Cork’s Iconic Metropole Hotel

The MET, the new Bar & Restaurant with Tea Room launched as part of revamp as hotel gears up for the Cork Jazz Festival with new VIP package The MET at the Metropole Hotel Cork has launched today, which is the hotel’s new Bar, Restaurant and Tea Room. It is the latest part of the […]

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Storm Callum shows how ordinary people being left to pick up cost of climate change, says Green Party

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Storm Callum shows how ordinary people being left to pick up cost of climate change, says Green Party

The Green Party in Cork has said ordinary people are being left to pick up the cost from government inaction on climate change. The call follows a mudslide at Carrigaloe near Cobh this morning, which threatened to cut off the island, caused by Storm Callum. Speaking this morning, the party’s Cobh representative, Susan Lanigan, said: […]

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Cobh man to raise funds for Mercy Cancer Appeal in TCS Amsterdam Marathon on October 21st

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Cobh man to raise funds for Mercy Cancer Appeal in TCS Amsterdam Marathon on October 21st

On Sunday, October 21st, 36 year old strength and conditioning coach, Trevor Cummins from Cobh will run in this year’s TCS Amsterdam Marathon in tribute to his father-in-law, Phil Collins, who passed away earlier this summer, aged just 52, after a two-year battle with lymphatic cancer. Trevor’s marathon challenge will see him raise funds for […]

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Cobh Tourism rallies tourism stakeholders and community together to develop a 5-year tourism vision and strategy for the town

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Cobh Tourism rallies tourism stakeholders and community together to develop a 5-year tourism vision and strategy for the town

There’s no strength without unity Cobh Tourism hosted a Tourism Seminar this week in the Sirius Arts Centre, where key stakeholders and members of the community heard from experts in tourism and town regeneration. The event was the first step in Cobh Tourism’s plans to develop a 5-year tourism vision and strategy for the town […]

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