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Schools Around The Corner!

Schools Around The Corner!

It’s that time of year when you need to get organised for your child’s first day at school and in the Glengarriff area we are lucky to have two fine primary schools, Scoil Fhiachna in Glengarriff and the Derrycreha National School. Scoil Fhiachna, Glengarriff are now enrolling for September 2017….

The Butterfly of Killybegs

The Butterfly of Killybegs

The Glengarriff Theatre Group will be performing the Butterfly of Killybegs in Glengarriff Parochial Hall on Thursday and Friday March 30th and 31st at 8pm. This is an adult comedy and may not be suitable for under 16s. Come on out, support your local theatre and have a good laugh…

Fundraising Concert for Cancer Connect

Fundraising Concert for Cancer Connect

Shoulder to the Wheel – a Fundraising Concert for Cancer Connect will take place in Bantry House on 18th March at 8pm to raise much needed funds for Cancer Connect. Tickets priced at €20 can be obtained from O’Sullivan’s Chemist, Bantry Bookshop, The Gift Shop, Local Link all in Bantry,…

Quiz and Raffle at Bernard Harrington’s Pub

Quiz and Raffle at Bernard Harrington’s Pub

Have fun and raise some cash at this fundraising put quiz and raffle for Carolyn Murphy’s Alternative Cancer Treatment, taking place in Bernard Harrington’s Pub in Glengarriff on Saturday 21st January starting at 9pm. It’s €10 per person, max 4 people per table. General knowledge, you don’t have to be…

Glengarriff parkrun and Operation Transformation

Glengarriff parkrun and Operation Transformation

RTE’s Operation Transformation continues its association with parkrun into 2017, and the Glengarriff parkrun Ambassador, Eamonn O’Sullivan, who works in association with Operation Transformation, is a friendly face who can offer encouragement and support to members new and old throughout the process. This year, Operation Transformation are making a big…

Eddie’s parents finally get their ‘empty nest’ back

Eddie’s parents finally get their ‘empty nest’ back

EDDIE the Eagle has finally left home! The Southern Star reported in November that Eddie was refusing to let his parents become empty nesters – in their home in Glengarriff. While this year’s local crop of six young white-tailed sea eagle chicks were all busy exploring the wider world around them – Eddie,…