September 28th – October 2nd marks International Positive Ageing Week and this year the United Nations has decided that the theme of the International Day of Older People on October 1st, is to focus on the impact of pandemics on how we address age and ageing.
Notice To Householders Owners And Occupiers Of Land Roads Act 1993 – Roadside Ditches and Hedges (Bilingual)
Roads Act 1993 – Roadside Ditches And Hedges
Take notice that under the terms of the Roads Act 1993, landowners and occupiers of land are obliged to take all reasonable care to ensure that the trees, ditches, hedges and other vegetation growing on their land are not or could not become a danger to people using or working on a public road or public footpath.
Liability for damage or injury resulting from such hazards rests with the landowner/occupier.
There is a new temporary art exhibition space in the pipeline for Carrigaline and Cork County Council is inviting expressions of interest from visual artists in the County who are interested in exhibiting their work.
The CLÁR Scheme 2020 has been launched by the Department of Rural and Community Development. This scheme makes provision for small scale infrastructural projects in rural areas. It promotes sustainable development and it aims to attract people to live and work in the areas it covers. For more information please see the following link: CLÁR (Ceantair Laga Árd-Riachtanais) Scheme 2020
Cork County Council accepting Expressions of Interest for Town and Village Renewal Scheme 2020 (Bilingual)
Cork County Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from community, business and development groups countywide for the Town and Village Renewal Scheme. Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring announced that €15 million of funding would be available through this scheme intended to support rural towns and villages to help with the economic and social recovery from Covid 19.
Cork County Council has extended the deadline for applications to its Age Friendly County Programme, which provides support to groups for the development of a network of Age Friendly towns across the county. The current fund cycle from 2020 - 2021 will provide financial assistance to communities interested in developing Age Friendly initiatives in their town.
Each year, as part of their St. Patrick’s Day Parade celebrations in the City of Brussels, The Irish in Europe Association gives special attention to the promotion of a town, city or county in Ireland. Cork County Council is delighted to be involved for 2020, as the town of Fermoy is chosen to be this year’s partner town.
Due to orange wind warning Dursey cable car will be closed tomorrow as forecasted wind speeds & gusts will exceed the recommended safe operating conditions for the cableway. Please note situation will be monitored before decision is made to re-open cable car #StormCiara
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