Date/Time: Monday 15th to 26th July 2019
Event: Traditional Irish Music Summercamp and Traditional Solo Step Dancing Workshops
Location: Bruach na Carraige, Rockchapel, Co. Cork
A wonderful summer concert, organised by the Inniscarra Historical Society, will take place in Griffins Garden Centre on Friday 26th July. The evening commences at 19:45 and will feature the High Hopes Choir and other local performers. Admission is by ticket only (€10) and for further information email
This free training programme is aimed at community group members and individuals who are interested in planning for their own town and surrounding areas. It will run throughout 2019 in your town and will allow you and your neighboring community members to discuss the future of your own area.
New for 2019, this short retail support programme is designed to give consumer facing businesses expert advice and new ideas which will facilitate sales growth within a business. Available to all consumer-facing businesses including Retailers from all sectors, Cafes, Restaurants and foodservice outlets, Hotels, Beauty salons, Hairdressers & Barbers, Opticians, Gyms and other service providers. Open to those businesses based in: Bantry, Glengarriff, Drimoleague, Durrus, and Kealkill. Limited places available on this programme.
Join us at this unique breakfast business and networking event for consumer-facing businesses including retailers from all sectors, Cafes, Restaurants and foodservice outlets, Hotels, Beauty salons, Hairdressers & Barbers, Opticians, Gyms and other service providers. Open to those businesses based in: Bantry, Glengarriff, Drimoleague, Durrus and Kealkill areas. Hear from a diverse panel of speakers and gain some invaluable knowledge for your business. Plus this is a great networking opportunity.
Choeur Azimuts is a young adult choir based in Lille in the North of France. Founded in 2013 by Madeleine Saur, its current director, the choir comprises about 30 singers.
Azimuts’s repertoire is a mix of contemporary choral music and revisited traditional music. The choir performs 2-3 times a year in the north of France and Belgium. This is their first visit to Cork
Jerusalem – Michael McGlynn
Salve Rex Gloriae – Michael McGlynn
It’s strange about stars – Sean Doherty
This year’s theme ‘Healthy Commuting Options and the Built Environment’ aims to explore how the built environment influences active travel.
Friday March 29th 10am -1pm in Council Chambers Cork City Hall
The seminar offers stakeholders a great opportunity to hear about and discuss modern sustainable and active travel developments and goals for Cork as well as learn about the Healthy Ireland Initiative, the work of SUSTRANS in Northern Ireland, the Southern Regional Assembly, EU Projects and other best practice examples here and abroad.