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Cork County Council Grants Creative Wishes for Cruinniú na nÓg 2024.
Community
28 May 2024

Guíonn Comhairle Contae Chorcaí gach Mian Chruthaitheach ar Chruinniú na nÓg 2024

Tá clár Chruinniú na nÓg 2024 fógartha ag Leabharlann agus Seirbhís Ealaíon Chomhairle Contae Chorcaí, ina bhfuil sé beartaithe os cionn 30 imeacht cruthaitheach a reáchtáil ar fud an chontae ar an Satharn, an 15 Meitheamh. Tá clár na bliana seo uathúil mar gheall gurb iad leanaí Chorcaí féin agus iadsan is mó beagnach a chuir an clár i dtoll a chéile. 

Cork County Council Grants Creative Wishes for Cruinniú na nÓg 2024.
Community
28 May 2024

Cork County Council Grants Creative Wishes for Cruinniú na nÓg 2024

Cork County Council’s Library and Arts Service has announced the 2024 Cruinniú na nÓg programme, with over 30 creative events planned across the county on Saturday the 15th of June. This year’s programme is unique in that it was almost entirely programmed by the children of Cork themselves.

Cllr. Danny Collins accompanied by approximately 25 people as he cuts the ribbon at Blue Pool Trails, Glengarriff.
Municipal Districts Operations & Rural Development
24 May 2024

Launch of the Newly Refurbished Blue Pool Trails Glengarriff and Opening of Bantry Peace Park

Cork County Council has officially opened two new exciting recreational developments in West Cork. Bantry Peace Park is now home to a new inclusive playground suitable for all ages. The Blue Pool Trails Glengarriff underwent extensive improvement works including accessible paths and new seating and viewing areas.   

 Mallow Castle Community Development Committee.
Community
24 May 2024

Five County Cork Communities Nominated for Pride of Place Awards

Cork County Council has confirmed that five community groups will represent County Cork at the 2024 IPB Pride of Place Awards, in association with Co-operation Ireland. Now in its 22nd consecutive year, the competition acknowledges the work undertaken every day by communities all over the island of Ireland.