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Council Partners Culture Environment News
A visionary new climate action arts project responding to the ecological, cultural, industrial and historical heritage of Cork’s Glen River Park launches in the city this Friday, September 22nd. The project titled ‘Gleann a’ Phúca’ – referring to the fact the area was once known as ‘Glen of the Spooks’ – aims to celebrate, protect […]
Council Partners Environment News
Home energy usage and road transport emissions are responsible for two-thirds of Cork’s greenhouse gas emissions being generated, according to important new UCC research commissioned by Cork City Council’s Climate Action Unit. The findings confirm that upgrading our homes to be more energy efficient, and moving around the city by public transport, walking or cycling
Council Partners Culture News
An exciting new trail of contemporary sculpture trail has been announced by Cork City Council. The project, funded by Fáilte Ireland under the Urban Animation Scheme, is intended to enhance the city centre by providing an experience that is arresting, intriguing and playful whilst illuminating the city’s unique heritage. Island City, Cork’s Urban Sculpture Trail will […]