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Business Council Partners News
Cork County Council’s Local Enterprise Offices have announced the ‘All in a Day’s Work’ campaign aimed at helping small businesses to save, time, money and energy. The campaign was formally launched by Neale Richmond TD, Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail and combines three business support programmes, including Lean for Business, Green for […]
Council Partners Culture News
Ballydehob’s music venue Levis’s and the Duncairn Arts Centre in Belfast are set to collaborate with their artistic and wider communities to establish a cross border artist’s network titled ‘The Ties that Bind’. Co-ordinated by Cork County Council in conjunction with Belfast City Council, ‘The Ties that Bind’ is part of the Creative Communities on […]
Council Partners Culture News
Cork County came alive with the vibrant colours of culture and creativity in celebration of this year’s Culture Night on Friday 22nd September. Arts organisations, community groups and enthusiastic members of the public came together to enjoy a staggering 251 inclusive and diverse cultural events throughout the county. From community centres to libraries, museums and
Council Partners News
This autumn, Cork County Council proudly presents an enchanting concert series that will light up the hearts of residents in healthcare settings across the county. Under the banner of the “Creativity in Older Age” scheme, generously supported by Creative Ireland, these musical performances will spread warmth and joy across nine different healthcare locations in
Council Partners History News
The Mayor of County Cork, Cllr. Frank O’Flynn has launched a new archaeological guide map offering an introduction to the archaeology of East and North Cork. The comprehensive guide showcases thousands of years of human activity, offering a remarkable insight into the region’s rich and diverse archaeology. Entitled ‘101 Archaeological Sites to Visit in North […]
Council Partners Environment News
Cork County Council has recognised the ongoing work of community and voluntary groups in villages across the county in the fight against litter. As part of the Council’s Anti-Litter Challenge 2023, twenty-one villages have been presented with certificates for their remarkable success in managing litter in their localities.  The Council’s Anti-Litter Challenge made a
Council Partners Environment News
Uisce Éireann, working in partnership with Cork County Council, has completed upgrades to the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) and sewer network in Mallow which represents a €34m investment in wastewater infrastructure. The investment will support social and economic growth in Mallow – enabling the local community to thrive while protecting the River Blackwater. Speaking
Council Partners News Tourism
Cork County Council has announced the successful completion of new European-style permanent outdoor dining facilities in Bantry town centre. The facilities, funded by Fáilte Ireland under the ‘Local Authority Weatherproofing and Outdoor Dining Infrastructure’ scheme, will greatly enhance the dining experience for residents and visitors alike. Located at the Quays in
Council Partners Education News
Cork County Council’s Library and Arts Service is inviting all children due to start school this September to visit their local library and collect their free ‘Little Library Book Bag’. The My Little Library initiative, funded through Dormant Accounts Funding, offers a free book bag with storybooks for children and supportive information for parents for […]
Council Partners News
The Cork Summer Show will take place on the 17th and 18th of June 2023, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Cork Show Grounds, Curraheen Road, Cork. As the evenings grow longer, there’s a sense of summer in the air and a great Munster tradition is getting ready to launch! The Cork Summer Show 2023 […]