Bandon in the July Edition of The Opinion
Bandon to benefit from huge investment
Bandon’s all-conquering rugby heroes feted at County Hall Civic Reception
‘Drunken teenagers from outside Bandon tried to hijack our Music Festival’- Don O’Sullivan
Make Your Mark on Cancer Walk aims for €300,000 target
Quacking great weekend in Bandon
Presidential welcome for Scoil Eoin students
Bandon’s Old Market Bar is back in business
Efforts being made to re-constitute Bandon Business Association
Time for Bandon to look to the future
Chef Tastes Success on Golf Course
Four Staff retirements at St. Brogan’s College
West Cork warms up for the season of festivals, fun and fantastic food – details of all the major events
Great stories from our Archives 30 years ago
Exclusive photos from social events in the area
Everyone should have an Opinion
Cllr Declan Hurley, Mayor of the County of Cork, makes the presentation to Bandon captain Josh Brady and his team-mates, at the reception hosted by him to honour the achievements of Team Ambassador UCC Glanmire Ladies’ Super League Basketball team, winners of 15 national titles and Bandon Rugby Club’s U18 team, winners of Munster Clubs U18 and All-Ireland Champions 2018, at Vertigo in County Hall. Also included are Clodagh Henehan, Cork County Council and Cllr Gillian Coughlan.
Picture: David Keane.
Olympic race walker and star of RTE’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’, Rob Heffernan joined Bandon fireman, Dave Quane to officially to launch this year’s ‘Make Your Mark on Cancer’ charity walk, which takes place on Sunday, July 15th in aid of the Mercy Hospital Foundation.
Funds raised through the 22km walk from The Viaduct to Bandon will go towards the cost of developing the Mercy Hospital Foundation’s new Cancer CARE Centre, as well as a new Psycho-Oncology service at Mercy University Hospital.
Registration is open now at www.makeyourmark.ie.
Pic Darragh Kane
Pictured at the footbridge festival at Bandon was Lorainne Buckley, Djola Henners, Ann McNamara and Safia Hennessy. Picture Denis Boyle