Bantry

Bantry in the November edition of The Opinion

 

Tim Lucey, CEO Cork County Council – The challenges & plans for Clonakilty, Skibbereen and Bantry

Strictly Bantry 2020

€1.4m investment for local seafood processing companies

Nominations open for West Cork Garda Youth Awards

Bantry joins Bandon and Kinsale in the Age Friendly Network

BANTRY Blues minor football team – far from blue!

West Cork schools to benefit from artist-in-residence scheme

Annual Cancer Fundraiser Bantry

Drugs bust in Bantry

What’s on in West Cork – local events

GAA updates from Paudie Palmer

Exclusive photos from social events in the area

Everyone should have an Opinion

Strictly launch-11

Launching the Bantry Age Friendly town Programme 2020/2021, Deirdre Fitzgerald and Winnie O'Sullivan, Bantry age Friendly Town Committee, Cllr Danny Collins, and Noelle Desmond and Mary Creedon, Cork County Council. Pic Tony McElhinney

Launching the Bantry Age Friendly town Programme 2020/2021, Deirdre Fitzgerald and Winnie O’Sullivan, Bantry age Friendly Town Committee, Cllr Danny Collins, and Noelle Desmond and Mary Creedon, Cork County Council. Pic Tony McElhinney

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 5th Oct, 2020. A Fire Brigade Incident Control vehicle uses the Whiddy Island ferry to travel to the island for a fire fighting exercise at the oil terminal. The Whiddy Island oil terminal was the scene of the famous 'Betelgeuse' disaster on 8th January, 1979. The oil tanker 'Betelgeuse' exploded at the offshore jetty whilst offloading her load of crude oil, claiming the lives of 50 people. Today's exercise will last most of the day. Picture: Andy Gibson

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 5th Oct, 2020. A Fire Brigade Incident Control vehicle uses the Whiddy Island ferry to travel to the island for a fire fighting exercise at the oil terminal. The Whiddy Island oil terminal was the scene of the famous ‘Betelgeuse’ disaster on 8th January, 1979. The oil tanker ‘Betelgeuse’ exploded at the offshore jetty whilst offloading her load of crude oil, claiming the lives of 50 people. Today’s exercise will last most of the day. Picture: Andy Gibson

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