Bantry

Bantry in the March edition of The Opinion

 

TV presenter Mary Kennedy joins The Opinion team

Bantry vaccine centre for West Cork

Bantry flooded yet again

Noreen Cronin is popular choice at Bantry Credit Union

Covid restrictions have a huge impact on West Cork festivities in March

Dog poo problems

Is the traditional-style funeral a thing of the past?

 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

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 13th Feb, 2021. Bantry town square flooded again this morning, due to high astronomical spring tides. Three units of Bantry Fire Brigade assisted Cork County Council workers to pump the flood waters away from properties, although a small number of premises were affected by flood water. Picture: Andy Gibson.

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 13th Feb, 2021. Bantry town square flooded again this morning, due to high astronomical spring tides. Three units of Bantry Fire Brigade assisted Cork County Council workers to pump the flood waters away from properties, although a small number of premises were affected by flood water. Picture: Andy Gibson.

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 7th Feb, 2021. The scourge of Coronavirus lockdown fly tipping continues in West Cork. A massive amount of dumped clothes was found near Bantry Business Park this morning by a local family out walking. Picture: Andy Gibson.

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 7th Feb, 2021. The scourge of Coronavirus lockdown fly tipping continues in West Cork. A massive amount of dumped clothes was found near Bantry Business Park this morning by a local family out walking. Picture: Andy Gibson.

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 5th Feb, 2021. Bantry Bay mussels, caught by the fishing boat 'Blue Harvest', stand on the Bantry Harbour quay waiting to be transported by lorry to various destinations in Ireland, UK and Europe. Picture: Andy Gibson.

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 5th Feb, 2021. Bantry Bay mussels, caught by the fishing boat ‘Blue Harvest’, stand on the Bantry Harbour quay waiting to be transported by lorry to various destinations in Ireland, UK and Europe. Picture: Andy Gibson.

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