Bantry

Bantry in the June edition of The Opinion

 

Rugby Ace Josh Wycherley – Argentina bound

€700,000 for new CT scanner at Bantry General Hospital

Bantry hosts pilot scheme to boost small businesses in West Cork

Coffee Morning in aid of Bantry Hospice and My Canine Companion – great pics

Bantry Walking Festival, Kupala Festival, West Cork Chamber Music Festival, West Cork Literary Festival – details

New Wild Atlantic Discovery Point for Bantry

Water Works in Bantry

Darkness Into Light Swim

Pocket size guide to West Cork’s historic towns

Buy a 192 Reg Car – through The Opinion Motoring Feature

Cruise ship ‘Serenissima’ in Bantry Bay

Local and European Elections 2019

Exclusive photos from social events in the area

Everyone should have an Opinion

Repro Free Provision 290419 Pointing Bantry in the Right Direction: Pictured at the launch of a special pilot scheme by Cork County Council for Bantry businesses were Sharon Corcoran Director of Economic Development & Tourism at Cork County Council, Kevin Curran, Head of Enterprise,and Deirdre O'Mahony, Senior Business Development Officer, Local Enterprise Office Cork North and West. The Retail Support Programme aims to help local businesses thrive in the face of present and future challenges and involves a business breakfast and networking event on May 15th for Bantry retailers. Pic Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision Council Pilot Scheme Aims to Get Bantry Competing on World Retail Stage Cork County Council launched a pilot Retail Support Programme in a bid to help local businesses thrive in the face of present and future challenges. Bantry Town has been chosen to pilot the scheme which is being driven by Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr, Patrick Gerard Murphy. The programme, which involves a business breakfast and networking event on May 15th for Bantry retailers, will highlight the learnings of a number of experienced guest speakers in Retail, Food and Tourism to discuss the challenges facing the Retail sector and how to overcome them.


Pointing Bantry in the Right Direction:
Pictured at the launch of a special pilot scheme by Cork County Council for Bantry businesses were Sharon Corcoran Director of Economic Development & Tourism at Cork County Council, Kevin Curran, Head of Enterprise,and Deirdre O’Mahony, Senior Business Development Officer, Local Enterprise Office Cork North and West. The Retail Support Programme aims to help local businesses thrive in the face of present and future challenges and involves a business breakfast and networking event on May 15th for Bantry retailers.
Pic Michael Mac Sweeney

NEWS 21/4/2019 Pictured at the annual vintage run at Drimoleague Co Cork was Amy Whooley from Drinagh and Danielle Burke from Bantry. Picture Denis Boyle

 Pictured at the annual vintage run at Drimoleague Co Cork was Amy Whooley from Drinagh and Danielle Burke from Bantry. Picture Denis Boyle

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 30th Apr, 2019. A coffee morning in aid of Bantry Hospice and My Canine Companion charities was held at Bantry Garda Station this morning. At the event were paramedics Tony O'Brien, Mick Lynch and Jonathan Tyner, all based at Bantry Ambulance Station. Picture: Andy Gibson.

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 30th Apr, 2019. A coffee morning in aid of Bantry Hospice and My Canine Companion charities was held at Bantry Garda Station this morning. At the event were paramedics Tony O’Brien, Mick Lynch and Jonathan Tyner, all based at Bantry Ambulance Station. Picture: Andy Gibson.

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 11th May, 2019. As an alternative to the annual Darkness Into Light walk, which raises money for Pieta House, the suicide charity, a group of Bantry friends went swimming instead. Starting at 05.30 this morning, around 25 people went for a dip in the cold waters of Bantry Bay against the backdrop of a rising sun. Picture: Andy Gibson.

Bantry, West Cork, Ireland. 11th May, 2019. As an alternative to the annual Darkness Into Light walk, which raises money for Pieta House, the suicide charity, a group of Bantry friends went swimming instead. Starting at 05.30 this morning, around 25 people went for a dip in the cold waters of Bantry Bay against the backdrop of a rising sun. Picture: Andy Gibson.

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