Clonakilty

Clonakilty in the September edition of The Opinion

Clonakilty Debs & Grads – photo parade

30th Anniversary of Clonakilty-Waldaschaff twinning celebrated in Bavaria

Ardfield Summer Festival – exclusive shots

In My Opinion – meet Eileen Kingston

Clonakilty Credit Union €500 student draw – gotta be in it to win it!

Beef farmers getting a ‘battering’ from all sides

Murphy O’Mahony accuses government of ‘lethagy’ in South Doc crisis

Nora Walsh was A Woman of Substance – an appreciation

Sensational Night for local children’s charity – Friday, August 30th

West Cork Tourism this Summer … generally down.

Weather, lack of UK visitors and Airbnb create major challenges

A Sustainable Taste of West Cork

Extensive range of festival events, with something for everyone

1 Millionth Visitor to West Cork Model Railway Village

GAA updates from Paudie Palmer

What’s on in West Cork – local events

Exclusive photos from social events in the area

Everyone should have an Opinion

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Sacred Heart Secondary School students Louise Harte (left) Clonakilty and Megan Mc'Donagh, Kilcoleman, Enniskeane, is pictured with school Principal Ann Marie Brosnan, after receiving their Leaving Certificates.

Sacred Heart Secondary School students Louise Harte (left) Clonakilty and Megan Mc’Donagh, Kilcoleman, Enniskeane, is pictured with school Principal Ann Marie Brosnan, after receiving their Leaving Certificates.

At the Ardfield Summer Festival Sports Night Sarah Hayes, Carbery Rangers and Cork U21 Ladies Football Team is pictured with Cork U20 All-Ireland team winners Mark Hodnett (Carbery Rangers); Maurice Shanley (Clonakilty), and Peter O'Driscoll, (Ilen Rovers).

At the Ardfield Summer Festival Sports Night Sarah Hayes, Carbery Rangers and Cork U21 Ladies Football Team is pictured with Cork U20 All-Ireland team winners Mark Hodnett (Carbery Rangers); Maurice Shanley (Clonakilty), and Peter O’Driscoll, (Ilen Rovers).

DC 08/08/2019 - REPRO FREE FREE PIC Denis Kiely, Kieran White, Ursula Manning, Robert Walsh, Caroline White and John O'Donovan from Clonakilty pictured at the start of the 19th annual Tour de Munster Charity Cycle in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland at Cork City Hall on Thursday, August 8th. Cycling legend Sean Kelly led over 100 amateur cyclists as they set off from City Hall on the four day, 600km charity cycle around the six counties of Munster, culminating on PatrickÕs Hill in Cork City on Sunday, August 11th, with proceeds going to Down Syndrome Ireland (Munster Branches), as well as a number of individual beneficiaries. For more see www.tourdemunster.com. Pic: Diane Cusack

Denis Kiely, Kieran White, Ursula Manning, Robert Walsh, Caroline White and John O’Donovan from Clonakilty pictured at the start of the 19th annual Tour de Munster Charity Cycle in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland at Cork City Hall on Thursday, August 8th.
Cycling legend Sean Kelly led over 100 amateur cyclists as they set off from City Hall on the four day, 600km charity cycle around the six counties of Munster, culminating on PatrickÕs Hill in Cork City on Sunday, August 11th, with proceeds going to Down Syndrome Ireland (Munster Branches), as well as a number of individual beneficiaries.
For more see www.tourdemunster.com.
Pic: Diane Cusack

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