Clonakilty

Clonakilty in the January edition of The Opinion

Clonakilty new bus launch at Wheelchair Centre

Clonakilty loses a business link to the past with the death of Des Leader

Bandon and Clonakilty Works Cease for Christmas – Kent Street reopens

Cork goalie Martina O’Brien gears up for the new season

Meet Orla O’Donovan –In My Opinion

Dunmore Golf Club to host unique Historical Social Evening

School musicals entertain young and old

Angel Sebury followed her dream and is the only female apprentice fabricator in Ireland

Green agenda for West Cork school renovations

West Cork Garda Black Tie Ball at Fernhill House Hotel

Reenascreena Tractor Run

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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At the Irish Wheelchair Association resource centre in Clonakilty for the launch of their new 192 accessible bus and the showcase of their Spoken Word Project 'ThisAbility', Spoken Word Facilitator Cormac Lally worked together with transition year students, service users and staff from IWA resource centre to produce a profound piece of poetry that received huge appraise from all who attend the event. He is pictured here with Sacred Heart Secondary School, transition year students, from left, Róisín O'Regan, Caitlin Kelly, Zoe Fitzpatrick, Dasha Davydova, Princess Iyalla and Claire Murphy.

At the Irish Wheelchair Association resource centre in Clonakilty for the launch of their new 192 accessible bus and the showcase of their Spoken Word Project ‘ThisAbility’, Spoken Word Facilitator Cormac Lally worked together with transition year students, service users and staff from IWA resource centre to produce a profound piece of poetry that received huge appraise from all who attend the event. He is pictured here with Sacred Heart Secondary School, transition year students, from left, Róisín O’Regan, Caitlin Kelly, Zoe Fitzpatrick, Dasha Davydova, Princess Iyalla and Claire Murphy.

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DKANE 04/12/2019 REPRO FREE Joint winners of Best Honours Degree students in Biomedical Engineering Eimear O’Regan and Eveleen Clancy from Clonakilty at the CIT Faculty of Engineering & Science Awards. Pic Darragh Kane

Joint winners of Best Honours Degree students in Biomedical Engineering Eimear O’Regan and Eveleen Clancy from Clonakilty at the CIT Faculty of Engineering & Science Awards.
Pic Darragh Kane

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