Clonakilty

Clonakilty in the May edition of The Opinion

Meet Donal McCarthy – In My Opinion

Cairde volunteers help Clonakilty hospital residents keep in touch

Richard Kingston retires as Manager of Lisavaird Piggeries

Peace of mind in Clonakilty as flood relief scheme reaches completion

West Cork jockey Brian Hayes riding high after successful season for himself and his partner

Clonakilty activist wins seat on Social Democrats’ top team

First vaccines administered at West Cork vaccination centre

Rachael Blackmore becomes a national treasure and Aidan comes close to Grand National glory

Clonakilty Daffodil Day Dash brings in the cash!

* 20th anniversary collection raises over €41,000 for Irish Cancer Society

Sunday April 18th – the day we collectively came out of Hibernation

 What’s on in West Cork – local events

Funding approved to tackle West Cork’s traffic problems

GAA updates from Paudie Palmer

Exclusive photos from social events in the area

Everyone should have an Opinion

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DCC Daffodil Day Cheque 1

Orla O'Donovan and head chef Peter Kosturkienwicz at 80 20burger

Orla O’Donovan and head chef Peter Kosturkienwicz at 80 20burger

FREE PIC - NO REPRO FEE - APRIL 7, 2021 Cora Hayes (left), Lead co-ordinator, West Cork Vaccination Centre and Dr. Emer Shanley, co-ordinator for Clonakilty at the Clonakilty Vaccination Centre. The West Cork Covid-19 public vaccination centre will alternate between Clonakilty GAA club and Bantry Primary Care Centre, and will be one of five vaccination centres in Cork (spread across six locations). Vaccination centres will be gradually stood up as vaccine supply into the country increases, and we expect the centre in West Cork to be in use within the next fortnight. In Cork and Kerry, vaccination centres are being established as a joint project between the South/South West Hospital Group and Cork Kerry Community Healthcare. We thank Clonakilty GAA for their support in relation to the Clonakilty centre, which will run by appointment only. The first group to be vaccinated at Clonakilty will be from Allocation Group 4, which is people at a very high risk of severe Covid-19 disease, who will be contacted directly with details of their appointment. As vaccine supply into the country increases and as the national vaccination roll-out moves through the vaccination groups identified by the government, the centre at Clonakilty GAA will be used for the vaccination of various groups. The centre has capacity for up to 9 booths at Clonakilty. The maximum capacity will depend on many factors, including vaccine supply. Mary Smithwick MPRII, Communications Manager, Cork Kerry Community Healthcare | Health Service Executive | Model Business Park | M: 353 (0)87 4006811 (Please send me an email if you can’t get me on the mobile phone)

Cora Hayes (left), Lead co-ordinator, West Cork Vaccination Centre and Dr. Emer Shanley, co-ordinator for Clonakilty at the Clonakilty Vaccination Centre.

Inchydoney, West Cork, Ireland. 1st Apr, 2021. Inchydoney Beach in West Cork was a popular spot for locals this afternoon on a day of sun and strong breezes. Enjoying a pizza at the beach were Hannah Morrissey, Aoibhín Ryan and Katie O'Driscoll, all from Clonakilty. Picture: Andy Gibson.

Inchydoney, West Cork, Ireland. 1st Apr, 2021. Inchydoney Beach in West Cork was a popular spot for locals this afternoon on a day of sun and strong breezes. Enjoying a pizza at the beach were Hannah Morrissey, Aoibhín Ryan and Katie O’Driscoll, all from Clonakilty. Picture: Andy Gibson.

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