Skibbereen in the July edition of The Opinion
Flying start to the season for Skibbereen jockey Adam Farragher
Meet John Field – In My Opinion
Ordination of Bishop-Elect Fr Fintan Gavin – open invitation to attend Mass in Skibbereen
Student art exhibition in Skibbereen
New County Mayor Cllr Christopher O’Sullivan will bring his enthusiasm for wildlife and environmental issues to good use in Cork County
Weather not fit for the Beach – Why not visit one of West Cork’s magnificent attractions
Carbery Show – Thursday 18th July
Skibbereen Arts Festival – Friday 26th July to Sunday 4th August
Food Trucks – on a roll in West Cork – by Kate Ryan, Flavour.ie
Exclusive photos from social events in the area
Everyone should have an Opinion
Pictured at the agricultural show at Clonakilty Co Cork was Simran Mishra and Niamh Connolly from Skibbereen. Picture Denis Boyle
At Clonakilty Show is Gemma Salter, Skibbereen showing her Dads short-horn female calf.
At the launch of the inaugural Marymount West Cork lunch which will take place on September 21 at the West Cork Hotel in Skibbereen. All the proceeds raised on the day will go directly to Marymount University Hospital and Hospice.
Present at the launch were Lucy Tuthill, Mary Morrish (Marymount), Noreen Smiddy (Marymount), Miriam Dennehy and Clodagh McCarthy, Organising Committee.
Tickets for the Marymount West Cork Lunch cost €55.00 and can be purchased directly from the Fundraising department in Marymount (email@example.com / 021 4501201)
Schull, West Cork, Ireland. 22nd May, 2019. Today marked the start of the 11th annual Fastnet Film Festival, which is held in Schull every year. The festival is unique in that Schull has no cinema – films are shown in pubs, a hotel, a community centre and even someone’s bedroom on Long Island! At the launch party were Annette Roberts, Atlantic School of English Schull; Miranda Daly, Skibbereen; Siobhan O’Callaghan and Tony O’Callaghan, Actor. The festival runs until Sunday. Picture: Andy Gibson.