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27th of Jul 2021
Victor Murphy on: The Good Room presents ‘Live at O’ Mahony’s of Watergrasshill’
The Good Room recently announced a brand new series of 21 live music and comedy events set to take place outdoors in the beautiful surroundings of O’Mahony’s of Watergrasshill. Each event will be staged in O’Mahony’s beautiful open air tented courtyard, with socially distanced tables for groups of 4 and 6, from July 29th to September 10th. These shows are supported by the Live Performance Support Scheme from the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.  Only 100 lucky patrons per show will be able to attend these fully seated events featuring some of Ireland’s best musicians, comedians and singers over the course of six weeks this summer. The line up includes The Frank and Walters, Lisa Hannigan, Paul Noonan, Neil Delamare, Stephanie Rainey, John Spillane, Greenshine, Bernard Casey, Sinead Quinlan, Jerry Fish with many more gracing the stage from the August Bank Holiday weekend through to September 10th.  Events kick off over the August Bank Holiday weekend with a free show on Thursday 29th July when Cork based acoustic blues, folk and bluegrass outfit Jawbone led by guitar wizard Alan Comerford take to the stage. The following evening Friday 30th July, award winning comedian Neil Delamere will perform as part of the COCO Comedy series hosted by Cornelius The Comic. On Saturday 31st July, burlesque specialist Foxy P. Cox will present the Peacock Parlour, a varietease cabaret show with everything from burlesque, circus, drag, acrobatics and sideshow thrills. The most successful pop act to come out of Cork, The Frank and Walters will finish off the bank holiday festivities on Sunday 1st August. Tickets for all 21 shows are available to buy online at uTicket.ie and limited tickets are available from O’Mahony’s Of Watergrasshill.   https://uticket.ie/venue/o-mahony-s-of-watergrasshill

26th of Jul 2021
Dave Minogue tells of directing debut feature film “Poster Boys” much of which was shot in Cork
Keith Duffy, Ian Dempsey and Dragons’ Den entrepreneur Bobby Kerr get in on the fun in the new Irish road movie Poster Boys. The debut film from director Dave Minogue stars Trevor O’Connell, Ryan Minogue-Lee and Aoife Spratt and is billed as having “a lot of heart while showing off the beauty of the Irish landscape and the quirky towns across the country”. “Set in contemporary Ireland during a time of extortionate rents and expensive pints, Aoife (Spratt) dupes her hapless brother Al Clancy (O’Connell) into babysitting her ten-year-old son Karl (Minogue-Lee) while she attends a weeklong music festival in Barcelona. “In a desperate attempt to save his job, the dysfunctional uncle lets his young nephew skip school so the reluctant duo can embark on a cross-country adventure in a stolen campervan.” The cast also includes comedian Joe Rooney and Mallow actor Amy Hughes with music from Bell X1, Horslips, Joe Dolan, and an original score by Vyvienne Long from the album A Lifetime of High Fives. In selected Cork cinemas now, it’s available to VOD on iTunes and Google from August 23rd.

23rd of Jul 2021
Anna Geary on TV show “Why Girls Quit Sport” available on the RTE player
Anna Geary is on a crusade to find out why teenage girls give up on sport and exercise. Huge numbers of teenagers give up sports during their teenage years, and girls are 3 times more likely to give up than boys. By the age of 13 -15 teenage girls are living by the label “not sporty” according to research from Sport Ireland. For presenter Anna Geary, sport has played a vital role in her life and she is desperate to understand and investigate the drop-out rate among teenage girls. This series follows 4 time All-Ireland winning Cork Camogie captain as she takes on her biggest challenge yet: to create a Ladies Gaelic football team from the students of Ringsend College, a school on the outskirts of Dublin city where just a handful of female students play sports. In just 8 weeks Anna will have to  encourage the girls to sign up, turn up, and form a team which is ready to play against other school teams in a GAA blitz. Meeting experts throughout, Anna will look at current research which aims to explain the current state of play, and learn some startling statistics about the impacts of inactivity on teenagers’ mental health.

22nd of Jul 2021
Dylan from the band Rowan talks up new single ‘Love Gets in the Way ‘
Dylan briefly spoke to Dave about his band Rowan’s new single, ‘Love Gets in the Way,’ released last November on the bands first EP ‘No One is Safe Here’. For more information on Rowan visit: Rowan Band | Rowan (rowantheband.com)

20th of Jul 2021
Clive Davis on Cork LGBT+ Pride Festival Underway from Saturday 24th to Sun August 2nd
Cork Pride Chairperson Clive Davis: “The Cork LGBT+ Pride Festival are delighted to partner with our friends at Cork’s Red FM once again, and are thrilled that this annual partnership has developed into the creation of Cork Pride Radio, our new pop-up radio station, which is a first for a Pride Festival in Ireland. On the 24th July, the 2021 Cork LGBT+ Pride Festival will burst into life again, although not quite as we usually know it! We’ve just launched our full line-up of over 20 Cork Pride 2021 events, head on over to our corkpride.com website – we hope you’ll be as excited as we are!” Available on the new look redfm.ie website, on corkpride.com  and on the Irish radio player app, Cork Pride Radio promises pride classics to make you dance, pride anthems to make you sing, lots of modern pride favs like Lady Gaga and all of RedFM’s amazing selection of hot new music. It’s definitely something to banish the blues and to turn up loud! So if your life has been feeling a little dull of late, resuscitate yourself with a quick blast of Pride giving CPR – that’s Cork Pride Radio, on RedFM’s Red Hot.   For a full list of information visit : Cork LGBT+ Pride Festival (corkpride.com)

21st of Jul 2021
Danielle O’Donovan on: New Playful Culture Trail – 30 Fun Things For Kids To Do In Cork This Summer
Are you looking for interactive, educational, and playful things to do with your kids this summer? Museums, galleries, and attractions in Cork City have come together to create a Playful Culture Trail, featuring 30 fun and playful places where kids can explore the city’s culture, heritage and green spaces through play. Families participating in the trail will have the opportunity to hop through labyrinths at St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, design costumes for superheroes at Crawford Art Gallery, find their Bog Age at the Cork Butter Museum, trace tombstones at St Peter’s Church, make daisy chains at Nano Nagle Place, enjoy the playground at the Old Cork Waterworks, and lots more.The full trail is highlighted on a colourful and child friendly map that can be picked up along with a unique tote bag, colouring pencils, a Pure Cork pencil, and a bookmark, from attractions and hotels in the city. Get ready by picking up your free canvas goodie bag or download the virtual map at purecork.ie/playtrail, Get set by choosing where you want to visit, and go, go, go before the summer is out!  Some venues are free and others offer family rates.  For more see purecork.ie/playtrail. Follow @corkcitycouncilofficial on social media for updates on the Cork Cultural Play Trail and Cork as a Playful City. Hashtags are #LetsPlayCork #ActiveCorkCity and anyone who uses these when enjoying the trail could be in with a chance to win spot prizes. For more info visit: https://www.corkcity.ie/en/things-to-do/playful-culture-trail/

19th of Jul 2021
Joe Dalton on the 3rd ‘Make Some Noise’ event streaming live from Firkin Crane Fri 30th
#MakeSomeNoiseCork Presented by Shine A Light Suicide & Mental Health Awareness CLG Streamed live by Unity Media Network From the Firkin Crane Cork @ 7pm to 8.15pm On Friday 30th July The main purpose of the event is to raise awareness of positive mental health, and to signpost people to the services and resources in their localities. A collaboration with Cork City Partnership and sponsored under the Healthy Ireland campaign and a Government of Ireland initiative small grants for 2020 and by Cork City Council. Myles Gaffney, The Lost Gecko, Dots Tobin are with us again this year. We have changed the line-up for the event again this year by adding some of Cork’s most talented artist’s, special guests, John Spillane & Ger Wolfe, renowned singers’ songwriters and poets. Please join us on the night for information on services in your area and nationally and entertainment by Cork’s finest talent. “Talking is a sign of strength not weakness” visit: https://www.facebook.com/shinealightgroup/?hc_ref=ARS8WMYW5nuqLcrElxewWjWc5ejPq7J95gHmWFPMZpscuhBWu8RNkm_IB1uMNs-NRJI&fref=nf&__tn__=kC-R  

9th of Jul 2021
Speedo Mick walking Britain & Ireland tip to toe in nothing but his Speedos
Speedo Mick has set his sights on a new mega mission – to walk 2,000 miles across the UK and Ireland and hand out up to £250,000 to worthy causes. Mick Cullen, 56, has trekked thousands of miles, attended hundreds of football matches and raised more than £650,000 in recent years – all while dressed only in a pair of blue swimming trunks. And the huge Everton fan has now embarked on a five-month trek across the UK and Ireland to hand out cash raised from his previous adventures – as well as raising even more. Super-fit Mick, who has twice been nominated for a Pride of Britain Award, first hit the headlines in 2014 by swimming the English Channel in just under 16 hours – despite being a novice swimmer. He turned up to Everton’s next home game in a pair of blue Speedos with ‘Channel Swimmer’ written on his chest, and his famous look was born. And in 2019 he completed a 1,000-mile walk from John O’Groats to Land’s End and raised half a million pounds, far exceeding his initial target of £100,000. His newest mission, the ‘Speedo Mick Giving Back Tour’, will cover 2,000 miles, taking in five capital cities – London, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Dublin and Belfast. Starting from Stornoway, in Scotland’s Western Isles, and ending in Liverpool, the route will cover a string of towns and cities, and Mick will walk up to 20 miles per day across five months. He’ll only be wearing his trademark blue undies, as well as a swimming cap, Everton scarf and a pair of boots. He wants to raise more money to donate in future, with Mick just £350,000 away from hitting the £1million mark since he began in 2014.

12th of Jul 2021
Songs from Beneath the Surface of the Earth: Cork’s Lyra on performing in Mitchelstown Caves
Filmed in the atmospheric and awe-inspiring caverns of the Mitchelstown Cave, Subterranean Sessions will air on RTE 2 on Thursday July 15th at 22.30h. Subterranean Sessions: Songs from Beneath the Surface of the Earth, is presented by Roisin O and Barry Murphy (Hermitage Green) and features stunning performances from Lisa Hannigan, Gavin James, Paul Noonan, Lyra, Talos, Eve Belle, Moncrieff and Roisin O. Recorded live, Subterranean Sessions was filmed in the beautiful Mitchelstown Cave in December 2020. The superb acoustics and the vast natural auditorium of the cavern makes for a unique and unforgettable concert experience. Set in spectacular surroundings that will simply take your breath away, Subterranean Sessions has captured unforgettable performances from some of Ireland’s leading artists. Some of the highlights include musical gems such as Lisa Hannigan’s ‘Fall’, Gavin James’ ‘Nervous (OOH)’, Paul Noonan’s ‘Some Surprise’ and Lyra’s ‘New Day’. Producer Shane Dunne says: “At the point this was recorded we as an industry hadn’t worked or seen our colleagues for months. While we are still very much in the worst impacted industry of the pandemic, recordings like this were such a special few days for artists and crew alike. It was a chance to feel normal, to feel valued and to see brilliant artists express themselves in a beautiful location. Now as we hopefully see green shoots and look to the future, it’s nice to look back to those dark December days in South Tipperary and believe this time, that some summer night we’ll see our friends again.” Subterranean Sessions was part-funded by The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport & Media through the Live Performance Support Scheme. Subterranean Sessions: Songs from Beneath the Surface of the Earth will air on RTE 2 on Thursday 15 July 2021 at 22.30h.

8th of Jul 2021
Shane Dunne Subterranean Sessions – Songs from Beneath the Surface of the Earth RTE 2 10.30 Thurs July 15th
Filmed in the atmospheric and awe-inspiring caverns of the Mitchelstown Cave, Subterranean Sessions will air on RTE 2 on Thursday July 15th at 22.30h. Subterranean Sessions: Songs from Beneath the Surface of the Earth, is presented by Roisin O and Barry Murphy (Hermitage Green) and features stunning performances from Lisa Hannigan, Gavin James, Paul Noonan, Lyra, Talos, Eve Belle, Moncrieff and Roisin O. Recorded live, Subterranean Sessions was filmed in the beautiful Mitchelstown Cave in December 2020. The superb acoustics and the vast natural auditorium of the cavern makes for a unique and unforgettable concert experience. Set in spectacular surroundings that will simply take your breath away, Subterranean Sessions has captured unforgettable performances from some of Ireland’s leading artists. Some of the highlights include musical gems such as Lisa Hannigan’s ‘Fall’, Gavin James’ ‘Nervous (OOH)’, Paul Noonan’s ‘Some Surprise’ and Lyra’s ‘New Day’. Producer Shane Dunne says: “At the point this was recorded we as an industry hadn’t worked or seen our colleagues for months. While we are still very much in the worst impacted industry of the pandemic, recordings like this were such a special few days for artists and crew alike. It was a chance to feel normal, to feel valued and to see brilliant artists express themselves in a beautiful location. Now as we hopefully see green shoots and look to the future, it’s nice to look back to those dark December days in South Tipperary and believe this time, that some summer night we’ll see our friends again.” Subterranean Sessions was part-funded by The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport & Media through the Live Performance Support Scheme. Subterranean Sessions: Songs from Beneath the Surface of the Earth will air on RTE 2 on Thursday 15 July 2021 at 22.30h.

7th of Jul 2021
Chairperson Anna Mulcahy Talks Up The Kinsale Arts Weekend
This year Kinsale Arts Weekend festival runs from July 8th to 11th and as we emerge from the trauma of a global pandemic, the theme of the festival “The Year the world changed” which was inspired by the David Attenborough documentary, offers opportunities to reflect, heal and hope through the power of the creative arts. The festival programme has been tailored to allow for safe enjoyment in the context of COVID-19 restrictions and reflects both outdoor events as well as innovative “drive in” shows. The exciting 2021 programme reflects the festival’s aims to celebrate many diverse art forms and artists from the worlds of theatre, dance, music, comedy, literature, crafts, and film as well as the visual arts come together over one weekend to delight and inspire locals and visitors. Singers, Song Writers and Musicians, John Spillane, Lorraine Nash, Paddy Dennehy, Jack O’Rourke, Marian Cassidy, and Emmet O’Connor feature alongside local and loved artists over the four-day event at the “drive in” Saile venue. Irish National Opera present an outdoor screening of “The Lighthouse” by Peter Maxwell Davies at the Bowling Green, one of Kinsale’s beautiful and historic locations. Families and young audiences will enjoy a creative adaptation of a much-loved children’s classic, featuring “a terrible pair of foul folk” and a “feathered and furry rebellion” alongside a variety of other innovative dance, storytelling and theatre pieces at locations across the town. Alannah Hopkin partakes in a live Q&A on her recently published book “A very strange man”, selected by Sebastian Barry as his “book of the year” at the Tap Tavern. Kinsale will become a live gallery incorporating shop windows alongside traditional galleries, enabling the display of the wonderful work of both local and national artists.  Come to the Spaniard to experience the explosion of colour and creativity in the work of Omin, the renowned international muralist and graffiti artist. Kinsale’s beautiful harbour and magnificent seascape provide a natural setting for a variety of other events such as poetry readings, craft making and drama. Kinsale, offering a variety of high-quality accommodation and restaurant options for all budgets makes it a destination of choice in which to connect with friends, festival fans and artists alike. The festival, organised by a team of local professionals, artists and residents benefits from an inspiring and inclusive community spirit that aims to place Kinsale firmly back on the road to recovery during the summer of 2021. “Walk ins” are possible for most events on the programme, but to be certain of your place, why not visit kinsaleartsweekend.com and book your ticket now!.   Kinsale Arts Weekend Events | Eventbrite  

6th of Jul 2021
Sarah McKenzie (Monkstown) Competing for Spot in GT Cup Racing Series.
Sarah is one of just 6 Irish applicants, amongst a total of 300 women all vying for a prize of racing in the GT Cup series. The idea behind Formula Women racing is to provide training to women with limited or no racing experience and offer them the chance to take a place in the GT Cup racing series. It has been run previously in 2004 with over 10,000 applications and as it was so successful they decided to bring it back this year for a televised event. Sarah first became interested in racing at the age of 10 by her mother and has been obsessed ever since. She discovered Formula women through a motor sport podcast, It’s a sport that requires passion for driving over experience when starting off. In order to prepare there’s an on track assessment in the UK and training in Mondello park.   She needs sponsorship support, find out more here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2BN3EchrqsyxmG4sDstfTg  

30th of Jun 2021
Lone sailor rescued after Yacht suffers broken mast plus steering and engine failure after 14 days at sea
The Courtmacsherry All Weather Trent Class RNLI Lifeboat was called out Tuesday June 29th at 9.10am, to go to the aid of a 32 foot Yacht with a lone sailor on board that got into difficulties 15 miles south west of Courtmacsherry Bay in West Cork. The Courtmacsherry All Weather Lifeboat, Frederick Storey Cockburn under volunteer Coxswain Kevin Young and a crew of 4  were away quickly from their moorings, as a pan pan alert was issued by the Coastguard, that the yacht had suffered a broken mast, disabled steering plus engine failure and required immediate assistance.   The yacht was at sea for the past 14 days while on passage from the Azores to Ireland when the incidents occurred in poor conditions over the past few days.  Once the Lifeboat reached the causality at 10.10 am, Lifeboat Coxswain Kevin Young assessed the situation and as the causality was completely disabled, a decision was taken to put the Lifeboat towline on board the yacht and proceed under tow to the nearest port of Courtmacsherry.  The weather at sea had improved overnight and the Lifeboat proceeded at a safe towing speed back to safe surrounds of the Courtmacsherry pontoon, while also putting one crewperson on board the yacht to help a very tired skipper as they took the yacht alongside while traversing the Harbour Channel and final arriving to the Village Pontoon at 1.15pm.  The skipper of the Yacht suffered the mast break four days ago and without any sleep since in gusting weather, was mighty glad to be on safe grounds of Courtmacsherry after being completely disabled at sea earlier this morning. The Courtmacsherry RNLI Lifeboat voluntary Lifeboat Operations Manager Brian O Dwyer said “We are all so relieved that the crewmen was rescued so quickly this morning and praised the great response of all the crew and officers who left their workplaces and rushed to the station, in order to help a fellow seaman in distress at sea this morning”. The Courtmacsherry RNLI Lifeboat Crew involved in this morning’s callout were Coxswain Kevin Young, Mechanic Pat Lawton and crewmembers Tadgh McCarthy, Evin O Sullivan and Conor Tyndall.  The Lifeboat has now refuelled and re stocked, in readiness of whenever the next call to action may occur.  This was the 17th callout of 2021 for the All Weather Lifeboat Station in Courtmacsherry.

29th of Jun 2021
Live Life Off Grid in a Tiny Luxury Custom-built House
Dripsy woman Kathleen moved to the UK aged 18 and got stuck but finally moved back home two years ago. The only way it was affordable for her to make the move home was through arranging for a custom-built off grid eco tiny house to be constructed. Which she is now raffling to raise funds to build on Beara. 5% of the proceeds will go to Cork Penny Dinners and Cork’s Simon Community.   Included in the home is :An open plan kitchen-living Room, with underfloor heating, and a “Hobbit” wood burning stove. There is a sliding door that leads to the bathroom and a very large shower, and includes “The Villa” high spec composting loo (includes integral fan, no odours.) A staircase with storage leads to two double bedrooms.   If you would like to be in with a chance of winning this home visit: Enter Raffle to Win Eco Tiny House Raffle Ireland Hosted By Thereasa Riordan (raffall.com)

28th of Jun 2021
Microbiome Day – What is it? And Why is it Important?
Sunday 27 June was World Microbiome Day – a worldwide celebration of all things microbe. APC Microbiome Ireland SFI Research Centre is a lead coordinator and had three highlight events – Reading of Children’s book ‘There’s a Zoom in my Poo’ by Felice Jacka; Microbiome Friendly Brunch, an online cooking demonstration by Darina Allen in conversation with fermented food researcher John Leech; and Ask the Experts-Sustainability and Microbiomes, an information session hosted by Jack Daly a scientist from The Lough for the public to post questions to APC microbiome experts. Catch up on apc.ucc.ie

25th of Jun 2021
From Dunmanway To Los Angeles Rua Talks Music
‘Pretty Good Right Now’ is a nostalgic yet hopeful folk-pop summer tune to see us through the final stretch as we transition out of pandemic blues and trust in the pretty good times we have ahead. Definitely a song to blare while driving with the windows down at sunset.

24th of Jun 2021
Short Film ‘Throwing Shapes’ Music Generation Cork City
‘Throwing Shapes’ the culmination of two years of writing, performing and development with a core group of eight young artists from The Kabin in Knocknaheeny. Performers/writers: Alex Brady, Ava Collins, Cian Hearn (Gatch), Katelyn O’Sullivan, Kayleigh Russel, Patrick (Ricky) Salmon Anson, Daniel Sheehan (Jester). Featuring supporting artists from the Kabin MGCC programme’s junior and senior groups. These young people are central to The Kabin Studio –a Cork Education and Training Board facility in Knocknaheeny run in partnership with GMC Beats and MGCC –and the film showcases their music, their words, their performance and their journey in expressing themselves through Hip Hop. This is music and art that is unmistakably of Cork City. The film explores this familiar landscape through a lens coloured by the experience of the year we’ve just had and the creativity that sparks in challenging circumstances. Executive Producers : Ayla Amano and Brendan Canty (Feel Good Lost who have created videos for Hozier, Dermot Kennedy, Saint Sister) Directed by Rosie Barrett and filmed by Albert Hooi (recent work includes Gemma Dunleavy’s Up The Flats and Jape’s Sentinel project) Co-produced by GMCBeats at the Kabin Studio, Music Generation Cork City Cork, Graffiti Theatre Company, Cork Midsummer Festival Project support from Music Generation’s Creativity and Collaboration Fund, the Department of Education and Skills, Arts Council Ireland/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and Cork City Council’s Arts in Context fund, City Northwest Quarter Regeneration Fund, Cork Midsummer Festival and Youth Work Ireland. Creative facilitation team: Niall Cleary (Graffiti Theatre and Fighting Words), 0phelia aka Ophelia McCabe, Garry McCarthy (GMCBeats, The Kabin Studio) For more information on future works visit: The Kabin Studio Cork – Home | Facebook

23rd of Jun 2021
Author Mel O’ Doherty On West Cork Literary Festival Appearance
Fallen is Mel O’Doherty’s debut novel. When Michael Connolly was a child in the 1970s, his mother Elaine told him about all the things that happened to her in that place. All that the nuns had done.  The doctors encouraged Elaine to talk, and talk she did. She even tried to tell the public. She wrote letters to the newspapers. She made signs and picketed Mass. The good  pious parishioners silenced her. The doctors told her she was delusional. Her husband didn’t post her letters. Her son didn’t believe her. Three decades later, still caught in the guilt from that time, Michael sits watching the news about the mother and baby homes unfolding, and realises, with his mother long gone, that she had been telling the truth all those years ago. Fallen is a stark and beautifully written account of the impact on one family of a shameful chapter in modern Irish history. ‘Fallen is a powerful, engrossing, deeply moving novel. I loved it.’ Roddy Doyle ‘A hugely powerful novel, full of heart, empathy and quiet passion.’ Joseph O’Connor. ‘A quietly devastating novel. Mel O’Doherty crafts this powerful story with the lightest of touches and yet every sentence seemed to sink its teeth into me. I will be thinking about Fallen for quite some time.’ Jan Carson Mel O’Doherty was shortlisted for the Francis MacManus Award in 2019. In 2020 he was shortlisted for the Seán Ó Faoláin International Short Story Award and longlisted for The Sunday Times Short Story Award. His stories have been published in Southword Literary Journal and The Irish Times and broadcast on RTÉ Radio. He is an English teacher by profession. Fallen is his debut novel and it is published by Bluemoose Books in June 2021. He lives in Douglas, Cork with his wife and three children.

22nd of Jun 2021
2nd Cork City Urban Orienteering Route to Include The Marsh & South Parish
The aim of this initiative is to show people how amazing Cork City is and allows you to take in Shandons Old and Historic buildings, while also getting outdoors and keeping fit at the same time. It is urban course with tiles marked on the routes with an online map. The 2nd route will go through The Marsh and into the South Parish. It launches Fri 25th at Wandesford Quay from 5.30 PM – 8 PM. If you fancy having your artwork featured on the new route you can in a competition which involves drawing a sketch of a historical building on a ceramic tile. If you would like to take in the route in your own time or want more info visit: https://www.corkcity.ie/en/things-to-do/parks-outdoors/orienteering/shandon-orienteering-project/

22nd of Jun 2021
Ciara O’Flynn wants to show people how amazing Cork City is!
The aim of this initiative is to show people how amazing Cork City is and allows you to take in Shandons Old and Historic buildings, while also getting outdoors and keeping fit at the same time.


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