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Local Wild Food Challenge is a fEast for the senses

Competitors create a dish made from their wild food gatherings and present it with the story of its origin to a panel of judges who assess the taste, presentation and inspiring story behind the dish.

WAR HISTORIANS TO CONDUCT INFORMATION SESSION AT MIDLETON WORLD WAR I WALL MEMORIAL

The €30,000 wall which was semi-funded by Cork County Council, was officially unveiled by Tánaiste Simon Coveney in 2016. It contains 200 names of slain soldiers, allegedly linked to the region.

LOCAL PRIEST CALLS FOR SYNOD BETWEEN PRIESTS AND LAITY TO HELP SAVE CHURCH

Challenging the diocese to “trust our people and be led by the Holy Spirit” he says “the real crisis in the Church in Ireland is, “we don’t know where we are going” adding that similar synods in Limerick and Killala, County Mayo had proved very successful.

Rena Buckley launches Team Arthritis Ireland for The Echo Women’s Mini Marathon

Cork sporting legend and physiotherapist, Rena Buckley, has launched Team Arthritis Ireland for The Echo Women’s Mini Marathon. The 18-times All-Ireland winner said, “The 6km mini marathon could be a positive goal for someone with...

Learning through LEGO: Welcome to Youghal’s East Cork S.T.E.M. Academy

Youghal native, Maurice Healy, isn’t fazed: he’s seen this reaction before – many, many times.

Going the distance…

Last Saturday saw the annual East Cork Harbour Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K Road Race take place, starting from Aghada GAA Grounds in Rostellan.

Fota Wildlife Park welcomes its 10 millionth visitor

Fota Wildlife Park is a conservation and educational charity and the income from the 465,000 people who visit the park annually finances the development and operation within the Park.

fEast Cork set for stellar food festival this September in Midleton

On Saturday 7th September go along to meet the producers of Joe’s Farm Crisps with a behind-the-scenes tour of their crops and award-winning crisp production HQ, with a chance to munch on some delicious combinations.

2019 Tour de Munster Charity Cycle Conquers the Hills and Thrills of Munster

Since its inception in 2001, Tour de Munster has raised over €2.78 million for its beneficiaries, with almost €2.3 million for DSI alone. This year’s tour was a special year as it celebrated the tenth year with Down Syndrome Ireland Munster branches as the main beneficiary of the tour.

International Concert Pianist to perform at the Grainstore, Ballymaloe

She has been invited to perform at major music festivals such as EuroClassic and the Cultural Summer Rhineland-Palatinate.
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