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Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Event: Charleville Agricultural Show to include Pop-up Museum and Visit of Croesgoch Heritage Society and Goodwick Brass Band

Date/Time: Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June 2019  
Location: Charleville, Co. Cork 

Additional Information: VISIT OF CROESGOCH HERITAGE SOCIETY AND GOODWICK BRASS BAND TO CHARLEVILLE - Charleville Heritage Society is twinned with the Croesgoch Heritage Society (near Fishguard) in Wales. Some of latter's members are also associated with the nearby Goodwick Brass Band, who are UK and Welsh national title winners and one of the top brass bands in the world. Charleville will be hosting members of the Croesgoch Heritage Society over the last weekend in June and the 42 strong Goodwick Band is also coming to town. They will perform at Charleville Agricultural Show on Sunday afternoon and in a concert at the Charleville Park Hotel on Sunday night 30th June, with a full supporting programme. Admission is only €10 to the concert and a terrific night's entertainment is assured. All welcome.
POP-UP MUSEUM - To mark the 40th year of Charleville Agricultural Show Charleville Heritage Society are organising a pop-up museum on their stand at the Show. They will display storyboards of the town's founder Roger Boyle (Lord Broghill) and the many famous people who were either born in or are associated with the town, such as Sean Clarach Mac Domhnaill, Archbishop Thomas W. Croke of Cashel, Archbishop Daniel Mannix of Melbourne, Bishop William Reeves, Church of Ireland Bishop of Down, Connor and Dromore, Eliza Lynch, National Heroine of Paraguay, Bishop Robert Browne of Cloyne, John Anster, to mention but some. We will also display items of historical interest plus many photographs. So, if you are at the Show please visit the Charleville Heritage Society stand.

CORK YOUNG FILMMAKERS SUMMER WORKSHOPS 2019:

Cork young Filmmakers 2019

Cork Young Filmmakers Workshops are delighted to invite you to apply for a place on a week-long Summer Film Making Programme in various locations throughout the County. If you have always wanted to make a movie, learn new skills in front of and behind the camera and would like to have fun and meet new people then we look forward to hearing from you. These exciting one-week courses are held during school summer holidays and are designed to give young filmmakers, age 14-19, hands-on experience of making film. Cork Film Centreprovide professional training and equipment throughout the week. The emphasis is on hands-on film making. Demand for places on this course is very high so if you are passionate about film apply now by emailing corkyoungfilmmakers@gmail.com with name, contact details; address /contact number, age and a brief outline of what experience you have and why you feel this course is for you. The only charge will be a €50 registration fee, thanks to the support of Cork County Council and SECAD partnership.

UPCOMING ENVIRONMENT AND NATURE FUND 2019 GRANTS


The Community Foundation of Ireland is running an Environment & Nature Fund 2019 grants programme which opened on 17th May for applications. Communities are invited to apply for grant funding to engage an ecologist and develop a Community Biodiversity Action Plan for their local areas. For further information visit https://www.communityfoundation.ie/grants/types-of-grants/environment-and-nature-fund and note the closing date June 28 2019.

NATIONAL HERITAGE WEEK 2019 – COUNTY CORK EVENTS GUIDE:


HW Logo 2019
National Heritage Week this year is little over two months away, taking place from Saturday 17th to Sunday 25th August, 2019. So far for the County of Cork over 120 events have been registered with an expectation that Heritage Week 2019 will see over 2,000 events around the Country. All proposed events uploaded to www.heritageweek.ie prior to June 28th 2019will feature in the official County Cork Heritage Week Events Guide this year. It is hoped that 2019 will indeed see a wonderful line-up and a great number of events, across the County. Indeed, the popularity of National Heritage Week is growing enormously in recent years as more and more people take stock of and value the heritage that surrounds and connects us all. The Theme for Heritage Week 2019 is ‘Pastimes and Past Times’, encouraging people to take a stroll through our local history and explore how our free time has evolved in often fascinating ways from sports and storytelling to music and craft. Heritage Week is coordinated by the Heritage Council and is part of European Heritage Days which promotes Europe’s cultural heritage across the Union – a week very much to look forward to.

Fermoy Community Health Project: Chair Yoga in the Courtyard

Friday 21st June is International Day of Yoga.  To celebrate the health benefits of yoga Fermoy Community Health Project in association with Fermoy Community Resource Centre is hosting an outdoor chair yoga workshop from 2.30 – 3.30pm in the courtyard area of the Fermoy Resource Centre community garden .  This workshop which is intended to be suitable to all adults; will offer a basic and gentle introduction to chair yoga.  This outdoor event is weather dependent, if it is rainy we will move the workshop indoors.  Places will be limited at the chair yoga workshop, so you are invited to book your place in advance by contacting Jacinta McCormack, Fermoy Community Health Worker on 085 8742320.


Local Agenda 21 2019 Grant Scheme
















Hi All,

The Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment have just informed us that from 2019 onwards the Local Agenda 21 grant scheme will run from September to August.

We expect the Minister to launch this year’s scheme in August, with applications being accepted until the end of September/start of October.

The exact dates have not yet been confirmed but we will be in touch with further information as we receive it, including full details of the application process.

Regards,

The Environmental Awareness Team
Cork County Council

A talk on recent Archaeological Discoveries in Buttevant

Buttevant talk June 2019
Date/Time: Thursday 27th June 2019 at 20:00
Event: 
A talk on recent Archaeological Discoveries in Buttevant by Trish Long 
Location: Muintir na Tíre Hall, Buttevant, Co. Cork 

Additional Information: Buttevant Heritage Group are delighted to announce a presentation by Trish Long of Rubicon: “To Enclose it with Walls”: Archaeological Discoveries Regarding Medieval and Late Buttevant. Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd were the archaeologists in Buttevant throughout the recent roadworks. Trish will deliver an analysis of the archaeological works that took place during the street works in 2015-16. So many people admire how well the town looks and now we will learn of the significance of the painstaking archaeological works that took place on the Main Street. The presentation will take place in the Muintir na Tire hall on Thursday 27 June 2019, at 8pm. Entry is free, and all are welcome.