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Getaway Deals with Discounts

25th September 2021

Update Saturday 25th September 2021: There are lots of Getaway Deals still available with substantial discounts But there are still many good deals to be found here. So go ahead and check it out! For 36 hours from 13th August 2021 you [Continue reading…]

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What’s On in Cork in 2020

4th February 2020

Update: Because of the restrictions caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic many of the events listed below have been canceled or deferred. As the lockdown eases, it will become clearer ast to what events have survived. Because it is likely the Social Distancing [Continue reading…]

West Cork Model Railway Clonakilty
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All Aboard The Train in Clonakilty

19th August 2019 you did nothing else when visiting Clonakilty but visit The West Cork Model Railway Village, it would be a day well spent.Adults and children will enjoy this fascinating scale model of the West Cork Railway line as it passes through the [Continue reading…]

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New Year in Cork

20th December 2018

Ring out the old, ring in the new! All over Cork City and County, people will be reminiscing on the events of the year gone by and planning for the year ahead. New Year in Cork is celebrated with enthusiasm and hope. [Continue reading…]

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Prince Charles and Camilla visit Cork

18th June 2018

This year, the English Market in Cork is celebrating its 230th birthday and today, cutting the cake were Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and His wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. With Prince Charles and Camilla in Cork you realize that The Rebel [Continue reading…]

Clonakilty Street Carnival
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Clonakilty Street Carnival

19th June 2017

Clonakilty Street Carnival from Gravy Media on Vimeo. The Clonakilty Street Carnival and Arts Festival was held on Saturday 17th June 2017. The fantastic footage from Gravy Media tells it all. 11am – 5pm Family Fun Zone on Ashe Street 12-1pm Live [Continue reading…]

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Cork City Through The Years

6th November 2011

The many dairy farms of Ireland’s largest county, with low mountains and evergreen plantations, are often overlooked by visitors. The 170km long coastline also offers much variety, including the pretty port of Kinsale, full of reminders of Cork’s seafaring past, and the [Continue reading…]