MINI GRANT APPLICATION

We are still accepting Mini Grant Application forms for 2017. The scheme will award grants to support equality activities run during Youth Work Ireland Week (Apr 22-29). #equality17 Application forms can be downloaded fromhttp://www.youthworkireland.ie/what-we-do/mini-grant-scheme

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APPEAL FROM MITCHELSTOWN RUGBY CLUB

This week we received an impassioned appeal from a man who wants to find a permanent home for his local rugby club. Just recently, we were delighted to be able to announce a new home for Kilworth Celtic Soccer Club after many years of campaigning and maybe, just maybe, there

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KILFINANE BOOK GOES WORLDWIDE

A photographic book from Kilfinane is now being shipped to diaspora around the world, just in time for Christmas. Pictorial Memories of Kilfinane Volume III was launched last Saturday night at the Church of Ireland in Kilfinane to large crowds. The book was officially launched by Margaret Burke, formerly of

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT CASTLEHYDE

21-year-old Kieran Colgan will be laid to rest this Thursday after losing his life in a road traffic accident along the N72 at Castleyhde between Fermoy and Ballyhooly on Monday morning. Originally from Prosperous, Co Kildare and living in Pairc na gCapall, Kilworth, Kieran had been on his way to work at Dairygold

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FORREST HALL PRAISED BY ALL AT OFFICIAL OPENING

The transformation of Forrest Hall in Mitchelstown from a derelict building to a modern community amenity, came full circle last week, when it was officially opened to the public. The building in New Square which has undergone extensive repairs under Mitchelstown Community Council (MCC), was officially opened by Cork County

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WE ARE MOVED

Our Mitchelstown office has moved but we haven’t gone far, we are now located in Kingston Arms, Kingston College (top of Baldwin street) yellow door, please do pop in to see us in our new home. ❤️

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