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Posted in News on July 12, 2014

Bandon SummerFest 2014: Full event programme

BANDON SUMMERFEST 2014  Information available courtesy of Mark Keohane. SUNDAY 13TH JULY SUMMERFEST LAUNCH PARTY @ OLIVER PLUNKETT ST spons by BANDON NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH 3 -6 PM – TRACTOR RACING, CROSSBAR CHALLENGE, BBQ  AND LOTS OF FUN DOG SHOW spons by TIM O BRIEN (PAINTING & DECORATING) POWER LIFTING DI ... Continue Reading

Posted in News on July 1, 2014

Bandon Walled Town Festival 2014

Keep an update of the 2014 Bandon Walled Town Festival via https://www.facebook.com/BandonWalledTownMedievalFestival More details to follow. Continue Reading

Posted in News on July 1, 2014

Bandon Businesses: would you like €2,500 to help you with promoting your business?

From the following link: https://www.localenterprise.ie/CorkCity/News/Press-Releases/Apply-for-an-Online-Trading-Voucher-up-to-%E2%82%AC-2-500.html To support small Irish businesses to enhance their online trading presence, Online Trading Vouchers to the value of € 2,500 (up to a maximum of 50% of the total cost) ar ... Continue Reading

Posted in News on July 1, 2014

Bandon Summerfest 2014

Keep an eye on local activities for the 2014 Bandon SummerFest via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/BandonSummerFest.ie Bagatelle will be playing in Bandon as part of the activities. Continue Reading

Posted in News on June 27, 2014

Summer 2014 – Bandon Schools ICT Initiative

Please find below some details on a new initiative to get PC’s and laptops into our local primary and secondary schools: Bandon Schools ICT Initiative The idea of asking local firms and individuals for their old PC’s and laptops came from a shortage of ICT equipment in our local schools. As a local secondary sc ... Continue Reading

Posted in News on May 23, 2014

End of an era – Bandon Town Council

Photo: Courtesy Denis Boyle and article: Leo McMahon Bandon salutes 179 years of local government   BY LEO McMAHON – SOUTHERN STAR (Bandon Notes)                                  May 2014 BANDON Council marked the end of local government in the town dating back to 1835 in style with ... Continue Reading