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CRY104fm to Extend Broadcasting Hours

From The East Cork Journal Community Radio Youghal will extend its broadcasting hours later this month, with an exciting range of programmes set to compliment the move to 126 hours of radio per week. The community radio station updated its schedule two years ago, introducing early morning programming from 8 am, and broadcasting right up until midnight. Now, CRY is ready to go a step further. From January 22, CRY104fm
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Community Development QQI Level 5 Course

In Spring 2018 there will be a Community Development QQI Level 5 Course starting in Cumann na Daoine, Youghal. “Community Practice” is the 2nd module in the Community Development Course. Please note: Cumann na Daoine will be hosting an Open Information Evening in Mid January. Applicants would favourably have experience working or volunteering within the Community. If you would like to be more involved in decisions that affect you and
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Positive Parenting = Happier Children

A Lecture by Dr. Tony Humphrey’s on Monday 29th January in St. Declan’s Hall, Ardmore from 7.30 – 9.30 p.m. Dr. Tony Humphrey’s is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and National and International Speaker.  He is also a best selling Author of numerous books on parenting and communication. Tickets are €10 and are available from Quinn’s Food Store Ardmore, St. Declan’s National School and David Walsh Bookstore Dungarvan. For further information

CRY Membership Scheme

CRY’s membership scheme is changing for 2018. From the end of January 2018 when you purchase a ticket for our Getaway in May you will have the option of becoming a free member of your local Community Radio Station, Community Radio Youghal. We will not be asking long term members to renew their €10 membership fee this year but those who may have done so already or are planning to
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Youghal sculpture to commemorate Captain Ahab

From The Evening Echo YOUGHAL is commissioning a statue of the legendary literary figure of Captain Ahab from the novel Moby Dick to commemorate the filming of the movie version of the book in the east Cork town in 1954. The board of the Youghal 4 All organisation is seeking expressions of interest from sculptors of all levels of experience to developing a new external sculpture to be situated at Barry's