The current episode of This Island Nation is now available for download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126. The programme hears about the “Smuggler’s Nest” in Rush, County Dublin and why the people of Rush were particularly favourable towards smugglers, as well as the story of one of the residents who escaped hanging four times. It discusses why women have been written out of fishing history and report from the
Ann Hughes Murray ss a retired nurse who lives in Monaghan town with her husband Eddie.She is from an old & very respected Dundalk family.Her father Erin & mother Margaret were steeped in the traditions of the Gaelic Athletic Association their club was Dundalk Young Irelands as were her brothers.Ann very kindly agreed to be interviewed by Pat Carroll when she visited East Cork during the summer…her story is funny,sad
Youghal Golf Club Fashion Show
Congratulations to the latest CRY104fm graduates receiving their FETAC Level 4 in Community Radio Skills from CRY104fm Community Development officer Darragh Parker. Pictured receiving their awards are Catherine Kelly,Jordan McCarthy,Noel Dennehy and Brendan Cronin. CRY are beginning a new FETAC Level 4 course on Tuesday November the 4th from 7 to 10pm. For registration forms and more give us a call on 024 91199 or Email email@example.com [gallery ids="3977,3978,3979,3980,3981,3982"]
This week's programme will hear a claim that the East Coast is every bit as good and attractive as the South and West coastalines and that people from all parts of the country should be more appreciative of it. The programme will also discuss the problems for seabirds running short of food because fishermen will be prevented from discarding fish at sea under EU rules and will report on the
In a gripping and emotional interview Joan McDermott talks to pat Carroll about her time and experiences in Bessborough House. This interview is available for download at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3966
Tiny Tots Parent and Baby Group is a new group for parents and grandparents of Babies aged 0-12 months. The group meets every Wednesday from 12.15pm to 1.15pm at The Family Centre in Blackwater Heights, Youghal. Admission €1 Come along and enjoy a cup of tea and a chat, while your tiny tot makes some new friends. For further details contact Nicola on 086 4668484
Cook It! is a 6 week nutrition education programme for adults, which aims to provide practical information on healthy eating and improve cooking skills. The course will commence on Wednesday 5th of November from 10am to 11.30am at Youghal Family Centre, Blackwater Heights. If you are interested in attending please contact Nicola Lucey, Youghal Community Health Worker on 086 4668484. This programme is Free but Places are Limited.
Celebrating 100 years of the Youghal Pipe Band “Keep It Going” is the brand new four-part radio documentary coming your way on Community Radio Youghal. Tracing the origins of the band from 1914 ,this four part documentary recounts the bands trials and tribulations in starting a pipe band in a Garrison town. In what will be fascinating listening for Historians, music lovers and anyone with an association with Youghal, Keep
Irish Conversation Circle every Monday night in Club Áras from 7.30 p.m. - 8.30 p.m. An informal friendly way to practice your Irish, whatever your level of ability. Talkers and Listeners welcome! There is no charge. For more information contact Liam Ó Laochdha - 086-3258271 From time to time the group takes a break. Please contact to make sure we will be there!
International Expert on Lymphoedema* to speak in Cork Open Day for those Living with Lymphoedema taking place this weekend. *Lymphoedema is pronounced lim-fo-dee-ma. It is a long-term (chronic) swelling caused by a build-up of fluid in the body’s tissues DATE: Saturday 18th October TIME: 11am SUBJECT: Lymphoedema Open Day LOCATION: River Lee Hotel, Cork On Saturday 18th October 2014, Lymphoedema Ireland will hold an open day at the River Lee
Research & Administration Assistant (CE Scheme) Community Radio Youghal has a vacancy for a Research & Programme Assistant under the FAS C.E. Scheme Duties will include: Administration; Reception; General Office Duties. Also writing/researching for radio and assisting other staff & volunteers. Hours may be flexible and training will be provided. Applicants must be registered with FAS and meet specific eligibility for this post. To apply, please forward a CV, including
October's episode of This Island Nation is now available for download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
The Killeagh Alive O Festival which will be held in Killeagh and Inch, is an opportunity for all age groups to participate and get involved in their local community. The Festival begins at 7p.m. on Friday 17th October with a talent show in Killeagh Hall. This is an inter-schools competition for Inch, Killeagh, Kyle and Park National School. On Saturday morning October 18th a Produce Market will take place in
Youghal Lifeboat are hosting a 175th Anniversary Celebration Dinner Dance At the Walter Raleigh Hotel on the 26th of October 2014 at 7 pm. Tickets cost €40 each, you can purchase tickets from Susan Mason on 087 2880351 Thomas Cliffe 087 9560007 Noreen Varney 0870506640 Please note this event is open to the general public; We would love everyone to join us celebrate 175 years of saving lives at sea
Were you or any family member or friend ever a member of St. Mary’s Brass and Reed Band Youghal? If so then a reunion is being planned for Friday 28th November at 8 p.m. in the Red Store Bar & Restaurant in Youghal. Please pass the word around so that we can contact as many people as possible. If you are interested in attending then please contact Angela on 0877670411.
Our Winter schedule is coming along nicely and we are very excited with the varied and diverse range of shows about to come to The Mall Arts Centre. Watch out for Peter Duffy’s theatrical interpretation of, possibly, Patrick Kavanagh’s greatest poem “The Great Hunger”. This show takes us to another time and another place…..or does it? Is it the now? Only you can decide. To rid us all of Winter
FETAC Level 4 in Community Radio Skills. Course Description- Overview The course aims to give learners grounding in both the ethos of community radio and in the practical skills. By the end of the course, learners will: Understand the basic principles of Community Radio Understand the basics of interviewing and research Be capable of recording an interview Understand how to conduct the interview safely Be able to define libel and
A local family with an autistic son needs to collect old, unused mobile phones with the batteries if possible. Once collected Irish Autism Action will provide a much needed IPad for the child which will help him to develop skills that he will need to live a normal life. If anyone has any old phones, please consider donating them. Phones can be dropped in to the station or you can
Youghal Community First Responders are holding a public information night on Friday 10th October in the Walter Raleigh Hotel, Youghal at 8.00pm. This will be an opportunity for anyone interested in enrolling on the course to find out more. Refreshments will be served on the night, all are welcome. Also on the night awards certificates will be presented to those who have already completed their training.
Fly Away with CRY! Draw will take place on Saturday 15th November in Farrell's Bar, Summerfield Tickets €5 1st Prize McDonalds Lee Travel Holiday Voucher for €500 2nd Prize Castlemartyr Resort Hotel (1 night B&B + dinner for 2 in Bell Tower Restaurant) 3rd Prize Trabolgan Holiday Village (midweek break for 4 nights) 4th Prize Radisson Hotel Little Island (2 nights B&B for 2) 5th Prize Bewley's Hotels (one night
SECAD have resumed their weekly One to One Employment Support Services in Cumann Na Daoine in Youghal and at the SECAD offices and ‘Training and Mentoring Centre’ in the Owenacurra Business Park in Knockgriffin in Midleton. This free and independent service offers support regarding Job Seeking, Employment & Self Enterprise advice, and provides information & guidance on training / return to education and on all Government initiatives & supports that
Irish Guide Dogs are urgently looking for volunteer puppy-walkers in Cork city and the surrounding areas. Puppy-walking involves fostering a puppy for 12-14 months in your own home, teaching the puppy to become a well-trained, well adjusted animal. Full support will be given to volunteers by an Irish Guide Dogs’ supervisor who will keep in regular contact and monitor the puppy's progress. All veterinary fees and feeding costs are covered