https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFBjfyXHSHs&feature=youtu.be The first of the weekly Irish Water charges protest took place in Youghal, Co. Cork, on Sunday 8th of June 2014.
The second ever Community Radio Youghal (C.R.Y.) Golf Classic took place at Youghal Golf Club on Thursday 5th June. The proceeds of this year’s event will go towards the purchase of an Outside Broadcast Unit, which will enable the station to get out and about more often and more easily. It will also serve as a Mobile Training Unit. A total of 29 three person teams played in the Classic,
As part of TG4's "Spillane an Fanai", singer/songwriter John Spillane will be working as a barman in Moby Dicks from Wednesday 11th to Friday 13th June. While in Youghal, John will meet with locals, visit places of interest and of course sing a few songs, all to get the feel for life in Youghal. So come along and meet John Spillane at Moby Dicks for the latest episode of "Spillane an
The Youghal Community Transport Bus Schedule is as follows; Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9.30am-2pm Thursday and Friday 9.30-5pm with a 1 hour break at 2-3pm. Saturday 10am-2pm. We wish to inform or patrons that we do not operate on Sundays and Bank Holidays. If you wish to avail of our bus service the number is 087 1759555 For more information you can contact Cumann Na Daoine on 024 91900
Youghal Social Café is a new initiative. The aim of the social café is to provide an informal, flexible and fun opportunity for people with memory loss and their carer or family member to meet others in a supported environment that is open and free to all. To find out more about Youghal Social Café come along to our coffee morning Friday 13th June, 11am – 1pm Holy Family Church
This month’s edition of THIS ISLAND NATION will include an exclusive interview with the Head of the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority, the State regulatory body which has often been in controversy with the fishing industry. Susan Steele, Chair of the SFPA, will outline how she wants to see “a thriving fishing industry and thriving fishing communities,” but why “those who lose the run of themselves and engage in illegal fishing”
The National Carers Week, is coming to Cork on June 9th to June 15th Thousands of Family Carers will take part in week of Celebration. The 8th National Carers Week will celebrate and recognise the contribution of Ireland’s Family Carers with over 150 events nationally, from 9th to 15th June. The week is co-ordinated by Care Alliance Ireland in partnership with nine other leading Irish organisations who support family carers;
THIS ISLAND NATION Weekly News and Comment from Marine Journalist, Tom MacSweeney Dateline- May 26, 2014. ---------------------------- This week … Voluntary marine broadcasting, a unique sea bird visitor to Ireland, salmon fishing on the Nore and more….. --------------------------------------------------------------- VOLUNTARY MARINE BROADCASTING I was impressed by the interest of voluntary community radio broadcasters from around the country in the marine sphere when I met them at the annual conference of their organisation
It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Pat (Patricia) MCMAHON, (née O Keeffe), Windmill Hill, and late of Market Square, Youghal, Cork. Pat was one of CRY's long-time presenters. She died Peacefully surrounded by her loving family at the Mercy University hospital Cork, under the excellent care of the Doctors, nurses and staff of St Patricks Ward. Beloved wife of the late Pat and loving mother
CRY 104FM is delighted to announce that episodes 1 and 2 of our latest documentary series, In The Auld Fella's Time, are now available for download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126 The 6 Part series see's series producer and presenter Marita Kelly take a step back in time to look at the changing face of agriculture and rural life in Ireland. Featuring a large number of contributors including Nathan Carter,
When John Huston chose Youghal to film the tale of Moby Dick, he chose wisely! Celebrating that historic connection to ‘Moby’, Youghal hosts a family friendly festival centered around the sea, its history and of course the famous white whale. Set over three days, under the auspices the Youghal4All Group, the Moby Dick Festival promises something for all the family The opening parade takes place on Friday 30th May. This
East Cork tourism has been boosted after a local authority received planning permission for a motorhome parking complex. The development, in Youghal, is earmarked for a 6.6 acre site close to Claycastle beach and adjacent to Aura Leisure Centre. It will feature a 62-bay complex along with 10 coach-parking spaces, an all-weather playing pitch, tennis and basketball courts, a picnic area and playground. The site which has been derelict for
Nurse Jobs Ireland and Dublin are Celebrating Nurses during International Nurses Week. Are you? Nurse Jobs Ireland will be on the streets of Dublin during International Nurses Week asking people why they are thankful for Nurses. The aim of this campaign is to get positive recognition for the Nursing profession in Ireland. We want to promote the Nursing profession to inspire under-graduates to choose Nursing as a profession in the
When John Huston chose Youghal to film the tale of Moby Dick, he chose wisely! Celebrating that historic connection to ‘Moby’, Youghal hosts a family friendly festival centred around the sea, its history and of course the famous white whale. June Bank Holiday Weekend! Set over three days, and under the auspices the Youghal4All Group, the Moby Dick Festival promises something for all the family from sea themed parades
THIS ISLAND NATION Weekly News and Comment Round-Up Updated Dateline - April 29, 2014. -------------------------------------- SEAFOOD GRADUATE PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED An important step forwards in the seafood industry is the announcement today (Tuesday April 29) by Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), the Seafood Development Agency and University College Cork (UCC) of an agreement to provide structured industry placements for UCC graduates to the Irish Seafood Processing Sector through the ‘Seafood Graduate Programme’.
THIS ISLAND NATION WEEKLY NEWS AND COMMENT ROUND-UP Dateline - MONDAY, APRIL 21, 2014. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ THIS WEEK Giving a voice to coastal communities; what do you think of the new names of Irish naval ships and more... Read on ... A VOICE FOR COASTAL COMMUNITIES On Thursday, May 1, I will be chairing the opening session of a conference about coastal communities. This will be held at the Woodlands Hotel
As part of the Youghal RNLI’s 175 year celebrations CRY104fm has produced a brand new 1 hour Documentary “Saving Lives at Sea” which you can hear on your local station on Tuesday next the 29th of April at 7pm. Beginning with one of Youghal Lifeboats most dramatic rescues on the 1st of August 1984 , the programme will trace the History of the Lifeboat station right up to the present
THIS ISLAND NATION Weekly Maritime News and Comment Round-Up from Marine Correspondent, Tom MacSweeney Dateline – April 14, 2014. -----------------------------THIS WEEK: Possible disagreement about ports development, new lifeboat facilities in the Aran Island, toxic waste in Cork Harbour and more….. Read on …. PORT DEVELOPMENTS Port developments appear to be heading for a degree of controversy over the next few months. It seems that Shannon-Foynes Port Company intends to oppose
Youghal Community Transport Bus is a great service offered to people over 60 years and people with special needs. The Community Transport Bus serves Youghal town and the surrounding areas. This is a friendly, safe and helpful facility. To avail of the service please contact 087 1759666 or 024 91900.
The Annual Summer Bazaar in aid of St. Declan’s Community Hall in Ardmore will be held on Sunday 6th July. We would greatly appreciate donations of articles for bric-a-brac stall. Items such as household goods, delph, cutlery, ornaments, book, games, toys etc, would be greatly received. If you have anything you would like to donate please contact Terry on 087 9477213 or the hall will be open each Saturday from
“Join The Hope Foundation for cooking competition ‘Sugar & Spice’ with special guest judges, Lilly Higgins. Are you a foodie with a flair for Sugar & Spice and all things nice? Then enter the eat4StreetKids ‘Sugar & Spice’ cooking and baking competition. Join The Hope Foundation for an afternoon with our special guest judges including Lilly Higgins for the Sugar & Spice cooking competition and family day in aid of
Waterford Festival of Food Weekend Friday 11th April to Sunday 13th April There will be a Display of Fascinating vintage wedding dress exhibition from the1920's and through the years also old fashioned afternoon teas & homemade cakes stall. On at - St. Mary's Church of Ireland, Dungarvan. The €2 entry fee in aid of GROW & the Church repair fund includes raffle ticket. Opening times Fri 11th & Sat 12th April