Our latest amble walk took the group of 24 through Corrin Woods ending up at the large stone cross at the summit. This cross was erected in 1933 and nearby is the historical site of the mound ‘Carn Thiernagh’ which dates back to the Bronze age. From there we had a fantasic view of Fermoy town and the surrounding countryside on this lovely day in April. Then it was back to Corrin Event Centre for refreshments and a quick view of the centre. Our thanks to Ber O’Sullivan who led the walk and for the brief insight to Fermoy’s historical past.
Thanks to Liam MacCraith for this report.
Join the class of 1969 on Friday, 23rd of August 2019
DCU St. Patrick’s Campus
I am on the organising committee for this class reunion of former students who graduated from St.Patrick’s T.C.( as it then was) in 1969.
We are celebrating our 50th anniversary on 23rd August, 2019 in St. Patrick’s College Campus.
Next step is a voluntary organisation and registered charity supporting people who experience depression and mental health difficulties in their lives. They hold a variety of activities and workshops 5 days a week in the Unitarian Church on Princes Street. They are looking for volunteers to work with them. Anyone interested please contact 086 8257650.
Vincent Murphy, Chairperson of The Next Step
The week of 7th – 14th April is packed full of interesting events in Cork City and County.
We received an invitation from Dr. Grace Neville, UCC, to the interesting lecture at the Nano Nagle Centre, to be given by Emeritus Professor Áine Hyland:
Subject: Talk: ‘Education for All? The Legacy of Free Post-Primary Education in Ireland’ – 9 April @ 1pm
For the full list of events in Cork City click here
For the catalogues for County Cork click here.