Kids Munster Football Tournament 10th Anniversary Raffle For Barnardos

When:             Sunday, 28th May 2017 Where:            Douglas Hall Football Club, Co.Cork What:              Each year the Kids for Kids Munster Football Tournament is held in communities in which Barnardos is working to help make a real impact. 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of their fundraising efforts, with Kids for Kids raising an incredible €60,000 for Barnardos […]

National Biodiversity Week 2017 launches with 50 FREE events taking place all across Ireland

The Irish Environmental Network is delighted to announce the launch of Ireland’s National Biodiversity Week, which will take place from the 19th – 28th May 2017. Over the course of nine days, over 50 free events will take place all across the country, celebrating Ireland’s diverse species and natural habitats. From bat walks and urban beekeeping to […]

Irish Red Cross To Hold Asthma Awareness Event In Nenagh

The Irish Red Cross health and social unit from Nenagh are running an Asthma Awareness Event this coming Satuday 20th of May in Tesco car park  Nenagh from 10-2pm. This will involved CPR demonstrations as well as tips and skills to deal with asthma and asthma attacks. This is in association with international  Asthma Awarness  week.

Rewilding: Exploring the opportunities for the Midlands at Cloughjordan event

Most of Ireland’s natural habitats — even our ‘wildest’ mountain ranges and boglands — are managed primarily for human use, either through grazing, turf-cutting, mowing or cutting. Recently there has been a lot of interest around the new idea of ‘rewilding’ our ecosystems. ‘Rewilding’ is a conservation philosophy that aims to end intensive human management of habitats and allow them to […]

Ballyhoura Green Ribbon Walk In Aid Of Mental Health

Ballyhoura Beo are hosting a Green Ribbon Walk to encourage people to take time out of their busy lives, go for a walk and support the campaign to change minds about mental health – one conversation at a time. The walk is part of a month-long national Green Ribbon Campaign organised by See Change to […]

Dunkerrin Parish History Society

The next lecture of the Dunkerrin Parish History Society takes place on Tuesday 16th May at 8pm in Obama Plaza, Moneygall. Professor Terence Dooley , Senior Lecturer at the Department of History, Maynooth University & Chairman of the Centre for the Study of Historic Irish Houses and Estates, will deliver a lecture entitled ‘Revolution and […]

Local Authorities Get Buzzing For Pollinators

Irish bees and other pollinators contribute €35Million a year to the Irish economy by pollinating our plants, trees and vegetables. They are under serious threat for survival because they don’t have enough food to eat or places to live. In response to this, in 2016 Local Authority Heritage Officers and Biodiversity Officers, in partnership with […]

Tipperary’s Toddlers All Hands On Deck For Big Toddle

Barnardos children’s charity were joined by Ireland’s littlest pirates to launch the annual Big Toddle for Barnardos. In its 14th year, this May and June will see up to 50,000 toddlers nationwide  – including 1,396 toddlers in Tipperary – lace up their boots and take up the challenge to toddle a half-mile sponsored walk to […]

How To Boost Retail In Your Town Or Village

The Local Enterprise Office (LEO) and Tipperary Co. Council are running a competition for retailers in Tipperary.  There are 10 tickets to be won to the Retail Retreat on Wed 10th May in Croke Park. This event, organised by Retail Excellence Ireland is one of the most significant events in the Irish retail calendar where a line-up […]

Ballyhoura Walking Festival

The Ballyhoura Walking Festival isn’t just Irelands oldest walking festival – It’s one of the most popular too. This May bank holiday weekend walkers from all over Ireland are expected to descend on Ballyhoura Country, covering an average distance of 20kms each. Now in its 24th year, the festival see’s guides from the Ballyhoura Bears […]

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