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Older Voices – CRY104fm PDF Print E-mail
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Community Radio Youghal, CRY104fm, launched it's brand new series Older Voices in Ballymacoda Hall on Friday last. 

This brand new 12 part series, starting on Monday April 7th at 6.15pm, focuses on the lives of older people living in the Ballymacoda/Ladysbridge areas.  In each episode the participant speaks about their lives growing up in rural Ireland in the 1940’s and 1950’s and on how things have changed over the years.  It is a show filled with nostalgic tales of a time long since passed.   It is an oral history of the area.
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YOUGHAL HOSTS FAILTE IRELAND BRAND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP PDF Print E-mail
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Youghal’s Mall Arts Centre played host (1st April 2014) to the first in a series of community workshops run by Fáilte Ireland in its efforts to develop a new brand proposition on culture and heritage for the East and South of the country . The project is aimed at growing international tourism to the region which has lost ground from various markets, in particular Great Britain, over the past ten years.
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Youghal to receive further funding for Historic Towns Initiative Pilot Programme PDF Print E-mail
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Funding of €40,000 has been allocated to complete the Historic Towns Initiative (HTI) pilot programme in Youghal.  The announcement was made by Minister for Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan, T.D. and follows on from an allocation of €120,000 to Youghal from the programme in 2013.  Listowel and Westport are other towns involved in the pilot programme.

  

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YOUGHAL MAIN DRAINAGE SCHEME PDF Print E-mail

Public information evening - 5.30pm - 8pm 
in Walter Raleigh Hotel, Youghal, 
Wednesday 12th March 2014

Construction works will shortly be commencing on the Youghal Main Drainage Scheme.
The scope of the project includes work to upgrade the drainage network in the town and to provide a new wastewater treatment plant. 

The project will last approximately 18 months and will require roadworks on many streets and roads in the town including Front Strand, Lighthouse Hill, South Abbey, Strand St, The Mall, Catherine St, Grattan St, Breton Road, Cork Hill, Raheen Road, and Windmill Hill. 

Cork County Council invites members of the public to an Information Evening on Wednesday 12th March 2014 at the Walter Raleigh Hotel to view the plans for the scheme.  Cork County Council staff and representatives of the scheme designers, Atkins, will be in attendance to answer any queries you might have. 
A project website, www.youghalmaindrainage.com, will shortly be launched which will also provide information on the scheme, programme of works, contact details etc. 

 
Ireland’s Only Pop-Up Youth Film Festival PDF Print E-mail

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The First Cut! Youth Film Festival will be based in the Mall Arts Centre in Youghal this year and will run from Thursday, 27th February to Saturday, 1st March.     The festival offers an exciting opportunity for young filmmakers, aged 12- 21 years, to gather together in a vibrant festival atmosphere for a rare chance to network and showcase their work.  As well as the screenings of works by young filmmakers, the Festival will also include workshops, performances and the rare opportunity for budding filmmakers to learn from, and engage with, professional filmmakers.  Panel discussions, Q&A sessions and hands-on workshops will take place in the Mall Arts Centre and in a variety of other locations during the Festival.
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