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  Self Catering Ireland Self Catering Cork Baltimore Skibbereen West Cork Ireland
West Cork, the area west of Cork City, is known as a region of its own and has long been popular with tourists from other areas of Ireland, the UK, Europe, USA and the rest of the World.
West Cork has an atmosphere unique in Ireland, where the climate and vegetation benefit from the warm currents of the Gulf Stream.
The people of West Cork are equally unique and offer a mix of Irish families whose ancestors developed the area and expatriates who came to West Cork and fell in love with the area.
www.inishbeg.com   (977 words)

 West Cork Technology Park
West Cork Technology Park further enhances it’s product offering by announcing the opening of premium creche facilities for client companies locating in the Park and the greater West Cork area....
The West Cork Technology park is located on a 30 acre site, one mile from Clonakilty town centre and 35 minutes from the Cork airport, meeting the specific needs of a diverse range of indigenous and multinational IT related businesses with the support of the IDA and Enterprise Ireland.
West Cork was now in a position to reap the benefits of major technological change as we are experiencing new attitudes to the nature of work and the structure of organisations.
www.westcorktechnologypark.com /news.htm   (3315 words)

 Cork Ireland tourism - hotels, bed and breakfast,car rentals Cork, county maps...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Cork is the largest county in Ireland, and is known as the Rebel County; two of its favourite sons are Michael Collins, and another rebel of sorts, Manchester United’s Roy Keane.
West Cork is renowned the world over for its wild, rugged beauty and is favoured by walkers, climbers and artists alike.
Cork is Ireland’s second-largest city, and sits on an island between two channels of the river Lee.
www.county-cork.com   (280 words)

 The West Cork LEADER Co-coperative Society
The West Cork LEADER Co-op operates under the authority and guidance of a Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors is supported by four specialist sub-committees, their primary function being to initiate project development in line with the objectives and strategies set by the society.
In no event shall West Cork LEADER Co-Op Society Ltd be liable for and incidental or consequential damages, lost profits, or any indirect damages arising form any errors in these pages.
www.westcorkleader.ie   (258 words)

 Self catering vacation rental holiday home in West Cork Ireland
Sea Calm Schull West Cork is a luxuriously appointed self catering Holiday Home on its own private grounds of 1 acre, located high up on an unspoilt mountainside, overlooking beautiful Dunmanus Bay and the Atlantic Ocean on the Mizen Head Peninsula 6km from Crookhaven fishing village.
The Puffin  Baltimore    West Cork   is a luxuriously appointed and furnished Self Catering Mews House in the private exclusive Village Moorings, Baltimore West Cork in a development of 10 Houses.
The Woodcock Leap West Cork is a newly built self catering holiday homes / vacation rental townhouse in a private development of 10 Houses, on the edge of LEAP village in the heart of scenic West Cork, within walking distance of Pubs, Restaurants, Shops etc., on site parking.
www.ireland2vacation.com   (1039 words)

 Food Festival Ireland Skibbereen County Cork Ireland
West Cork Regional Branding is an initiative to build on the achievements of local food producers and tourism providers in establishing the region's reputation.
West Cork is long renowned at home and abroad for its excellent produce.
The menu for this Banquet will be comprised of all West Cork food produce and prepared by the chefs of the local restaurants.
www.skibbereen.ie /taste-of-west-cork.htm   (363 words)

 Fuchsia Brands Ltd.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The West Cork - A Place Apart DVD, which was launched by Mr Brian Crowley MEP, is now available to buy at €25 including pandp.
Influenced by a temperate climate, proud farming traditions and an abundant supply of fresh raw material, West Cork is long renowned at home and abroad for its excellent produce.
West Cork's stunning scenery, clean unspoilt environment, fine food and the ever increasing range of top quality tourism services combine to ensure that this is truly A Place Apart.
fuchsiabrands.com   (350 words)

 West Cork Tourism - West Cork Ireland
Home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland, and offering the broadest range of activities, entertainment, cuisine and accommodation imaginable, West Cork provides a range of options that allow you to tailor your holiday to suit your personal needs and desires.
From rejuvenating weekend breaks to action packed family holidays, the choice is yours, West Cork relaxes, entertains, invigorates … West Cork awaits…
West Cork LEADER Co-op Society* and Cork County Council.
www.westcork.ie   (138 words)

 Cork 2005 Capital of Culture Hotels Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
South West of Ireland, it is the largest of all the Irish counties and in many ways the most varied.
Rich farmlands and river valleys contrast with the wild sandstone hills of the west, and above all there is the magnificent coastline scooped and fretted by the Atlantic into great bays and secret coves, strewn with rocky headlands and long soft golden sands.
English is taught each morning while a variety of activities and trips are organised each evening for the duration of the stay of the student.
www.cork-guide.ie   (231 words)

 West Cork Enterprise Board - Clonakilty, West Cork
The Enterprise Board is a company, limited by guarantee, established by the Government under the Industrial Development Act 1995, to promote and encourage local enterprise development in West Cork.
The West Cork Enterprise Board aims to promote the development of micro-enterprise in West Cork by creating an enterprise culture, providing management training and mentoring services for business development and by providing financial assistance in the form of refundable aid and capital grants, employment grants and assistance towards innovative feasibility studies.
Areas such as Kinsale, Macroom, Brinny and Innishannon village are catered for by the South Cork Enterprise Board.
www.wceb.ie   (401 words)

 Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland by Clonakilty.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
County Cork (Contae Chorcaí in Irish) is the most southwesterly and the largest of the modern counties of Ireland.
The remote west of the county, known as West Cork, is a popular destination for tourists, who visit the small villages and islands including Sherkin, Clear, and Dursey and on the mainland Mizen Head which is the "southwesternmost point in Ireland".
Clonakilty is located centrally in West Cork proper, which is a popular tourist area with every town having numerous Hotels, Guesthouses (also known as Bed and Breakfasts or B&Bs) and Holiday Homes (also known as Self Catering).
www.clonakilty.net   (528 words)

 West Cork Schools Cup
The new West Cork Champions Clonakilty Community College have announced their 6 player challenge to represent Munster at the All Ireland Schools Competition later this year and will try and emulate Bandon Grammar's success when they took West Cork's first All Ireland Schools title in 2002.
The WCTTA has provided 16 tables around West Cork and is presently looking for other schools who are interested in developing the sport of table tennis, which is ideally suited to both National and Secondary Schools.
West Cork players have represented West Cork, Co.Cork, Munster and Ireland and regularly have the opportunity to travel throughout the country to tournaments as well as local rankings and events.
homepage.eircom.net /~ojk/wcschool.htm   (2108 words)

 West Cork Business & Technology Park - Clonakilty - Cork - Ireland - telecommunications - broadband - jobs - ...
The West Cork Business and Technology Park is strategically located on an idyllic site one mile from the town of Clonakilty in the heart of West Cork.
It is situated just 35 minutes from Cork International Airport and 40 minutes from Cork City and benefits from a population base of some 300,000 people who live within a 40 minute radius of the Park.
A first rate telecommunications infrastructure, availability of skilled labour (proven by the development of a "live" skills register) and competitive rental rates combined with a unique support structure and unsurpassed quality of life ensures that the West Cork Technology Park is truly a world class business location.
www.westcorktechnologypark.com   (180 words)

 West Cork Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
West Cork Music promotes the internationally renowned West Cork Chamber Music Festival, which has become one of the most prestigious features of the Irish classical music calendar and takes place at Bantry House, on the beautiful shores of Bantry Bay.
West Cork Music promotes a wide range of high quality music events which include the trail-blazing Masters of Tradition Festival as well as a year round concert series and educational projects.
West Cork Music has also produced significant single composer events including the complete Beethoven piano sonatas, all fifteen of the Shostakovich string quartets and a Schubert sonatas series.
www.makingmusic.org.uk /CMS/htmlaccessible/465.shtml   (206 words)

 West Cork Business Directory, Travel guide and forums. Travel guide to Cork City and County
West Cork directory featuring the best of the cork and kerry region.
West Cork is located in the most southerly tip of Ireland, and boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Ireland.
West Cork Travel is an online tourist guide and business directory.
www.westcorktravel.com   (265 words)

 Cork Ireland - Things to do and see in the City of Cork and environs
Make your airline reservation for travel to Cork as early in advance as possible as there is currently a shortage of seats from many destinations, particularly for travel to/from the city around the weekend - ie Thursday thru Monday inclusive.
University College Cork** - (Western Road - Tel 490 3000 N22 1,5km W) the original university buildings are in Tudor Gothic style in a quadrangle, surrounded by extensive grounds.
Cork Harbour is one of the finest natural harbours in the world.
www.iol.ie /~discover/orksee.htm   (1636 words)

 West Cork Open 2005
The West Cork Open Celtic Table Tennis Championships 2005 were played in Dunmanway with players travelling from all over the province including Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Cork.
West Cork was well represented in all nine-age categories.
Defending champion Emma Jane Helen from the Kinneigh Club went into the event as the favourite but with a number of girls keen on taking the West Cork's girl crown she started poorly and was severly pushed by Ballincollig Open Champion Clare O'Callaghan in the Semi final stage.
homepage.eircom.net /~ojk/wcopen.htm   (684 words)

 Good School Guide - Ireland - EFL schools
On the south coast, the historic city of Cork is the republic's second city.
North Mon Language Institute (Cork): A small friendly school in modern purpose-built premises in Cork city.
West of Ireland Schools of English (WISE) (Western region): The school is located in a splendid Victorian building in the centre of Ballina, Co. Mayo, home town of Ireland's former President Mary Robinson.
www.englishforum.com /00/schools/irl   (782 words)

 West Cork Accommodation - Holiday Cottages in West Cork, Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
If you are planning a break in West Cork and are looking for cottages to rent in this beautiful part of Ireland, we can help you find the accommodation you are looking for.
For home owners in West Cork who wish to rent out their holiday houses, we offer a complete selection of property management services that can be individually tailored to cater for your specific requirements.
All our clients can rest assured that their valuable investment here in West Cork will be conscientiously cared for which is especially comforting to our overseas owners with whom we have particular expertise.
www.jgpropertymanagement.com   (389 words)

 The Irish News Online
The collection, which includes original scores, correspondence, possessions and 2,000 books, is to be housed in University College Cork’s Boole Library after the university was given more than half a million euro by the Government to purchase and preserve it.
The presentation was part of Taoiseach Bertie Ahern’s tour of the Lewis Glucksman Gallery at UCC and was made to the accompaniment of surviving members of O’Riada’s ensemble.
The Taoiseach was in Cork for a number of engagements, including the Government’s weekly cabinet meeting which was held in the city to mark its recognition as European Capital of Culture 2005.
www.irishnews.com /access/breakingnews/story.asp?j=118801152&p=yy88xy7z8&n=118801739&x=   (567 words)

 Glendine Bed and Breakfast in Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland
Glendine Bed and Breakfast accommodation Clonakilty, West Cork is a modern, comfortable, beautifully decorated home, with spacious en suite bedrooms.
Glendine Bed and Breakfast accommodation Clonakilty, West Cork is Tourist Board Approved so why not take a look inside and see what we have to offer you.
Glendine Bed and Breakfast Clonakilty, West Cork is a member of Town and Country Homes Association.
www.glendine.com   (159 words)

 Sandycove Beach Villas Rosscarbery West Cork Self catering vacation rental holiday homes outside Rosscarbery West Cork ...
The picturesque village of Glandore is a short drive as is Duneen golf course 6miles or for the more experienced golfer The Old Head at Kinsale is within striking distance Four star Bórd Fáilte approved.
Rosscarbery village is 3 km and boasts a leisure centre at the hotel as well as tennis and basketball courts, childrens play area, restaurants and shops.
Double bed and ensuite shower room and balcony in one bedroom, double bed in the second bedroom, single in the third.
www.sandycovebeach.com   (393 words)

 Coaction West Cork   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
CoAction West Cork was founded in Bantry in 1974 by a group of parents who wanted to ensure that their children who had intellectual disabilities would be educated in their own community.
CoAction is now the main service provider to people with intellectual disabilities in West Cork and currently provides services to over 330 children and adults with intellectual disabilities throughout West Cork.
CoAction West Cork are celebrating 30 years of service to people with intellectual Disabilities and their families.
westcorkweb.ie /Coaction   (358 words)

 RTE News - Over 160 jobs to go at west Cork plant
More than 160 jobs are to go at a pharmaceutical plant in west Cork.
Staff at Schering-Plough, which is based at Brinny near Innishannon, were told by management this lunchtime that the workforce is to be reduced from around 700 to 545 over the next three months.
Schering-Plough has blamed a build-up of stock produced in Cork for the latest lay-offs, after projected sales growth failed to materialise.
www.rte.ie /news/2005/0203/jobs01.html   (207 words)

 West Cork Golf Clubs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
If you are planning a holiday in the West Cork and Kerry area you will find a very good choice of courses to play.
So, why not base yourself in West Cork and enjoy the variety of golf on offer by The West Cork Clubs.
The clubs have a unique inter-club set of competitions annually, for all handicap categories, for the honour of being the winner of the West Cork Shield.
www.skibbgolf.com /west_cork_clubs.htm   (100 words)

 IRELAND LOCAL.IE, Ireland, Northern and Southern, Irish Information, Cork West Hotels, Vacation, Cork West City Map
Cork West City Council, the Municipal Local Authority for the City of Cork West, Ireland.
The interactive map of Cork West City and Cork West City centre, with its searchable street index of approx.
Cork West Corporation, the Municipal Local Authority for the City of Cork West, Ireland.
www.local.ie /general/map/cork_west.shtml   (446 words)

 West Cork Tours   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Renowned for it's breathtaking scenery and natural beauty, a tour of West Cork is a must for any visitor to the area.
Because the Gulf Stream laps against our Atlantic shores it brings with it some spectacular fishing, unusual bird life as well as some of the warmest temperatures in Ireland which result in some beautiful if not unusual plants and flowers.
West Cork Tours offer a variety of full-day and 1/2 day tours that will allow you to experience the beauty and actively take part in the West Cork way of life.
www.westcorktours.com   (176 words)

 Skibbereen Baltimore Cork Ireland West Cork
Known as the "capital of West Cork", Skibbereen is a thriving market town, filled with shops, restaurants and pubs.
The West Cork Arts Centre is based here, along with many social organisations and educational institutions.
www.westcorkmusic.ie) hosts the famous West Cork Chamber Music Festival, as well as other festivals and concerts throughout the year.
www.inishbeg.com /towns.htm   (880 words)

 Skibbereen, golf, ireland, west cork,
The golf club is situated in the heart of West Cork, a very beautiful part of
There are lovely views over the surrounding countryside - from the 12th hole you can see Skibbereen town to the east, to the south the wooded hills around the unique salt water lake of Lough Hyne, to the west the harbour at Baltimore and further west Mount Gabriel with the two air traffic control domes.
With its proximity to the sea and the Gulf Stream this area enjoys a mild climate and the course is playable all year round.
www.skibbgolf.com   (268 words)

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