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Spending time in Glanmire, Co Cork, Ireland

This is a list to promote my local community. Following on from a July hangout we thought we ought to create a list of reasons why people should come to Glanmire. I am thinking this list should have people, places and projects

Cafe Beva restaurant in Glanmire Co.Cork Ireland

Cafe Beva in Glanmire Cork. Cork Restaurant in Ireland.Cafe restaurant in Glanmire Cork.

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Dog Grooming: Muddy Paws

Dog Grooming: Muddy Paws

Located right next to the vet [Cashman & O'Driscoll] at Riverstown Cross... you can phone Natasha on
021 4823644.
She grooms our dog & we're very pleased with the job she does...

CoderDojo - Youth Coding Clubs Movement

Glanmire Coderdojo
Ages 7-17
Saturday 8th September 10-12
GACA, Riverstown Cross, Glanmire

Photo gallery | Future Orchard Trust

Elaine Garde-Wulff explains the Future Orchard Concept

Orchards are very special gardens, for most they are perceived as places not just of sanctity and tranquillity but of great abundance. Perhaps reverence for the Apple tree might be a good example of the human connection to nature, at its best. It was most likely this positive view which lead to the overwhelming support of a proposal to create a collectively owned Orchard in Cork. With a working title of ‘Future Orchard” the project started in 2009 with a personal commitment to see it through, whatever the challenges. Inspired more for its potential as a creative space, than as some replica of a certain biblical story, it has been an journey of considerable interest for all of us that have got involved.

A little hectare of land with as many as 100 shareholders, Future orchard was set up as a small scale ecological enterprise, using a model that rejects the need for loans, capital investment or any dependency on grants.

Tír Na Nóg (A Portal Experience)

Tir na nog is a place from Folklore that is full of everything and people never get old.

Tir na nog (a portal experience) is an Art project which is creating Portals (a doorway) to this other world

Being a Portal bearer (owner) you have a map with a specific G.P.S. code and a large amount of special currency you can spend there. You become rich beyond your dreams.

You don't join the project. You buy or trade a Portal and then you are part of the evolving Artwork. You can continue to value your currency and find out more about this new world of abundance which you have found.

The golden Acorn currency as an index of Value is the real key to the Portal go dti Tir na nOg......

Ryans SuperValu

SuperValu Online Shopping, great supermarket for local produce, helpful staff and supporting the community with its bag packs & funding community initiatives

Get fresh fish in a great shop: Ballycotton Seafood

You can get great fresh fish in Glanmire. If you like fish - or want to see the latest catch displayed well - this is a top class place worth travelling to visit.

It was great news when this family business (with a good reputation) moved in to Glanmire in 2012. Saves me travelling to the English Market in Cork city centre (where the fish are magnificent).

Their website says "We offer a vast array of fresh fish and shell fish, smoked fish, exotic fish and Ballycotton Seafood artisan oven ready seafood in all our shops. We also offer a range of complimentary products in our shops. We cook our artisan range of seafood on a daily basis using the best of fresh fish and locally sourced natural ingredients. This range changes on a daily basis as our chef and kitchen team try out new ideas and recipes. These products are convenient and easy to cook. The range includes sauces, Fisherman Pie, Salmon Tartlets, Seafood Vol au Vent, Seafood Quiche, Seafood Lasagne, to mention but a few. We also have stuffed Garlic Mussels."
But, for me, the reason to visit this shop is the fresh fish which they'll gut & ready for me to cook myself. (By the way I have no commercial relationship whatsoever with this local shop - it's simply great to have them in Glanmire.)
This is the audio I recorded the first time I went into the shop:
http://audioboo.fm/boos/697895-ballycotton-seafood-welcome-to-glanmire

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Riverstown / Brooklodge Football Club

Riverstown / Brooklodge Football Club

Glanmire's Soccer Club, For boys and girls 7 - 16, also u17, u19 and two adult mens teams and senior girls as well. Full range of ages catered for. Contact John Gilroy 085 7759893

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Glanmire Labour Party

Advice Centre U2C Crestfield Centre Glanmire (above the Post Office); contact Cllr Noel Costello or Senator John Gilroy 087 2799608

Monkey Maze: Indoor Kids Play Centre,

Want a great place for your kids & you to hangout? I've been lots of times over 5 years - There's even good free WiFi
The website says:
"Monkey Maze is Europe's largest indoor activity centre and party venue for kids in Cork. Our giant 4 level adventure play maze complete with tunnels, slides, ball cannons and more will provide exciting and safe entertainment and exercise for children up to the age of 11 years. A soft play area for younger kids and toddlers caters for mini monkeys.

Monkey Maze is the perfect venue for birthday parties, school tours and other group outings. Our kitchen caters for all your all your requirements from tea and scones, to hot dinners, sandwiches and baby food.

Security tags are placed on all children entering the facility to ensure parents can relax and enjoy reading the newspaper or magazines, watching a match on our widescreen tvs, or just enjoying seeing their children benefit from our developmental play areas and getting exercise at the same time as having lots of family fun.

Visit Monkey maze from 10am to 6.30pm every weekday and all weekend.

Call us now on 021 482 0674 or email info@monkeymaze.ie with any questions or bookings"

The Glanmire Medical Centre

The Medical Centre provides primary health care in the Glanmire region. My GP is Dr Margaret Kiely and she is a great doctor. It is a great team there with Nurse Murphy, the receptionists and Dr Grufferty for minor surgical procedures. Along with Physio Val and my Dentist is there too

Paul O'Mahony (Cork) : WeFollow Twitter Directory

Paul O'Mahony (Cork) profile on WeFollow. Find Twitter celebrities, music, TV personalities, or new Twitter users in your city. WeFollow is a directory of Twitter users organized by interests. Find likeminded friends today!

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Elaine Garde

Elaine Garde

Creating the currency notes for Tir na nOg is a fascinating conversation. It is, as the notes are to be, ‘a conversation piece

Tomás Ó Canainn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tomás Ó Canainn (born 1930) is an Irish Uilleann piper, accordion player, singer, composer and writer. He was a founder of the group Na Fili with fiddler Matt Cranitch and whistle player Tom Barry in the late 1960s and 1970s. They gained considerable popularity and recorded several albums.

Glanmire House of Rock

Weekly Open House for young musicians in and around Glanmire, Cork, Ireland.

Dunsland Garden Centre

Peter is a great guy who knows what he is at when it comes to plants and all things horticultural

Cólaiste an Phiarsaigh

School where Irish is the language... It has a great reputation for education... about 550 students

Bank: Bank of Ireland

Local branch, located in Hazelwood Centre - opposite Ballycotton Fish shop...
Cashpoint machine outside... Friendly & helpful customer service staff inside

Toastmasters International - Home

Toastmasters Glanmire meets on second Wed in Sarsfield GAA Pavillion starting 12th September 2012 at 8pm
Become the Leader and Speaker you want to be

Rotary Club

T here's something that all Rotary club members have in common: We take action. As community volunteers, we reach out to neighbors in need. We build, support, and organize. We save lives. We work locally and globally.

Around the world and around the corner, the 1.2 million men and women of Rotary

Get involved in their communities
Connect with other professionals
Share their time and experience with young people
Support global causes, such as eradicating polio
Use their skills to help others
Eoghan O'Leary

Speaks at least Irish & English & probably some German too. He's very keen on rugby - huge supporter of Munster Rugby.
Drinks beer - not wine.
Can be found in Cafe Beva - in between the Library & the Undertakers.
Great storyteller & company. Probably busy building a great little company Akari Software