Archive for August, 2018

Eileen Whelan of Paco Tralee.

Fashion And Fun At Paco Event For Rehabcare Blennerville

August 1, 2018 at 11:09 am Comments are Disabled

HOT on the (high) heels of last month’s charity fashion and coffee morning for Recovery Haven at Paco on The Mall in Tralee, another great local service will benefit from an event this Friday. Eileen Whelan is welcoming people to a fashion show in aid of Rehabcare Blennerville starting from […]

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Talk On Fr William Ferris At Roger Casement Gathering In Tralee

Talk On Fr William Ferris At Roger Casement Gathering In Tralee

August 1, 2018 at 11:08 am Comments are Disabled

A TALK will take place on a very interesting priest who did much to preserve Irish culture and history in his home county and was a great supporter of Irish nationalism. ‘Giolla gan Eagla’: Fr William Ferris – fearless stalwart of the War of Independence in Kerry’ will be delivered by […]

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Repro Free: Friday July 27th 2018: Cork County Mayor, Cllr. Patrick Gerard Murphy, today announced this year’s winners of the €1.6 million Social Enterprise Development Fund at an event in Vertigo at Cork County Hall. The fund was set up to support social enterprises from across the country to achieve their goals and create measurable social impact that can be scaled all over Ireland. The €1.6 million fund, created by Social Innovation Fund Ireland in partnership with Local Authorities Ireland, is supported by IPB Insurance and the Department of Rural and Community Development from the Dormant Accounts Fund. Pictured are Helena Switzer of Kerry County Council with John Evoy of SIFI and  Elaine Kennedy, Courtney Sheehy of Food Share Kerry. Picture Jason Clarke

Tralee-Based Foodshare Is One Of 22 Social Enterprises To Share €1.6m Fund

August 1, 2018 at 10:38 am Comments are Disabled

TRALEE-BASED Foodshare, is one of the 22 successful initiatives to have won a place on Ireland’s prestigious Accelerator Programme designed specifically for social enterprises. Foodshare, based out of Waterloo Lane, addresses the issues of food poverty for people in low income households as well as food waste. It was set up […]

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