Posted by Lisa McCarthy at Thursday, November 2nd, 2017 12:00am
Enjoy 5 Star Breakfast while supporting Cork Simon Community and share the joy of Christmas with those who need it the most this December, the team at Hayfield Manor wish to spread some festive cheer and hope to give a little something each day to help those in need. Midweek throughout the month of December the hotel will donate 50% of the price of every non resident’s breakfast to Cork Simon Community. So why not do something different this festive season and gather a group of customers, colleagues or friends to enjoy Hayfield Manor's famous full Irish breakfast, safe in the knowledge that you are also supporting the outstanding work of Cork Simon Community.
Posted by Lisa McCarthy at Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 12:00am
The Christmas Cracker Cycle in aid of Marymount takes place Saturday 2nd December!
Leaving from Marymount University Curraheen Co. Cork.
Posted by Lisa McCarthy at Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 12:00am
Are you living in the Cork region and interested in starting your journey to positive mental health and recovery?
GROW is focused on recovery and helping people to develop coping skills by providing weekly practical, positive steps (12 steps).
Posted by Lisa McCarthy at Friday, October 14th, 2016 12:00am
Aware offers three weekly support groups in Cork, all meeting at the Inniscarraig Centre, Erinville Hospital Complex (Pedestrian access only via the Western Road, Vehicle entrance via Dyke Parade (Mardyke). Tuesday and Thursday groups meet each week @ 8 pm and are open to all adults with depression or bipolar disorder. The Wednesday group is for young adults aged 18-26 approx. who have depression or bipolar disorder, and this group also meets at 8 pm.
Posted by Dave O'Regan at Thursday, November 12th, 2015 5:49pm
RedFM are joining forces with ChangeX to make improvements around Cork.
Posted by Rebecca Noonan at Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 10:03am
The Academy of Popular Music is delighted to present ‘Mini American Idol’ Singing Competition this November, in association with the Cork City Council. The judge is American Idol Vocal Coach Adriana McPhee who is coming from LA and will be judging the final on Friday 6th November!
Posted by Rebecca Noonan at Thursday, September 10th, 2015 10:46am
A blacktie Charity Ball is taking place in Cork City Hall on 10th October to celebrate the achievements of a team of wheelchair users who rallied behind an 85% paralysed man’s attempt to complete a 55,000 step ‘marathon’ in an Exoskeleton, supplied by www.rollingball.ie, to raise funds to keep the device in Ireland.
The event, which is called the ‘Walk with Me Challenge’, is being run by the charity Helpful Steps , in conjunction with The Lions Clubs of Ireland , and all proceeds will go towards the purchase of the exoskeleton machine, which is based in a public gym, Elite, in Cork, so that all suitable wheelchair users in Ireland can access it.
Posted by Rebecca Noonan at Thursday, September 10th, 2015 10:20am
The coopsuperstores.ie Macra na Feirme Annual Conference was officially launched at the Rochestown Park Hotel on Friday 21st August. The annual conference, better known as the Rally, is being hosted by Muskerry Macra this year. Rally chairperson Margaret Galvin addressed the crowd, giving detail on what to expect from the weekend. The theme of this year’s agricultural conference is Inspiration for this Generation – taking the next step. It promises to be a positive and interactive event and will showcase some exceptional farms in the Muskerry region.
Posted by Rebecca Noonan at Tuesday, September 1st, 2015 9:54am
The Mercy Hospital Foundation is calling on companies, schools and individuals to participate in Genes Day on Friday 16th October and raise funds for an 18 month research study that could change the way bowel cancer patients are treated in Ireland in the future.
Posted by Dave O'Regan at Monday, August 31st, 2015 4:11pm
KC and Jay got up EXTRA early to welcome the Royal Princess to our fair county. The crew clearly knew where their bread was buttered with this song.
Posted by Rebecca Noonan at Tuesday, August 18th, 2015 4:41pm
Posted by Dave O'Regan at Friday, July 31st, 2015 7:09pm
To celebrate becoming Cork's Number 1 Radio Station we rewarded some of our listeners with ice-cream from Glanmire Ices!
Posted by Cork's RedFM at Friday, July 17th, 2015 6:38pm