Nuacht TG4 will be filming a report at the Community Centre on Sunday next January 21st at 2pm. They will be covering our Pride of Place victory. Everybody is invited to attend.
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Blood Donation Clinic at the Community Centre taking place on Wednesday 6th July from 5pm to 8:30pm
A public meeting to discuss plans to expand Cork city will be held on Wednesday July 5th in Carrigtwohill Community Centre at 8pm.
The Annual General Meeting of Carrigtwohill Community Council Limited will be held in the Community Centre on Tuesday April 18th at 8pm. This meeting is open to the public and you are invited to come along and hear how your Community Council performed over the past year. Elections to Community Council will be held this […]
Carrigtwohill Community Council Limited invites applications for the post of Community Campus Administrator Applicants must qualify for employment under the CSP scheme. The successful candidate will need excellent communication and customer service skills with the confidence and ability to work on his/her own initiative. He/she will play a key role in the administration, […]
Friday 30th December 2016 Carrigtwohill All Weather Facility 1.30pm Carrigtwohill United B v Knockraha 3pm Carrigtwohill United A v St John Bosco’s
The closing date for receipt of submissions for inclusion in the upcoming Winter edition of the Carrigtwohill Community News in Tuesday November 15th. Please email to email@example.com or ring Dave 087-6290574 or Annette on 021-4882265 (mornings)
Carrigtwohill Vintage Club will hold an open night in the Community Centre on Friday November 9th from 8 to 10pm. Anyone who wishes to find out more about the club or anyone who wants to join the club are more than welcome to call in on the night for a chat to the club members.
Knotweed in Carrigtwohill There have been several reports of knotweed infestations in Carrigtwohill. The Community Council is undertaking a survey to establish the extent of the problem with a view to instigating a treatment programme. What is Knotweed? Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) was introduced into Europe during the mid-nineteenth century as an ornamental plant. It […]