Clonakilty, Whiddy, Island, Carrigtwohill, Ballymacoda/Ladysbridge & Mitchelstown nominated for IPB Pride of Place Awards 2017
Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr Declan Hurly is today congratulating the five Cork towns nominated by Cork County Council for the 2017 IPB Pride of Place Competition, in association with Co-Operation Ireland.
The nominations are:-
- Ballymacoda/Ladysbridge Community Council Ltd, population between 300 and 1,000.
- Carrigtwohill Community Council, population between 2,000 and 5,000.
- Clonakilty, population greater than 5,000.
- Foresthall, Mitchelstown Community Council Ltd, Community Based Youth Initiative
- Whiddy Island, Islands & Coastal Communities.
The Pride of Place competition, now in its fifteenth year, has enjoyed tremendous success and continues to grow in popularity. The competition acknowledges the great work carried out by communities all over the island of Ireland. It also recognises the work undertaken to create viable, vibrant and visible communities while giving local authorities the opportunity to participate in the heart of their communities and contribute to their growth.
Judging will take place over the course of 3 days, from Monday 14th August to Wednesday 16th August, in each of the locations for between 2 and 3 hours.
Speaking in advance of the judging Mayor Hurley acknowledged the achievement for each community on receive their nomination, “As always, Cork County Council is very proud to support our local communities. I would like to wish Clonakilty, Carrigtwohill, Ballymacoda/Ladysbridge, Mitchelstown and Whiddy Island the very best of luck on their judging from myself and from the people of Cork.”