Category Archives: Community Involvement

Major Donation from The One Foundation boosts Cork Church of Ireland Charity’s efforts to restore Houses of Ukrainian Refugees

On behalf of the Kingston Charity Trust, which owns charity housing at Kingston College in Mitchelstown, County Cork, and has been providing residences for people in need since 1761, the Church of Ireland Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, Dr … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day – Community Event at St Mary’s Church, Doneraile

The Rev. Meurig Williams, Rector of Mallow Union, writes: It was very good to host a community event at St Mary’s Doneraile to celebrate International Women’s Day, with its theme this year of ‘Gender equality for a sustainable future.’   … Continue reading

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‘Pride of Cork Award’ presented to Bishop Paul Colton

At a ceremony on Friday 11th March in the Clayton Silver Springs Hotel in Cork, organised by Cork Civic Life and attended by more than 700 people, the Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, … Continue reading

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Medical Supplies Head from Cork into Ukraine with Support from Cork, Cloyne and Ross

Today, Tuesday 8th March, at 2 p.m. 5 van loads carrying 13 tonnes of medical supplies and aid contributed by Cork people and organisations in Cork will depart for Ukraine, driven by a team from the Cork City Missing Persons … Continue reading

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Saint Luke’s Home in Cork reaches 150 year Milestone in Caring for Older People

Saint Luke’s Home, a residential care home in Cork for older people which also established Ireland’s first specialist unit for people living with dementia, marked the start of its 150th anniversary year yesterday, 1st March 2022. ‘In fact we were … Continue reading

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