Glandore had a monumental downpour on 3rd March Look at the water pouring down the street then over the harbour wall into the sea… this was at 08:30 in the morning.. Thanks to Mary J Casey for the images….
Currently within the web site we list all Local businesses that are related to the Hospitality business sector, i.e where to Stay, Eat or Drink, however, within Glandore there are many other small successful businesses that should be listed on the site for the benefit of our visitors and residents.
Fresh Vegetables all year round We are a family run vegetable farm supplying locally grown seasonal vegetables, we started market gardening 50 years ago. We grow seasonal vegetables, in summer its new potatoes lettuce and spring onions. In winter its potatoes carrots leeks kale, spinach, parsley and red cabbage. We […]
Professional painting and decorating executed with pride and passion, that stands the test of time. The O’Sullivan family has been providing painting and decorating services throughout West Cork and its environs for four generations. We adhere to the same principles established by our founder, Jack O’Sullivan, when he started the business in 1912.
Reliable – Quality – Pasterer Kevin McCarthy, plasterer, based in Glandore and covering Cork County. Services include new builds, renovations, restorations, extensions, attic conversions. Please call on 028 34812 or on the mobile at 086 1012056 Click on the link to get the full international number. or please email […]
Over 15 years experience, from new builds to renovations. Fully register and insured. Distance of project not an issue.
Flower Farm and florist Service All flowers grown naturally and hand picked and arranged in Glandore. Orders taken for special occasion bouquets and weddings.
The following dates have been confirmed for 2017: Community Coffee Morning Casey’s Sunday 4th June 11:00am – 1:00pm
RNLI Quiz Caseys Monday 24th July 9:00pm ( Teams of 4)
Christ Church was consecrated on the 12th September 1861 and since then has served the local Church of Ireland community. However in the summer of 2012 its future was at risk because of the dangerous condition of the tower
Just to let you know that the page about the Glandore Village Church that used to be available in the old site is now available on this new site and we expect more activity to be posted in regard to the Restoration Project