- Eimear Collins (soprano)
- Dan Twomey (tenor)
- David Keating (guitarist)
- Abby and Stephen (Trad. Folk)
- David O’ Sullivan (piano)
- Bernadette and Csheuli Gabuya (singers)
This Saturday, April 23, is our Big Spring Clean. Please come along and give a hand and help us make Douglas an even more enjoyable place to live. We meet at 10.30 am outside the Douglas Community Centre and we estimate that we finish up at around 12.30 – just in time for lunch! We provide all the equipment needed.
We have contacted all Cork South-Central candidates running in the 2016 elections on February 2nd via email. Below is the content of this email:
In an effort to ensure that Douglas Village remains a picturesque and environmentally friendly place to live in, to work in and to visit, Douglas Tidy Towns has decided to follow in the footsteps of other towns such as Cobh, Clonakilty and Blarney and to ask all the candidates in the upcoming General Election not to erect any election posters in Douglas Village.
Specifically, we are asking you not to put up any election posters in the following areas:
– Douglas East (including the Village)
– Douglas West
– Church Road
– Slip Road to Well Road junction
– Slip Road to South Douglas Road
– Tramway Terrace to Fingerpost Roundabout.
The attached map may be of assistance. We are asking you not erect any posters inside the red boundary on the map.
We would also like candidates to:
– show restraint regarding the number and size of election posters
– refrain from erecting posters on green spaces
– remove the posters and cable ties in a timely manner after the General Election.
Your co-operation in this matter would be very much appreciated.
If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to email us at this email address.
Best of luck in the campaign.
Thanks and regards,
Douglas Tidy Towns
Our annual Musical Evening is fast approaching and as in the previous years we have a great lineup of local talent:
MC for the Evening Philip McTeggart
Rochestown Park Hotel, Wednesday, November 4th, 8pm
All proceeds from this evening will be shared between Douglas Tidy Towns and Varanasi Children’s Hospital India. Varanasi Children’s Hospital provides vital services – malnutrition programmes, health promotion and educational support – for the most vulnerable victims of poverty, children. The founder, Corkman Pat Mc Mahon, was named Cork Person of the Month in July 2015.
Tickets are €10 each and are available from Douglas Community Association (021 4894955) or by calling Marian on 087-6555762
We are still looking for spot prizes – if you or your company would like to donate one please get in touch!
(The picture above shows members of Note Perfect)