Local communities, organisations, and accommodation providers all over Cork are being asked to buy into the new Pure Cork Tourism brand aimed at boosting the county’s tourism offering.
Our corner of Cork needs to be represented too, so all interested parties are asked to submit your event, festival, business, or tourist attractions. The team at Pure Cork will receive your submission, review it and add it to Pure Cork website within 72 hours.
Here’s a sample of some of the entries they have for North Cork already:
Pure Cork is a work in progress so they will be adding towns and villages that haven’t been included over the coming weeks and months ahead.
— Submitted by Cllr John Paul O’Shea, who was at the Pure Cork meeting in Mallow Racecourse today
Tourism Roadshows are Pure Cork (Irish Examiner)
— DynamiteStudio (@dynamitecork) May 2, 2018
Roadshow no 1 moderated by (a breath of fresh air) @jonathanhealy who really immersed himself in #PureCork @corkracecourse this morning thank you 🙏🏻 @mayor_co_cork @DeclanHurley @johnpauloshea1 @RoseCarrollCork pic.twitter.com/40D42e7bU0
— Seamus Heaney (@heaney_seamus) May 23, 2018