A night of celebration and remembrance for Marie Collins who passed away in January 2018 will take place on the August Bank Holiday Sunday (4th) in Knocknagree Church, Co. Cork and all proceeds are going to Sudden Adult Death Ireland. In store for those in attendance is an evening of traditional music, song and dance hosted by Three-in-a-row All-Ireland Champions, The Shandrum Céilí Band.
Concert organiser Timmy Collins said: My mom, Marie, has been described as a pillar of the community and was adored by many. Originally from Knocknagree, she married my Dad, Danny, in 1992 and made the big move to Doon, Kiskeam. She loved music and bestowed upon me, more so than anyone else, my love and loyalty for Sliabh Luachra music. I also got my skill for organisation and social media from her, long before she set up her business DigiPulse Marketing. We will remember and celebrate her at this very special event – Ní hé líon na bport, ach feabhas an cheoil. [read more …] “Music for Marie: The Shandrum Céilí Band in Concert This Sunday at 8pm in Knocknagree Church”
Knocknagree Fairfield Tidy Towns
Sincere congratulations to Knocknagree on achieving 2nd place in the Anti-Litter Challenge Group B in Cork County. Tremendous credit is due to the wonderfully dedicated local group whose very impressive website is seen above. We thank Stephen O’Sullivan of Cork Co. Council for alerting us to this uplifting news regarding one of our very welcoming neighbouring villages. We encourage you to check out their Facebook Page indicated above. (S.R.)
[read more …] “Knocknagree Achieves 2nd place in the Anti-Litter Challenge Group B in Cork County”
Update: Looks like Sarah is sorted. She left this comment on the facebook cross-post for this article: “Thanks everyone for your responses! One wonderful member even went so far as to speak to a local person and find the exact location and to send me pictures! I am overwhelmed and excited”.
Would anyone be able to help Sarah who sent us this request
I am wondering if you know of any artists who paint, photograph or sketch sights from Knocknagree? My great grandmother came from Mountcain in Knocknagree and I’d love to see an image of the area and perhaps purchase it as a gift for my mother. Thank you for any help you might be able to provide!
Mountcain is between Knocknagree and Munster Joinery [Google maps]