Avondhu Blackwater Partnership Welcome the opening of “The Farm”

Following the successful launch by Joanne O’Riordan, of The Farm in Grenagh last week, Avondhu Blackwater Partnership Chairman Sean Hegarty welcomed the project coming to fruition. Avondhu Blackwater Partnership were able to contribute almost €200,000 towards the tourism and heritage project which seeks to showcase the 1950-1970’s era in rural Ireland, and in particular the…

Avondhu Blackwater Partnership Community Development Training

Are you a new or existing Community Group? Avondhu Blackwater Partnership is currently offering Community Development training to members of community and voluntary groups. Course content, timing and duration will be tailored to meet the needs of your group. Modules can include Committee Skills, Project Planning, Financial Planning, Officers roles, Communication and PR (web-site and…

Fermoy Enhancement Works

Work on the Fermoy area landscaping plans are well underway with Rathcarrig estate receiving a significant greening of its parking space. Saturday the 11th of February saw the Irish Tree Centre undertake a significant amount of paving removal and replacement with box hedging, hornbeam and flowering trees. While the immediate impact of such works is…

Minister Hogan approves €196,000 approx. funding for a unique tourism and heritage attraction ‘The Farm’ Grenagh, Co Cork.

Phil Hogan, T.D., Minister for the Environment, Community & Local Government announced today (30th January, 2012) that he has given sanction to Avondhu/Blackwater Partnership Ltd to approve funding of up to €195,615.94 to “The Farm”,  Grenagh, Co Cork 
This funding, provided under the Diversification measure of the Rural Development Programme 2007-2013 will provide financial support…