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Various Funding to Skibbereen & District

Some of the funding brought to Skibbereen and DistrictSkibbereen Town


Area
Skibbereen Schull Glandore Baltimore
    Goleen Union Hall Cape Clear
    Mizen Leap Sherkin
      Castlehaven  
2016
Community Hospital  €          2,590,000
Flood Relief Scheme Approx.  €        15,000,000
2015
 National Schools €5,500 each ++  €                33,000 16500 16500 11000
Skibbereen Minor Flood Mitigation  €                72,000
Spearline Labs 20 Jobs
Meenvane Schull  €        20,000
Glandore YC  €            8,000
O’Donovan Rossa  €              100,000
Skibb Rowing  €              100,000
Skibb Sports Centre  €                28,000
WC Kayaking Club  €                12,000
REDZ – Skibb  €                50,000
Goleen Comm Council  €        38,066
Schull Preschool  €          3,396
Union Hall Playschool  €            4,134
Leap + Glandore  €            9,566
Naionrai Skibb  €                   3,847
Cape Clear Dredging  €            400,000
Duffy’s Pier  €            250,000
Carrigilihy  €          51,000
Ctownshend Ladder  €                   3,750
Cape Clear Water  €        5,000,000
Dock Pier Sherkin  €              15,000
Hare Island  €              15,000
Sherkin Funding Non Gaeltacht  €              50,000
West Cork Arts Centre Uillinn  €          2,500,000
Ctownshend NS  Windows
Cape Clear  €          1,996,000
Geriatric Centre  €              120,000
Family Resource Centre  €                   6,800
2014
Sherkin Visual Arts – Dept.  €              25,000
Sherkin Visual Arts – CCC  €              25,000
Baltimore Pontoon  €              90,000
Aughadown Comm Council  €                   8,500
Baltimore Hrb Comm Council  €              33,000
Castlehaven GAA  €        141,000
Crookhaven Hbr Sailing Club  €        32,000
Glandore YC  €          12,000
Cape Clear North Hrb  €        1,300,000
Skibb Deelish Pier  €                27,000
Baltimore Pier  €                36,000
Barleycove Beach  €        45,000
Glandore Pier  €        180,000
2013
Cape Clear  €        4,000,000
Skibbereen  New School
Aughadown ICA  €                      270
Caheragh ICA  €                      250
Castlehaven Union Hall  €                260
Friends of Skibb  €                      260
Sherkin Island Dev.  €                    300
Skibb Active + Social  €                      270
West Cork Older Netword  €                      270
Skibbereen Arts Festival  €                   4,000
Cape Clear Island Storytelling  €                3,500
Normandy Ireland Schull  €        30,854
Keelbeg Spooling Winch  €              50,000
Schull Sheet Piles  €        34,000
Baltimore  €        1,165,000
2012
Baltimore Sailing Club  €                9,000
Castlehaven GAA  €          16,000
Glandore Harbour YC  €          25,000
Goleen Comm Council  €        22,000
Ilen Rovers GAA  €                55,000
O’Donovan Rossa  €                60,000
Skibbereen Rowing Club  €                40,000
Skibb Sports Centre  €                19,500
Schull Harbour Sailing Club  €        20,000
Skibbereen New School  €          2,250,000
Visual Arts Sherkin – Dept.  €              25,000
Visual Arts Sherkin – CCC.  €              25,000
Schull Pier and Slipway  €        50,000
Keelbeg Seg Pierpooling Winch  €              65,000
Baltimore Western Pier  €              39,000
RoRo Slipway  €              21,000
North Pier Extension  €              25,000
North Pier Phase 1  €            150,000
North Pier Phase 2  €            745,000
Sailing Club Slipway  €              35,000
Inner Harbour Pontoon  €              70,000
Breakwater design  €              30,000
Foreshore Licence Fees  €            135,000
2011
Flood Mitigation  €                10,000
Baltimore Harbour  €        1,280,000
Opening of Mizen Head Bridge
 €        25,126,717  €     311,816  €        463,460  €      15,086,800
         
     Totals:    €  40,988,793
 Wild Atlantic Way

Various Funding to Bantry District from 2011 to date

Bantry House overlooking Bantry BaySome of the funding brought to Bantry and District since 2011

  Bantry Durrus Ballydehob Kilcrohane  Kealkil 
2011
Bantry Town Pier Deck Raising  €            400,000
WCork Literary & Music Festivals – Arts  €            227,016
WCork Literary & Music Festivals – CCC  €              16,000
WCork Literary & Music Festivals – F.Irl  €              57,500
Murphy’s Irish Seafood  €        33,750.00
Keohane Seafoods  €        42,210.00
2012
Stroke Unit in Bantry Opened
Bantry Sailing Club Pontoon  €              70,000
Bantry Pier – Derrick  €              70,000
Bantry Water Scheme  €            515,260
Amazon  28 Jobs
WCork Literary & Music Festivals – Arts  €            235,004
WCork Literary & Music Festivals – CCC  €              33,000
WCork Literary & Music Festivals – F.Irl  €              50,956
2013
Rainbow Childcare  €                2,691
community Playgroup  €            3,950
Bantry Bay Harbour  €            100,000
Fastnet Mussels Bantry  €            155,415
WCork Literary & Music Festivals – Arts  €            233,000
WCork Literary & Music Festivals – CCC  €              37,625
WCork Literary & Music Festivals – F.Irl  €              40,625
Durrus + Dist Comm Council  €     186,180
Ballydehob Ceili  €                270
Ballydehob ICA  €                250
Bantry ARA  €                    300
Bantry ICA  €                    250
Deerpark Nursing Home  €                    260
2014
Ballydehob Scoil Bride  Upgrade of
Rushnacahara NS Bantry  Upgrade of
Kealkil NS  New Toilets
Kilcrohane NS  Roof repairs
CCC Storm Restoration  €        2,000,000
Gorteen Pier  €                9,000
Kilcrohane Pier  €          27,000
Keohane Seafoods  €            111,520
Durrus Pier Upgrade  €       30,000
St. Colums Camogie  €              1,900
Durrus + Dist Comm Council  €         6,500
Bantry Blues  €              90,000
2015
Bantry Port Harbour  €        8,500,000
Durrus –  Ladder  €         3,750
Bantry Hospital  €        2,500,000
Bantry Sailing Club  €                9,000
Bantry Blues  €              80,000
Bantry Harbour  €              25,000
Bantry House  €                4,000
Storm Damage Restoration  €            750,000
Coomhola Childcare  €              8,191
Roaringwater  €    22,500.00
All National Schools €5,500 each ++
2016
Bantry Hospital  €        1,820,000
Bantry House  €                7,000
 West Cork Music + Literary Festivals  €50,000      
   €      18,276,382  €     226,430  €          26,970  €          27,000   €           10,091
           
    Total  €  18,566,873
Wild Atlantic Way

Various Funding 2011 to date for Beara Peninsula

Some of the Funding brought to (or earmarked for) the Beara Peninsula 2011 to dateBeara

Beara CTBere Allihies Eyeries Bere Adrigole Glengarriff
Garnish Ardgroom Island
2011 Urhan
Beara Youth Dev. Project  €     104,500
Trvarra Upgrade  €          90,500
Garnish Island  €  2,400,000
2012
Pallas Sheet Piles  €          23,500
CTB Fish Co-Op  €          55,000
CTB Fish Co-Op  €          26,000
Bere Island Pontoon  €    18,000
Garnish GAA  €    55,000
Allihies Community Centre  €    18,000
Caha Centre Childcare  €      10,000
Eyeries Community Dev.  €          26,000
2013
Dromard CTB  €            6,000
Travarra Pier  €          27,000
Kilcatherine Sea Wall  €          34,000
Pallas Sheet Piles  €          34,000
Shellfish de la Mer  €        165,224
CTB Comm Care Go for Life  €                260
Glengarriff ICA  €              250
Rossmacowen Ladies Group  €                260
Bere Island ARA  €          270
Caha Centre  €            260
CTB Wmn’s Fitness Club  €                270
Eyeries Community Care  €                250
2014
CCC Storm Restoration  €  2,000,000
CTBere Fisheries Maintenance  €        950,000
Travarra Pier  €          13,500
Dursey Island Pier  €      9,450
Cleandra Pier  €          22,500
Pallas Pier  €          36,000
CTBere Fisherman’s Co-Op  €        289,228
Glengarriff Sportsfield  €        70,000
Eyeries Tidy Towns Committee  €          20,000
Bere Island Projects  €      7,500
Adrigole GAA  €      16,000
Survey – CTBere Harbour  €        100,000
2015
Allihies Community Centre  €      1,500
Eyeries Community Care  €            3,000
CTB Harbour Slipway  €        400,000
Power points & Elec Upgrade  €        350,000
Sanitary Facilities  €          90,000
Water Network – Dinish  €          20,000
Site investigation  €          30,000
Adrigole NS  Windows
Eyeries NS  Windows
Glengarriff NS  Windows
Bere Island non Gaeltacht  €  135,000
B Island Heritage  €      1,000
Ballydonegan  €    48,750
Loughanebeg  €    37,500
Berthing Facilities  €        100,000
Harbour Offices  €          50,000
CTBere Pier extension  €  20,000,000
Eyeries Playgroup  €            4,875
Allihies Parish Co-Op – Heritage Project  €    38,066
Bere Island Heritage  €    38,066
REDZ Ctbere  €          44,500
Lehanemore Co-Op  €    63,000
Garnish GAA  €      3,000
Beara – Storm Restoration  €        25,000
Primary Schools €5500 per school ++  €            5,500  €      5,500  €          11,000  €      5,500  €      11,000  €        11,000
2016
St. Joseph’s Community Hospital  €    1,004,000
Harbour Users Toilet + Shower Facilities  €          90,000
Harbour Slipway  €          40,000
Quayside Electrical Upgrade  €        150,000
Harbour Offices Upgrade  €        250,000
Replacement of Water Network – Dinish  €        450,000
Dinish Bridge Survey  €          80,000
CCTV  €          70,000
 €  2,129,500  €  24,839,742  €  279,766  €        322,625  €  205,336  €      37,260  €  2,481,250
 Overall Total:  €  30,295,479

Investment of €17.87m for Community Hospitals in West Cork – Harrington

Noel with Minister VaradkarFine Gael TD for Cork South West, Noel Harrington, has said that the announcement of €17.87m for Community Hospitals in West Cork will make a significant difference for elderly people in our communities.

“7 Community Hospitals in West Cork – Castletownbere, Dunmanway, Bandon, Clonakilty, Skibbereen, Kinsale and Bantry are to receive €17.87m in funding for upgrades and refurbishment.  “This is a hugely significant investment for our Community Hospitals in West Cork, and reflects the Government’s determination to maintain the current numbers of public nursing home beds and to ensure all Community Hospitals will be compliant with HIQA standards by 2021.  I have often raised this issue with the Minister, most recently in a Parliamentary Question last September.

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