primary school is St. Colman's National School. Sport *Cloyne GAA is the local Gaelic Athletic Association club. They play in the traditional kit of red and black stripes. The club has two grounds known locally as the "old" and "new" pitches.
in the town had also developed with William Harper founding the Maghull School in Damfield Lane, the location of Maricourt Catholic High School, in 1815 under the terms of his will. In 1839 the National School (National school (England and Wales)), later St Andrew's Church of England School, was built with the earlier school in a small cottage, which still stands, became the headmaster's house. Money for the school, which cost £450 7s 0d (£450.35p), was raised by local subscription
- the '''Baile Bhuire Set''' The Baile Bhuire Set Amenities and attractions thumb right Ruin of former Colthurst residence, The Mills Inn, Ballyvourney (File:Ruin of old Mill, The Mill Inn, Ballyvourney - geograph.org.uk - 756286.jpg) St. Gobnet's Wood is an old 30 ha woodland mainly planted in old Sessile Oak. The local national school is called ''Scoil Aban Naofa'' and is named after Aban a saint associated
. Mr.Horgan was the long-time Principal of Bansha Boys National School in succession to Masters Pat Leahy and David Dee and also managed his own public house in Barrack Street. He also grew his own sallies on the river bank within the confines of his long-walk garden, now sadly no more. These sallies made an occasional appearance in class and were an effective deterrent to wayward pupils. Nonthelass, he was a much loved character, reminiscent of Oliver Goldsmith's "Village Schoolmaster"
, and the streets are laid out to form a C, U, B, and A. A great place to use as a home base for caving and exploring the area is the National School of Speleology in El Moncada. The School is located at one of the main entrances to the Gran Caverna de Santo Tomas. For a low price, you can rent a room or bed, have meals, and guide service. The School is rustic, but for real explorers the location can't be beat. For more information contact Eduardo, the School manager, by phone at 681274
* Official Blarney Castle website * Website of Blarney secondary school, Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál * Blarney Boy's National School Website * The official website of Blarney United FC * Blarney GAA's website * Blarney
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census2006_Table_6.pdf History Education The village and its environs are served by Coachford National School and Coachford College. The College has a catchment area spread towards Macroom and Ballincollig, Bandon (Bandon, County Cork) and Kanturk, taking a large rural area near Cork City. There are roughly 600 students. An extension was completed in 2002 and provides the college with a sports hall. * 25 September 1902. A special
period, and later the Free State movement, lived in Clonakilty and attended the local boys' national school. He is widely regarded as one of Ireland's leading historical figures. He was killed by an Anti-Treaty ambush party during the Civil War (Irish Civil War). He gave many an oration from O'Donovan's Hotel on the Main Street of Clonakilty. A statue of Michael Collins by local artist Kevin Holland was erected in the centre of Clonakilty and dedicated in 2002. It can be seen at the junction of Bridge Street and Emmet Square. thumb right 226px Michael Collins (Irish leader) Michael Collins (Image:Iarthair Chorcaí 116.jpg) monument. Kennedy Gardens at Emmet (Robert Emmett) square in the centre of town are named after John F. Kennedy. In June 2012, Clonakilty was damaged by flooding. Community pulls together to ensure it’s business as usual in Clonakilty ''Irish Examiner''. Retrieved 19 July 2012. Clonakilty was founded on 5 May 1613. On the 5th of May 2013 President Michael D. Higgins and his wife visited the town to commemorate 400 years since it obtained its charter from the king. Public service acknowledged by President at Clonakilty Town Council civic reception Southern Star (The Southern Star (County Cork)) Retrieved 20 May 2013 Transport WikiPedia:Clonakilty Dmoz:Regional Europe Ireland Cork Localities Clonakilty Commons:Category:Clonakilty