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It brought him to faraway places he could never have imagined growing up in Ballylickey. He has featured regularly on RTÉ, has recorded albums, performed at home and in Britain, USA, China, Russia and Europe. This is a charming account of a happy life ...
Singer Seán Ó Sé recalls his shy childhood in school in <b>Ballylickey</b>
Ellen Hutchins, born in Ballylickey House in 1785, was Ireland's first female botanist. She discovered many species new to science. She died in Ardnagashel just before her 30th birthday in 1815, and was buried in an unmarked grave in Garryvurcha ...
Wall plaque marks grave of Irelands first female botanist
A FESTIVAL to celebrate the life of Ireland's first female botanist, Ballylickey-born Ellen Hutchins, will take place during this year's Heritage Week. The festival is being organised in and around Bantry to celebrate the life and work of Ellen ...
Festival pays tribute to first lady botanist
West Cork was the destination for my latest travel adventure for the 'This is Living' series on The Moncrieff Show. The first stop on my trip was Ballylickey, a small town just north of Bantry. My lodgings for the night were at the secluded Seaview ...
#ThisisLiving: West Cork
AN 86-year old man who was involved in a road traffic collision at Ballylickey on the Glengarriff to Bantry Road at 10am on Monday morning has been taken to Cork University Hospital by the ambulance service. Gardai confirmed that the road was partially ...
Elderly man in hospital after Bantry crash
AS dawn broke one summer, two hundred years ago, a tall gaunt figure, hammer in hand, crept among the rocks and inlets of Bantry Bay, dredging for mosses, lichens and seaweed. That figure belonged to Ellen Hutchins from Ballylickey, Ireland's first ...
Ballylickeys famous botanist was among worlds finest plant experts
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Edencrest B&B Edencrest B&B
Newtown, Glengarriff Road
The Maritime The Maritime
The Quay
Bantry House and Garden Bantry House and Garden