Pride of Place ceremony celebrates Cork's community spirit

Celebrating community spirit  Dubbed the Oscars of the community sector, this year’s Pride of Place ceremony takes place on Leeside for the first time with over 800 entrants vying for glory, writes Helen O’Callaghan

Dubbed the Oscars of the community sector, the all-island Pride of Place Awards will be presented this month. And the awards ceremony takes place for the first time ever in Cork.

Pride of Place acknowledges the work communities are doing on both sides of the...
source: Irish Examiner

2018-11-09 02:49
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