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Cork City Council Promotes Alternative Family Events on Bonfire Night

Summer Fun Nights, alternative family events on Bonfire Night, Sunday, June 23rd supported by Cork City Council. 

For the sixth year, Summer Fun Nights, alternative family-friendly events organised by local community groups in conjunction with Cork City Council, will take place  in parks city-wide on this Bonfire Night, Sunday June 23rd.  There will be something for everyone in five city parks including music, puppet shows, storytelling, sports, arts and crafts and much, much, more.

Events take place in the following;

Kilmore Park, Knocknaheeny       3pm to 6pm

Pophams Park, Farranree            4pm to 7pm

Glenamoy Park, Mayfield             5pm to 8pm

Loughmahon Park, Mahon           5pm to 9pm

Clashduv Park, Togher                 5pm to 9.30pm

All events above are free, all are welcome and all events are alcohol-free.  NB Children need to be accompanied by an adult

Other information Bonfire Night

Cork City Council requests that members of the public are do not provide any household goods for illegal bonfires.

Any incidents of dumping by vehicles on public property should be reported to litter freephone 1800 222226 giving details of the incident and contact name and number of the person reporting the dumping.”

For those wishing to report bonfires or gathered material for bonfires which may pose a risk to health or property please phone the Emergency Services at 021-4966512. The City Council Parks Department will have emergency crews working on Saturday and Sunday in addition to the City Fire Service and will assist where possible.

 

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