Pride of Place 2018
Cork City Council is looking forward to welcoming visitors and guests to the IPB Pride of Place Awards ceremony which will take place on Saturday, 17th November, 2018 in our own City Hall.
What is the IPB Pride of Place Awards?
The IPB Pride of Place Awards is an all-Ireland competition which started in 2003 and celebrates community group contributions to local society and the creation of civic pride. It focuses on local people coming together to shape, change and enjoy all that is good about their area. The competition is run by Co-operation Ireland in conjunction with local authorities north and south of the border.
Cork City Council will be tweeting live from proceedings on Saturday night, 17th November so follow us @corkcitycouncil and join in the conversation at #ipbpop2018
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Representatives from Blarney Street, Cork City, receive their award in the Neighbourhoods/Villages with a population of 1000-2000 category. Included are Dr. Christopher Moran, Chairman Co-operation Ireland; Tom Dowling, Chairperson, Pride of Place, Michael McGreal, Vice Chair IPB Insurance; and Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council, Cllr Gerry McMonagle.
Lord Mayor, Cllr Tony Fitzgerald with Pride of Place 2017 Community Environmental Initiative category winners Bonfire Night Community Volunteers at the Lord Mayor’s Reception for Pride of Place Nominees that was held in City Hall, Cork on 1st February, 2018.