For the second year, Cork Learning City recognised and celebrates examples of lifelong learning across all ages, interests, and abilities that demonstrate innovation, endeavor, and resilience in the context of the years 2021 and 2022.
Cork Science Festival, which was co-ordinated by Old Cork Waterworks and attracted 25,000 to Fitzgerald Park last June, was recognised under the "Exceptional Endeavor" section and received the award from Deputy Lord Mayor Cllr. Damien Cremin.
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The awards provided a great opportunity for the people of Cork to nominate individuals and projects that have inspired us by their innovation endeavor and resilience through their Lifelong Learning actions over the past year. These awards are a celebration of how lifelong learning enables people to change their lives and how learning has become a way to improvement in life, work and community.