YET another positive event in the Bandon area took place last weekend with the official naming by the woman herself of the Clare O'Leary Walk, a three-kilometre section of walk along part of the former West Cork railway, parallel to the N71 highway and overlooking the River Bandon.
VIDEO CLIP from the official naming by the woman herself of the Clare O'Leary Walk, a three-kilometre section of walk along part of the former West Cork railway, parallel to the N71 highway and overlooking the River Bandon.
The Southern Star, Saturday December 7th 2013
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IT'S official Bandon is bouncing back. In addition to a number of new businesses recently opening and revitalising the town centre, Bandon heads into Christmas with a 8.54% drop in live register figures.
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