Wednesday, 25 May 2016


UNION HALL TIDY TOWN PRE-JUDGING CLEAN UP- It is likely that Union Hall will be judged in this years Tidy Town competition anytime from the 16th to the 30th June.  Last year we scored 299 points and we would really like to reach 300 this year. 
We would ask for a big effort from everyone for the week of the 12th June.  If you are able to do some or any part of the jobs listed underneath in your own time it would be much appreciated. Work nights continue every Tuesday @ 7:00pm, meet at boathouse. Bags and gloves provided.
Pre-judging week – jobs that need doing;
Footpaths need brushing from the Church to the Pier
Flower beds need weeding including the flower bed on the Pier and in the Blackfield
The playground needs brushing and the path outside it
Entrance to the Blackfield needs brushing
Litter on the entrance roads to the village needs to be pick-up
UNION HALL SUPERSTARS - August 5th and 6th - All roads lead to Union Hall for a two day sporting event - follow Unionhallsuperstars on FB, Twitter & Instagram for details about this event.
OCEAN TO CITY An Rás Mór - Well done to Mike Limrick, Darren Collins, Stephen Hurley & Johnny McKenna for partaking in this Challenge 28K row in Cork yesterday on behalf of Union Hall Lifeboat Station.
BINGO continues every Wednesday evening at 9 p.m. in the Community Hall, Black Field, Union Hall. Bring your friends.
CASTLEHAVEN CHURCH CHOIR: Practice, Tuesday, 7.30 - 8.30 p.m. New voices and all voices very welcome.
UNION HALL DEFIBRILLATOR - There are 2 defibrillators in Union Hall. One at the Blackfield (next to the swing park), on the wall near the door of the community hall. The other is on the wall at the entrance of the pier on the right hand side as you approach. The key is next to the defib.

Thursday, 27 March 2014


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The fishing village of Union Hall is situated approximately 74km south of Cork city in a sheltered corner of Glandore Harbour amidst the spectacular scenery of the West Cork coastline. Framed by a unique one-lane bridge, its quaintness and charm have been recognised by artists through the years. In the early 1700s it was lauded by the great patriot, Dean of Ireland, Jonathan Swift. More recently, it was chosen by the film maker, Sir David Puttnam, as the main venue for one of his films, “War of the Buttons”.MORE INFORMATION HERE;;


Union Hall is situated on the South West coast of Ireland. Located just off the N71 primary route which links Cork city to West Cork.From Cork city, follow signs for N71 or West Cork. Turn left at Leap village and then turn right over the bridge about a mile later.