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Allihies Inspires

Allihies Inspires was a great weekend. Poets, artists, writers and musicians all coming to Allihies to inspire all present with there performances.

A celebration of creativity and joy

Watch the video here

Allihies Inspireswhat a weekend

I don't suppose that this video will get watched very much at over 16 minutes long. It is a film for posterity of all the great things that happened in Allihies over the weekend. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed listening to poetry and readings of stories. Not surpised at all by the standard of work from Sami Switch and his friends and deligthed at the Music for Dogs theatre that capped it all off. Well done to all involved. Deirdre Collins what a woman for one woman.I can't remember all in the film but, amongst others:Carina McNally 0 SecondsAnita Brohail 39 SecondsTim Goulding 1:57 SecondsRachel Parry 3:43 SecondsTheo Dorgan 4:43 SecondsPaula Meehan 5:45 SecondsTony Curtis 6:38 SecondsSheena Dempsey 8:04 SecondsJane Landry 8:04 SecondsTadhg O'Sullivan 8:53 SecondsClaire Zwaartman 9:36 SecondsDiarmuid Hickey 10:40 SecondsAnita Daly 11:16 SecondsSykoni 12:02 SecondsSami Switch 12:15 SecondsBritney 13:05 SecondsCameron Bloomfield 13;16 SecondsNadette Charlet 14:07 SecondsBill Griffin 15:09 SecondsCarol Caffrey 15:31 SecondsSorry I missed a few things, I just did this for the memories.

Posted by Beara Peninsula on Sunday, 8 July 2018

Carina McNally 0 Seconds
Anita Brohail 39 Seconds
Tim Goulding 1:57 Seconds
Rachel Parry 3:43 Seconds
Theo Dorgan 4:43 Seconds
Paula Meehan 5:45 Seconds
Tony Curtis 6:38 Seconds
Sheena Dempsey 8:04 Seconds
Jane Landry 8:04 Seconds
Tadhg O’Sullivan 8:53 Seconds
Claire Zwaartman 9:36 Seconds
Diarmuid Hickey 10:40 Seconds
Anita Daly 11:16 Seconds
Sykoni 12:02 Seconds
Sami Switch 12:15 Seconds
Britney 13:05 Seconds
Cameron Bloomfield 13;16 Seconds
Nadette Charlet 14:07 Seconds
Bill Griffin 15:09 Seconds
Carol Caffrey 15:31 Seconds

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Seven year old climbs Carrauntoohil

Matt Houlihan a  seven year old from West Cork climbed Ireland’s highest peak Carrauntoohil on Tuesday. The mountain is 1038 meters high and he made the ascent look very easy. He was with his family Heidi, Fran and Niall, plus his godfather Mike who flew over from the UK to accompany him.

Matt’s father Iñaki died of kidney cancer five years ago and Matt wanted to do something in memory of him. So he set up a go fund me page and got sponsorship to climb the mountain.

Watch a short video of Matt’s ascent here

or facebook version, probably needs the sound on…

Matt Houlihan 7, climbs Ireland's highest mountain

Matt Houlihan is seven years old, he did a sponsored climb of Carrauntoohil to get money for Kidney Cancer Research. He did a great job of it too, what a pleasure to go with him and make this film.There is a link in the film, write it down and donate some money for this lads brilliant effort.

Posted by Beara Peninsula on Wednesday, 27 June 2018

If you want to donate to the fund check out this link, and thank you.

https://www.gofundme.com/carrauntoohil-for-cancer-research

Seven year old climbs Carrauntoohil

Mike, Fran, Niall, Matt and Heidi

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Allihies Mines Hack

Allihies Mines Hack  –  Laurenzia and Salvador
Laurenzia takes a hack up through the Allihies Hills to see the old Allihies Mines left over from the 1800’s. Salvador the Irish Cob was a little reluctant but they had a good time. The film was made with a Fuji Camera and a DJI drone. I rode my bicycle ahead of them to get the different shots.

Watch the video here, youtube or facebook….

Allihies Mines Hack – Laurenzia and Salvador

Laurenzia takes a hack up through the Allihies Hills to see the old Allihies Mines left over from the 1800's. Salvador the Irish Cob was a little reluctant but they had a good time. The film was made with a Fuji Camera and a DJI drone. I rode my bicycle ahead of them to get the different shots.

Posted by Beara Peninsula on Friday, 8 June 2018

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