Bird’s eye view is a winner for Seamus
By Michelle Crean
A yellow finch on the lilac tree in his garden proved to be a stunning winning shot for a local amateur photographer.
Seamus Long won the Unrestricted Category in the Killarney Camera Club's first competition of the season with his winning shot of the beautiful Siskin.
The competition attracted a great entry of superb photos including a total of 26 images.
"It was so inspiring to see such a diversity of images for this open digital competition," PRO of the club, Deirdre O'Donoghue, said.
"Well done to everyone who entered and congratulations to all our winners. Our Killarney Camera Club’s 21st exhibition continues in Killarney House in December."
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Over 3000 turn out for Nathan’s Walk
Thousands of people across eight locations in Kerry took part in Darkness Into Light, the annual fundraising event organised by Pieta and supported by Electric Ireland, on Saturday morning. One […]
Thousands of people across eight locations in Kerry took part in Darkness Into Light, the annual fundraising event organised by Pieta and supported by Electric Ireland, on Saturday morning.
One of the biggest in the county was the Killarney edition held in memory of Nathan O’Carroll. Over 3,000 people took part in the Killareny walk making it one of the biggest in the country.
His mother Marie organises the walk locally each year.
She thanked the many business and individuals who made this year’s walk possible.
They were: Electric Ireland; Killarney Racecourse; Killarney National Park; Sheahan Group,; Daly’s Supervalu; Emergency Services and Order of Malta; MC Brendan Fuller of Radio Kerry; Videographer Dan Devane; Photographers Marie Carroll O’Sullivan and Konrad Paprocki; Samantha Nagle for Instagram and all the volunteers and supporters.
Stephanie Manahan, Pieta CEO, said: “We are beyond grateful for the thousands of people who supported the event this year. To see so many people come out each and every year is truly inspiring and each and every person makes a valuable contribution in enabling Pieta to provide free, professional therapy for suicide prevention and bereavement in Ireland. On behalf of the entire team at Pieta, we want to thank every single participant, volunteer, and supporter. Thanks to you, we can continue to support those who need us most.’’
Meanwhile in London, Aghadoe native Tara Cronin was the lead organiser of Darkness into light, Cricklewood. TV celebrity Laura Whitmore also took part in the London walk.
The annual helps to raise almost €4m nationally to fund Pieta’s lifesaving suicide prevention services. This figure is expected to increase over the coming weeks as public fundraising and corporate donations for the initiative continue.
Brand new look for Killarney Magazine
Hot off the presses! This years Killarney Magazine is out from this weekend.
Killarney’s premier tourism magazine is back on the streets with a fresh look.
The magazine has been reimagined by the Killarney Advertiser and KC Print team. The theme is ‘We are Killarney….Explore It Like We Do’ is packed with the best experiences our amazing town can offer.
Lead by the Killarney Advertiser team, the magazine is a vibrant reflection of the changing nature of the tourism market focussing on experiences, food, festivals, and craic.
This year’s magazine builds on the last seven editions of the Killarney Magazine first launched in 2016. It has become a must read for visitors and this edition is packed with experiences that are world class. Celebrating our unique town is a full-time job for the team and in this year’s edition the energy is hopping off the page.
Speaking about the magazine, Sales Manager Chris Davies explained that “bringing a fresh new look was important considering that so many businesses upgraded their offerings for the new season. This year we focused on the experience side of Killarney, and I think the content and listings showcase all of the great experiences our town has to offer”
This coffee table publication will be available from all hotels, restaurants, bars, and tourism spots from this weekend on.
It will be distributed weekly throughout the summer and is sure to be a massive success with visitors and locals alike.
The magazine is free, and to make this possible it is through advertising by businesses in our community. Thank you to all those who advertised this year, and, in the past, it would not be possible to represent our town in its awe-inspiring wonder without their support.
Grab a coffee and enjoy this year’s edition. Click here to read online!
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