Wednesday, 25 May 2016

LATEST NEWS

COFFEE MORNING: Union Hall Lights Committee are holding a Coffee Morning in the Community Hall Union Hall on Sunday 23rd September at 11am to raise funds to brighten up our village for Christmas. Please support us by donating home baking, raffle prizes or just turning up on the day. Sponsor a Christmas Tree will be available again this year and names can be taken at the coffee Morning. Hall will be open from 9:30am, Sunday 23rd for people that want to drop things in. Your support will help us make Union Hall a brighter place this Christmas.

Monday, 25 January 2016

USEFUL INFORMATION

https://www.facebook.com/centraunionhall/
www.wildatlanticway.com/Ireland
www.unionhallwalks.ie
http://rnli.org/safety/respect-the-water/Pages/Safety.aspx
www.southernstar.ie/
https://www.facebook.com/unionhalltidytowns/
https://www.facebook.com/UnionHallpage/

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;;

LOCATION

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. 
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