Welcome to Ballydehob

Gateway to the Mizen

Welcome to Ballydehob

Gateway to the Mizen

Find Yourself Here

Ballydehob (Béal Átha an Dá Chab), is your Gateway to the Mizen Peninsula in West Cork.

Rural charms, rich heritage, and rustic beauty complimented by a small yet diverse population, eclectic music & festival culture, and abundant artistic community.

Nestled on Roaringwater Bay along the Wild Atlantic Way. Ballydehob – Find Yourself Here

Ballydehob Community Council

Photo: Community Council members with Kitty O’Driscoll – Titanic Remembrance 2011

The Community Council meets in the Old Bank every first Monday of the month to conduct business on behalf of the village. Its primary means of financing comes through the weekly LOTTO draw. The monthly 50/50 DRAW raises funds specifically for the maintenance of the Bank House/ Ballydehob Tourist Office.  Tickets are available in all participating businesses for €2 and €5 respectively. Results posted weekly HERE or on our Facebook page.

READ MORE ABOUT THE COMMUNITY COUNCIL HERE

ARDURA – Liam Twomey (treasurer)

BALLYCUMMISK – Maura O’Brien (secretary)

BAWNASHANACLOGH – Kitty O’Mahony

BOLEAGH – Arthur Little

CAPPAGHGLASS – Pat Mantel  (PRO)

COORAGURTEEN – Kathleen O’Sullivan

DERRYCARHOON – Patrick Murphy (Chairperson)

GORTNAGROUGH – William Swanton (Asst Chair)

RAHEENROE – Billy O’Regan

SHANAVAGH – Eugene McSweeney

SHANAVAGH – Stephen Canty

SKEAGHNORE WEST – Mary Hickey

STOUKE – Nora McSweeney

TOWN – Brendan Launders

TOWN – Tim Cronin

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Ballydehob

Ballydehob, the Gateway to the Mizen Peninsula in West Cork is the best of many worlds. It's rural charms, rich heritage and natural beauty epitomise the traditional Ireland that visitors love so much. It is also unabashedly and confoundingly modern in its diversity of people and trade. The area is well known for its artists, writers and alternative types. Now it is home to a growing number of innovators and trend setters, some who found it and couldn't leave, many who left and came back, and mostly those who held down the fort for the rest of us. Our home is rich in tradition, culture, music and craft nestled on Roaringwater Bay along the Wild Atlantic Way. Have we got a story for you! Pull up a stool.
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BallydehobWednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 10:37pm
Your Community Charity shop will be open during the Festive Trail! You never know what treasure you'll find!
http://www.ballydehob.ie/community-shop/
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