Category Archives: Inch Beach

Dublin and Kerry Teams Combine in Call of the Wild

Dublin and Kerry Teams Combine in Call of the Wild

In 2015 a documentary team, led by Dublin native and one time Scartaglin resident, Vincent Hyland, filmed the series Call of the Wild. The five-part series will begin its run on RTÉ One on this Saturday morning at 10:45am. The series includes a close up look at the curse of plastics on marine life and… Read more…

Kerry Based Doctor in An Bhearna Bhaoil TG4 Documentary Tonight

Kerry Based Doctor in An Bhearna Bhaoil TG4 Documentary Tonight

Tonight’s TG4 documentary An Bhearna Bhaoil, at 9:30pm., features, Dr. Eve Bruce, a Kerry based doctor. From Inch in Co. Kerry to Amman, Jordon the documentary makers follow Eve and witness her work with Médecins San Frontières and discover how at 65, this mother and grandmother feels that her work is not yet done. From… Read more…

Danger: Portuguese Man O’War on Banna Strand

Danger: Portuguese Man O’War on Banna Strand

Kerry County Council has received reports of the arrival of one of the county’s most unwelcome visitors. Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish have been appearing on Banna Strand in recent days. They can inflict very serious stings to humans and dogs are also vulnerable so members of the public are asked to avoid these fish if… Read more…

Cruinniú na nÓg a Resounding Success Throughout the County

Cruinniú na nÓg a Resounding Success Throughout the County

Creativity was to the fore at Cruinniú na nÓg recently where children and teenagers enjoyed free cultural and creative events across the county. Events and workshops were all well subscribed and feedback from participants has highlighted the demand for more creative activity choices for our young people in Kerry Great Choice of Activity “Feedback tells… Read more…

Retention of 14 Blue Flags is Fantastic News for Kerry

Retention of 14 Blue Flags is Fantastic News for Kerry

The Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council, Cllr John Sheahan has warmly welcomed the news that Kerry has retained its 14 Blue Flags at 13 of the county’s beaches as well as Fenit Marina. Blue Flag Jury The decision of the Blue Flag jury announced on Monday sees the following beaches retain their flags for 2018:… Read more…

Blue Flags, Blue Skies, Sandy Beaches… All Changed..

Blue Flags, Blue Skies, Sandy Beaches… All Changed..

Children and their parents / guardians knocked great value from the beaches of Kerry over the past week and during and since the weekend in particular. Banna, Ballyheigue, Inch and Fenit were all buzzing with holidaymakers and the sounds of excited children at play – as only they know how. Fish are gasping for a… Read more…

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Category Archives: Inch Beach

Dublin and Kerry Teams Combine in Call of the Wild

Dublin and Kerry Teams Combine in Call of the Wild

In 2015 a documentary team, led by Dublin native and one time Scartaglin resident, Vincent Hyland, filmed the series Call of the Wild. The five-part series will begin its run on RTÉ One on this Saturday morning at 10:45am. The series includes a close up look at the curse of plastics on marine life and… Read more…

Kerry Based Doctor in An Bhearna Bhaoil TG4 Documentary Tonight

Kerry Based Doctor in An Bhearna Bhaoil TG4 Documentary Tonight

Tonight’s TG4 documentary An Bhearna Bhaoil, at 9:30pm., features, Dr. Eve Bruce, a Kerry based doctor. From Inch in Co. Kerry to Amman, Jordon the documentary makers follow Eve and witness her work with Médecins San Frontières and discover how at 65, this mother and grandmother feels that her work is not yet done. From… Read more…

Danger: Portuguese Man O’War on Banna Strand

Danger: Portuguese Man O’War on Banna Strand

Kerry County Council has received reports of the arrival of one of the county’s most unwelcome visitors. Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish have been appearing on Banna Strand in recent days. They can inflict very serious stings to humans and dogs are also vulnerable so members of the public are asked to avoid these fish if… Read more…

Cruinniú na nÓg a Resounding Success Throughout the County

Cruinniú na nÓg a Resounding Success Throughout the County

Creativity was to the fore at Cruinniú na nÓg recently where children and teenagers enjoyed free cultural and creative events across the county. Events and workshops were all well subscribed and feedback from participants has highlighted the demand for more creative activity choices for our young people in Kerry Great Choice of Activity “Feedback tells… Read more…

Retention of 14 Blue Flags is Fantastic News for Kerry

Retention of 14 Blue Flags is Fantastic News for Kerry

The Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council, Cllr John Sheahan has warmly welcomed the news that Kerry has retained its 14 Blue Flags at 13 of the county’s beaches as well as Fenit Marina. Blue Flag Jury The decision of the Blue Flag jury announced on Monday sees the following beaches retain their flags for 2018:… Read more…

Blue Flags, Blue Skies, Sandy Beaches… All Changed..

Blue Flags, Blue Skies, Sandy Beaches… All Changed..

Children and their parents / guardians knocked great value from the beaches of Kerry over the past week and during and since the weekend in particular. Banna, Ballyheigue, Inch and Fenit were all buzzing with holidaymakers and the sounds of excited children at play – as only they know how. Fish are gasping for a… Read more…

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