Book Yourself Solid® Live Mentoring Event – West Cork Hotel 21 – 23 September

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Grow Your Business Exponentially…….Come to the Book Yourself Solid® Live Mentoring Event at the West Cork Hotel from 21 to 23 September.

° Take your business to the next level.
° Grow your client & customer base.
° Learn cutting edge business practices.

Whether you are an entrepreneur, service provider, coach, consultant, retailer or business professional, Book Yourself Solid® is the fastest, easiest and most reliable system for getting more clients and customers than you can handle, even if you hate marketing and selling!

Three powerful days: Workshops, seminars, coaching and collaboration.

To find out more follow link https://summitsuccess.leadpages.co/bys-in-ireland/

Chamber members receive a €90 preferred member discount. Go here to register today. Enter Promo Code: Skib. and follow link https://summitsuccess.leadpages.co/bys-in-ireland/

Skibbereen Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann

Please join Skibbereen Comhaltas as they host their “Irish Night” – a celebration of the 1916 Easter Rising on Friday March 11 at 8pm  in the West Cork Hotel.

Feile Cheoil Poster (2)

The Skibbereen Féile Cheoil also takes place that weekend on Sunday March 13th in Rossa College at 10:30am.

All are welcome and the brochure and entry form can be downloaded here Feile Cheoil Brochure

 

Southern Star hosts Skibbereen Business Breakfast

REMINDER that the Southern Star are hosting a Business Breakfast in the West Cork Hotel, Skibbereen on Friday, May 1st at 7:30 am.

The Skibbereen & District Chamber of Commerce are delighted to be in partnership with the Southern Star for this event as they look on it as an excellent opportunity for business in the area to network and catch up.

If you are interested in attending please email advertising@southernstar.ie or call 028 21200

Cycle Against Suicide – overnight stop in Skibbereen

Cycle Against Suicide is an annual  1,400km cycle over 14 days which this year begins this year on Monday April 27th  in Belfast and finishes in Dublin on Sunday May 10th.   The cycle aims to raise awareness of the help and supports that are available for anyone battling depression, self-harm, at risk of suicide or those bereaved by suicide.

This year Skibbereen has been chosen as one of the fourteen overnight stops on Tuesday 5th May, which gives everyone an opportunity to be part of this fantastic awareness event.

Central to the success of Cycle Against Suicide is the “Homestay Programme”.  People from across the island of Ireland open their homes to the cycle participants and provide them with a warm meal, a chance to freshen up and a bed for the night.

If you would like to get involved and if you are in a position to offer accommodation to cyclists please download and complete the Cycle Against Suicide HomeStay Brochure or pick a brochure up in Sean Murray’s, Annie May’s or Designs.  When completed please return to Richie Keating in St Fachtna’s school or alternatively to Sean Murray in the shop or Annie Mays.