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  • Barry's Cove Way

  • Majestic Capel Island

  • The Fishermen of 1929

  • Greenlands Strand

  • Knockadoon from above.

  • The Pier

  • An Oystercatcher

  • The Walk From Above

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Map Fundraiser / Advertising Opportunity

Knockadoon Enhancement Project - MAP FUNDRAISER


K.E.P. is a sub-committee of Ballymacoda Ladysbridge Community Council Ltd. It is a voluntary group whose members are drawn and elected from the local community. Its purpose is to develop and enhance the local area and environment for the enjoyment and pleasure of locals and visitors alike.


Our Objective today: We wish to offer an advertising facility in exchange for a financial donation.


Our Proposal: We wish to offer the advertising of your business name on our MAP, which is located at KNOCKADOON HEAD, for a 5 year period.  Your business name will appear in a listing adjacent to the Map and the business location will be highlighted on the Map.  We will build a link from our website to your website and/or social media.  All of this in exchange for a, once off, donation of a minimum of €100 (no max.)


The Benefits to you:            

  • Cost effective local advertising

  • The opportunity to support your local community

  • Exposure to the local community and visitors to the area             


Who will you meet on the Knockadoon Peninsula?   Who will see your advertised business name?   

The local communities of Knockadoon and all those communities served by the Ballymacoda Ladysbridge Community Council.


The Dominican Camp in Knockadoon welcomes over 2,500 children and young adults each year.  They partake in such schemes as: The Irish College, Youth Club, Retreat weeks etc.  Their families and leaders visit and spend time and money in the area.


Holiday Makers using local hotels, B & B, camp sites and caravan parks together with Day Trippers visit Knockadoon to avail of the many facilities, i.e. wildlife, the beach, the sea, fishing from the pier, walking the various Barry’s Cove Walks.   


Walking clubs throughout County Cork use the walk ways.


Over 100 families partake in the July Swim Week coming from as far away as Cork City.


GAA and Rugby club Boot Camps use the facilities at Knockadoon Camp


Ballymacoda Hunt Club, followers and supporters use the lands at Knockadoon.


Our Facebook page  details the ongoing work of the Knockadoon Enhancement Project.  If you are interested in this advertising opportunity please phone or text Carol Greene on (085 8807619).