We are delighted to announce our car draw winner for 2017 is Stephen Calnan from Leap, Co Cork. We pulled his winning ticket on Friday 28th July and he received the keys to his brand new Toyota from Cogans Toyota on Friday 11th August.
In the picture are the Friends of Marymount, Lilly O Sullivan, Pat Maher, Anne O Mahony, Antoinette O Sullivan, Rob Cogan of Cogans Carrigaline and Stephen Calnan the winner of the car.
Thank you all so much for your support with this draw.
The Great Railway Cycle! (formerly the Carrigaline Lions Cycle Classic) is taking place on Saturday 30th September 2017.
This year’s charity cycle follows the general route of the Bandon and South Coast Railway which closed in 1961 and the name of the event has changed from the Carrigaline Lions Cycle Classic to The Great Railway Cycle. Over its 25 year history, the event has raised more than €675,000 for charity.
The Great Railway Cycle 2017 takes place on Saturday, 30th September.
- The cycle is a one-day event with distance options of 60km and 100km
- Starting and finishing in Carrigaline at the Youth Centre
- Starting time 10am (Check-in open from 9am)
- 100km Route: Carrigaline – Innishannon – Bandon – Ballinspittle – Timoleague – Balinascarthy – Bandon – Inishannon – Carrigaline
Sponsorship cards available if you wish to raise additional funds for our worthy projects
Special draw for a bike for those who complete sponsorship cards
For further information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This cycling event was started in 1991 and has so far raised over €675,000 for various charities. Not bad for a fun event! Worthy beneficiaries include Marymount Hospice, ARC Cancer Support, Cork University Hospital, Carrigaline Senior Citizens, our own Youth Centre Project which opened in 2015 on Church Road in Carrigaline. The main sponsor is Victoria Cross Cycles to whom we are very grateful.
Event details and schedule
Check-in will take place at the Carrigaline Lions Youth Centre from 9am on the morning of Saturday, September 30th 2017.
See thegreatrailwaycycle.com for further details.
To register for the cycle at an early bird rate of €30 go to: http://www.active.com/carrigaline-cork/cycling/the-great-railway-cycle-2017
Marymount is an independent voluntary teaching hospital and hospice governed by a Board of Directors. We provide a high quality inpatient service for the older person and a specialist palliative care service, including inpatient unit, daycare and community services. We strive for quality and integrity in all we do.
Marymount is approved by the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland for higher medical training in palliative medicine and is affiliated to the Medical School at University College, Cork. An active teaching and research programme is in place.
Marymount is an independent voluntary teaching hospital and hospice governed by a Board of Directors.
We are now inviting applications for the following:
Pastoral Care Team Member
- A candidate must be a certified/accredited healthcare chaplain
- A candidate must work well in a team and actively promote a culture of welcome to those of all faiths and none.
- The post requires an appropriate level of personal maturity and emotional / spiritual intelligence as well as the ability to display resilience in adversity.
A candidate will ideally demonstrate:
- Pastoral care experience in a healthcare setting
- A clear understanding of the principles of palliative care.
- A clear philosophy of Pastoral Care along with an understanding of the competencies required in the role.
- A knowledge of various religious faiths, spiritual and philosophical traditions
Job description is available on request. Informal enquiries in relation to the above posts are welcome to Mr Anthony Boland- at 021 4501201 or email : email@example.com
Applications should be submitted by sending a cover letter and CV by email to firstname.lastname@example.org . Closing date is 31st October
Staff Nurses – Services for the Older Person (Permanent & Relief)
The successful applicant will be an experienced registered nurse with at least one year’s acute experience. Experience in service for the older person is desirable.
Informal enquiries in relation to the above posts are welcome to Ms. Chris Broderick, Assistant Director of Nursing (SFOP) and at 021 4501201 email@example.com
Applications should be submitted by sending a letter and CV by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to HR Department, Marymount University Hospital & Hospice, Curraheen, Cork.
Presentations are now available to download. Click here to vist the page! You will then have to enter the password that was included in your participant packs on Friday 23rd June 2017.
Please join us at this fantastic gardening event in aid of Marymount in Ballyseedy on Wednesday April 12th. You can buy your tickets online here.
The calendar of events from the Friends of Marymount is below. We hope to see you at one of our events. Alternatively you can organise your own event for Marymount by getting in touch with our fundraising office on 021 4501201, email@example.com.
Upcoming Events 2017
To buy tickets, sign up to help or to organise your own event please contact Ger or Marie in the Friends
Phone: 021/4501201 Ext: 228/251
Winner of car draw 2016
From left Jimmy Clifford ( ticket seller), Rob Cogan, Anna and Tommy Mcnamara (winners), Linda Short
All from Ballyhea North Cork