The WREN Programme (Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network) provides training, education and networking supports and skills to women who wish to set up or develop their own business. Read more
This interactive, information workshop is designed to enable attendees to engage with current participants in the Healthcare Opportunities for Women Programme. Read more
This workshop is aimed at women who are seeking to return to work and need help to prepare and deliver an effective interview in a variety of settings.
This programme provides unique and tailored supports to women who have been out of work and want to build the confidence and skills to return to the workplace. Read more
Ballyhoura Development is offering a range of services to community facilities and services to support safe reopening, as part of Ireland's phased easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
A weekly round-up of job opportunities and vacancies in the Ballyhoura area compiled by the Ballyhoura Jobs Club.
Save the Date for our Second Virtual District Forum - a network and information event for communities across the Ballyhoura Development area.
Phone numbers, websites and other resources, supports and services available to communities and individuals during the Covid-19 crisis.
€4.6m of public funding managed in 2018
Percentage of income spent on service delivery in 2018
Number of individuals engaged in programmes and projects in 2018
This course is for people who would like to work together with others in a supportive environment to explore ways to enhance their well-being and ways of managing stress. Read more
This course provides an opportunity for parents to look together at the joys and difficulties of parenthood in these times and to support each other and learn from each other. Read more
Ballyhoura Development is proud to be one of the founding members of Social Enterprise Republic of Ireland (SERI) and part of a new movement to support the Social Enterprise sector in Ireland. Read more
Ballyhoura Development has been officially recognised by the Mayor of Co Cork, Cllr Ian Doyle, for its positive contribution and support to local communities throughout the Covid 19 crisis. Read more