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Local Features

Christmas at the The Camán Inn, Delvin

Enjoy a four course, home cooked meal and a complimentary glass of house wine for just €25 per person. Ideal for an intimate meal for two, family gathering or work party - call 044 966 4141 for full details and to book a table. Read More...


Promotion Day at McCormack's Stores

Congratulations to John and the team at McCormack's Stores following their hugely successful breakfast morning and promotion day, held at the Store on Friday 21st November! Read More...


Planning Well Underway For Christmas Lights

The annual Christmas celebration in the Courtyard featuring lights, carols and a visit from Mr & Mrs Claus, will take place at 7pm on Saturday 6th December. Read More...


Delvin Parish Christmas Cards Now Available

Following on from the success of last year's calendars, Father Seamus Heaney was keen to commission another Christmas gift, depicting scenes from Delvin and Killulagh Parish. The packs are priced at €6 each and are available now from Delvin Post Office. Read More...


Delvin Historical Society Welcomes Manchán Magan

On Thursday 20th November, Delvin Historical Society welcomed Manchan Magan to speak about his nationalist Great Uncle - Michael Joseph O’Rahilly and his Grand Mother Sighle Humphreys. Read More...