• 1 Community Planning - Ballyhoura Development
  • 2 Avondhu Local Link Timetable
  • 3 Liscarroll Castle
  • 4 Community Calendar
  • 5 The Donkey Sanctuary
  • Community Planning - Ballyhoura Development

    The Liscarroll Community Planning has been facilitated by Paul O’Raw & Associates through Ballyhoura Development CLG and supported by the LEADER Rural Development Programme. Liscarroll Community Council has organised and advised the process locally in the community.

    The aim of the process was to support the community to identify local needs and issues at the heart of Liscarroll so that these could be addressed through future actions and forward planning to make sure that these needs can be adequately met. The plan aims to guide the work of local clubs and organisations, as well as state agencies, local authorities and other stakeholders, while also provide a reference point for the community.

    The Community Plan has now been drafted and your views are now invited on it. Please see the following link CLICK HERE.

    It would be appreciated if you would now consider the contents of the draft plan and submit any comments or observations you might have by return to Tim Brosnan, Secretary of Liscarroll Community Council, by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., before 14th June 2019. Your views will incorporated before the launch of the plan which will be advised to all in due course.

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  • Avondhu Local Link Timetable

    More info by clicking link below. Advance booking recommended. Call 025/51454 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Liscarroll Castle

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    The sieges of Liscarroll and the important battle which took place there on the 3rd September, 1642, have been described more than once, the accounts being based upon contemporary records but telling of less than nothing a structure which must have been erected more than 300 years before. it is hardly to be expected, indeed, that the seventeenth century observers of the conflict would know much about the ancient building but it is remarkable that earlier references are lacking or have not yet come to light.

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  • The Donkey Sanctuary

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Liscarroll Events

Point to Point Races
22 Mar 2020
01:00PM -