Positive Farmers, Cork, Ireland Open Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm Telephone 087 6457987 email: mok.positivefarmers@gmail.com

www.positivefarmers.ie

As part of the Partners Program, (like to join the social occasion of the Positive Farmers but not attend the Conference) we have highlighted a variety of award winning places of interests in Cork and beyond.  Tours are also available Cork City Tours and if you’d prefer to explore Cork in your own time, many of Cork’s attractions are within a short distance. Cork-Guide.ie has a wealth of information on what to do, including shopping, and visiting the local attractions. These attractions will pass the time away until the Conference Networking Dinner held on Wednesday 10th at 7:30pm.  
This imposing former prison is well worth a visit, if only to get a sense of how awful life was for prisoners a century ago. An audio tour (€2 extra) guides you around the restored cells, which feature models of suffering prisoners and sadistic-looking guards. Take a bus to UCC – from there walk north along Mardyke Walk, cross the river and follow the signs uphill (10 minutes).

Cork City Gaol

It could just as easily be called the Victorian Market for its ornate vaulted ceilings and columns, but the English Market is a true gem, no matter what you name it. Scores of vendors set up colourful and photogenic displays of the region's very best local produce, including meat, fish, fruit, cheeses and takeaway food.

English Market

Built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland's greatest chieftans, Cormac MacCarthy. Over the last few hundred years, millions have flocked to Blarney making it a world landmark and one of Ireland's greatest treasures. The Blarney Stone, (the legendary Stone of Eloquence), found at the top of the tower. Kiss it and you'll never again be lost for words

Blarney Castle

Fotta Wildlife Park

Cork Butter Museum

University College

Cork (UCC)

Cork Lewis

Glucksman Gallery

Cork boasts a have a huge variety of stores for all tastes, and all budgets.  With familiar high street brands, as well

as an exquisite selection of local outlets, there is something for everyone.

Merchants Quay, which is located on Patrick’s Street, boasts a wide range of the biggest department stores. From Debenhams to Marks and Spencer’s, so many hours can be spent here browsing through the rails. Cork’s newest street Opera Lane has many familiar UK and European brands and offers the best fashion mix in the city. With stores like River Island and Topman offering the latest styles, you’re sure to be laden with new threads. The Cornmarket Centre, with its main tenant TK Max, has a number of shops that may tickle your fancy once you have exhausted the bargain rails of the main tenant, with outdoor adventure shops and clothing shops on its ground floor. For those looking for an authentic Cork experience, The English Market, which has many local food stalls selling wines, meats and cheeses, is worth a visit if only to enjoy the unique feel of the lovingly restored market that has been trading since 1788. Mahon Point Shopping Centre is located on the outskirts of Cork City, and is Cork’s newest shopping centre with cinemas, shops and restaurants to meet all tastes.  You can (and should) spend a whole day here browsing the newest fashions, dining or even catching the latest blockbuster in the modern Omniplex Cinema.

Shopping in Cork

Cork City Hall                                                                                           

  

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Partners Programme

The two-day Positive Farmers Dairy Conference is recognised as being the ultimate social, networking and fun event for dairy farmers.       
Its a great place to meet like-minded people, speakers and industry leaders. Delegates  are welcome to bring guests/partners to the Conference Dinner (booking through Conference online system)
Along with being a great networking experience. Meet interesting and like-minded people in an invigorating atmosphere.
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Positive Farmers,  Cork, Ireland Office Open Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm Telephone 087 6457987 email: mok.positivefarmers@gmail.com

www.positivefarmers.ie

As part of the Partners Program, (like to join the social occasion of the Positive Farmers but not attend the Conference) we have highlighted a variety of award winning places of interests in Cork and beyond.    Tours are also available Cork City Tours and if you’d prefer to explore Cork in your own time, many of Cork’s attractions are within a short distance. Cork-Guide.ie has a wealth of information on what to do, including shopping, and visiting the local attractions. These attractions will pass the time away until the Conference Networking Dinner  (Wednesday 10th at 7:30pm.) Along with being a great networking experience. Meet interesting and  like-minded people in an invigorating atmosphere.

Partners Programme

It could just as easily be called the Victorian Market for its ornate vaulted ceilings and columns, but the English Market is a true gem, no matter what you name it. Scores of vendors set up colourful and photogenic displays of the region's very best local produce, including meat, fish, fruit, cheeses and takeaway food.

English Market

This imposing former prison is well worth a visit, if only to get a sense of how awful life was for prisoners a century ago. An audio tour (€2 extra) guides you around the restored cells, which feature models of suffering prisoners and sadistic-looking guards. Take a bus to UCC – from there walk north along Mardyke Walk, cross the river and follow the signs uphill (10 minutes).

Cork City Gaol

Blarney Castle

Fotta

Wildlife

Park

Cork Butter

Museum

University

College

Cork (UCC)

Cork Lewis

Glucksman

Gallery

Cork City Hall

Cork boasts a have a huge variety of stores for all tastes, and all

budgets.  With familiar high street brands, as well as an exquisite

selection of local outlets, there is something for everyone.

Merchants Quay, which is located on Patrick’s Street, boasts a wide range of the biggest department stores. From Debenhams to Marks and Spencer’s, so many hours can be spent here browsing through the rails. Cork’s newest street Opera Lane has many familiar UK and European brands and offers the best fashion mix in the city. With stores like River Island and Topman offering the latest styles, you’re sure to be laden with new threads. The Cornmarket Centre, with its main tenant TK Max, has a number of shops that may tickle your fancy once you have exhausted the bargain rails of the main tenant, with outdoor adventure shops and clothing shops on its ground floor. For those looking for an authentic Cork experience, The English Market, which has many local food stalls selling wines, meats and cheeses, is worth a visit if only to enjoy the unique feel of the lovingly restored market that has been trading since 1788. Mahon Point Shopping Centre is located on the outskirts of Cork City, and is Cork’s newest shopping centre with cinemas, shops and restaurants to meet all tastes.  You can (and should) spend a whole day here browsing the newest fashions, dining or even catching the latest blockbuster in the modern Omniplex Cinema.

Shopping in Cork

Built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland's greatest chieftans, Cormac MacCarthy. Over the last few hundred years, millions have flocked to Blarney making it a world landmark and one of Ireland's greatest treasures. The Blarney Stone, (the legendary Stone of Eloquence), found at the top of the tower. Kiss it and you'll never again be lost for words
The two-day Positive Farmers Dairy Conference is recognised as being the ultimate social, networking and fun event for dairy farmers.       
Its a great place to meet like-minded people, speakers and industry leaders. Delegates are welcome to bring guests/partners to the Conference Dinner (booking through Conference online system)
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