Storm Ophelia’s course from the Azores may have swept lethal Portuguese men o’ war onto the Irish coastline.
NUI Galway (NUIG) zoologist Dr Tom Doyle has appealed to shore walkers, surfers, swimmers and fish farmers to exercise caution. He also appealed for recorded sightings of the marine animals.
For more information follow the link https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/storm-ophelia-may-have-swept-portuguese-men-o-war-our-way-1.3260377
Stay Back. Stay High. Stay Dry. As storm Ophelia hits, we ask everyone to stay safe. Don't take any risks with the weather, especially near the water.
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The Summer is nearly over and the beach lifeguards have had a busy time. But last Monday evening Aug. 21st an Awards Ceremony took place at the Crosshaven RNLI Station in Co. Cork.
Read the blog to find out more. Congrats to all our beach lifeguards on a successful summer and a big thank you for the work you all do.
Please note there has been a change in the contact details for the Ballycotton Summer Week. For more information please contact Karen Casey @0878537077.
The 19th to 25th of June is National Water Safety Week 2017. Keep a eye on our social media pages to keep up to date on all water safety issues.
A big thank you to everyone who helped collect and supported us in raising €306.01 in our 2017 Cork City Collection.