St.Patrick’s day 2012

Schull & District Community Council
are organizing the 2012 Schull St.Patrick’s day parade to be held on Saturday March 17th@ 2pm. (Bank Holiday Weekend this year)

All Groups, Clubs, Businesses in the Mizen area are encouraged to participate with a float, pedestrian group or just simply attending to support, what promises to be a great community event. The 2011 Parade was a spectacular Community success so please lets make 2012 even better.

There is no entry fee , however we do need participants to complete an entry form so we can organize numbers etc.

Entry forms can be printed from the link below or can be got from the Sub-committee.

The Sub-committee:

Ellen Logan                        Angela O’Callaghan         Carmel O’Regan

Ellen’s Restaurant                  Colla                                 Gortnamona

Schull                                         Schull                                Schull

085 1078910                    086 3533122                                  086 2524587

Please send back completed entry forms by February 18th 2012 to any of the Sub-committee above.


Entry form 2012

Schull Barometer

Barometer 1Return of the Negretti & Zambras Stick Barometer to Main Street Schull

Almost 123 years ago, this Barometer was gifted to the people of Schull by the London Meteorological Office following lectures given by a Captain Tomby, on the advantages of such a Barometer to fishermen and seafarers.

It has had many homes over the last 123 years until Cork County Council became guardians of it for the last decade or so. With the help of some persistent locals, a special window was built for its reinstatement on the Main Street next to the                                 Present Company shop.

Cork County Council released the Barometer into the guardianship of Schull & District Community Council.

This Barometer has great historical significance and value and once again it can be enjoyed and appreciated by its owners, the people of Schull.





 Mizen Archaeological and Historic Society. No.11 – 2003