Da Silly Heads
Da Silly Heads Is a Cork born mental health focused initiative to help individuals with any issues they may be having. They work with various businesses and organisations that aid people who struggle with their mental health. Michael and Dan the founders use cartoon characters to help tell their stories of their own struggles with mental health, how they felt and what they do to cope.
Defeating Diabetes is a program that we ran with pharmacy first plus. This program was aimed at helping those who suffer from diabetes by getting them regularly active and with the help of Keith from pharmacy first plus we were able to track some health markers which could be assessed after the program. The intervention allowed us to show individuals that physical activity can help their physical and mental health while suffering from diabetes.
The Muskerry News is Blarney’s local source of news updates on all small businesses and sports in the area. They work hard to spread the word on all the local events on the month.
Ok Tool Hire is a highly successful business providing all sorts of machinery for whatever your needs.
Eamon Murray & Co. Solicitors is a well-established and well respected firm that has been in the Cork area for generations.
Osbourne Butchers is a fantastic and delicious source of local meat you won’t find anywhere else, their service and pricing is second to none.
Dogs for disabled
Dogs for disabled is a fantastic charity that helps train and provide dogs for disabled individuals. At EMF Lifting and Laughing we ran a comedy night which consisted of local Cork talent and the coaches doing some standup, all ticket sales were donated to Dogs for disabled and we hope to do more nights like this in the future.
Captain Corona was a Cork phenomenon. At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic there was fear and worry amongst the people, toilet paper shortages, empty streets and no gyms. Captain Corona came to the rescue for many people. He delivered essential pharmaceutical supplies to high risk patients to Blarney and surrounding areas, he roamed the streets spreading positivity and happiness to homes and he went above and beyond to provide socially distanced physical activity to children and adults alike throughout the Cork area.