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Cobh Town Council,
Town Hall,
Cobh,
Co. Cork.

Phone: 021 481 1307
FAX: 021 481 1732
E-mail : info@cobh.ie
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Cobh Town council The Heritage Town of Cobh is located on Great Island, which is in a prominent position at the heart of Cork Harbour, 25km from the City of Cork. The island and the town are linked to the mainland by the R624, which runs Southwards from the N25 and by a direct rail link to Kent Station in Cork City.
The town has a proud maritime heritage. Cobh was the main embarkation point for the millions of Irish who left these shores in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries in search of a better life. Cobh was the final stop off for the doomed Titanic on its fatal voyage; 123 passengers boarded the ship in Cobh. Cobh is also the final resting place of many of the victims of the Lusitania sinking in 1915.

Cobh Town Council is the local authority governing the town of Cobh. It consists of nine elected Councillors who operate in with the administrative / executive / technical staff, led by the town Manager. 

Cobh Town Council has played, and continues to play, a pivotal role in encouraging, assisting and supporting the economic and social growth of the town. The Town Council's role in providing the necessary infrastructure to facilitate development has been significant in underpinning the sustainable economic and social development of Cobh.

While expansion of the economic sector is important, the development of a social support fabric for the town's citizens is essential and progress in this area has been significant in recent years. Cobh Town Council has been proactive in providing and facilitating the development of facilities to support community life. In recent years, the Five Foot Way Amenity Walk and Playground and the upgrading of the Town Promenade have been a resounding success. The Council's plans to develop a swimming pool came to fruition in 2006 with the opening of the Cobh Leisure Centre in Carrignafoy.

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