PHOTOS: Cork County Council launch ‘Ring Buoy’ Mascot to remind citizens to REBEL against Ring Buoy vandalism

27 May 2018
By Mary Bermingham
mary@TheCork.ie

Mark O’Brien, Diarmuid Scannell and Tadhg Feen, all Irish Coast Guard, Castlefreke unit, at the launch of ‘Rebel’ the ring buoy mascot in Rosscarbery for County Cork, reminding everyone to rebel against ring buoy vandalism.
Picture: David Keane.
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Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr Declan Hurley, making a special presentation to Irish Coast Guard crew members, Greg Causer, Colm Hillary, Andy Rees and Jim O’Neill, at the launch of ‘Rebel’ the ring buoy mascot in Rosscarbery for County Cork, reminding everyone to rebel against ring buoy vandalism.
Picture: David Keane.
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Caroline Casey, Cork County Council Water and Road Safety development officer, right and Siobhan Bradley, chair of Cork Water Safety, at the launch of ‘Rebel’ the ring buoy mascot in Rosscarbery for County Cork, reminding everyone to rebel against ring buoy vandalism.
Picture: David Keane.
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Lifeguards Mary Brooks, Aine King and Mary O’Donnell, are all smiles at the launch of ‘Rebel’ the ring buoy mascot in Rosscarbery for County Cork, reminding everyone to rebel against ring buoy vandalism.
Picture: David Keane.
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Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr Declan Hurley and Mason O’Driscoll from Rossmore, at the launch of ‘Rebel’ the ring buoy mascot in Rosscarbery for County Cork, reminding everyone to rebel against ring buoy vandalism.
Picture: David Keane.
Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr Declan Hurley with Caroline Casey, Cork County Council Water and Road Safety development officer and Eddie Ronayne, Cork County Council safety advisor, at the launch of ‘Rebel’ the ring buoy mascot in Rosscarbery for County Cork, reminding everyone to rebel against ring buoy vandalism.
Picture: David Keane.

Shannon Griffin and Erin Pettit-Mee of Ardfield NS, helping at the launch of ‘Rebel’ the ring buoy mascot in Rosscarbery for County Cork, reminding everyone to rebel against ring buoy vandalism.
Picture: David Keane.

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