Taoiseach Leo Varadkar visits East Cork

1 August 2019
By Mary Bermingham
mary@TheCork.ie

An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, and Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, receiving Blossom Farm Honey from John Arnold, Community Activist, Historian and Columnist with The Irish Examiner and The Echo, as a token of appreciation during An Taoiseach’s visit to John and Mary Arnold’s Farm in Garryantaggart, Bartlemy, Co. Cork, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, and his parents Brendan and Jane with An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, during An Taoiseach’s visit to John and Mary Arnold’s Farm in Garryantaggart, Bartlemy, Co. Cork, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
John Arnold, Community Activist, Historian and Columnist with The Irish Examiner and The Echo, with An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, and Sean and Kathleen Twomey, Rathcormac, and also Nora O’Donovan, Bartlemy, during An Taoiseach’s visit to John and Mary Arnold’s Farm in Garryantaggart, Bartlemy, Co. Cork, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, and John and Mary Arnold with An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, during An Taoiseach’s visit to John and Mary Arnold’s Farm in Garryantaggart, Bartlemy, Co. Cork, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, being shown how to make hurleys from Ash Trees by John Arnold, Community Activist, Historian and Columnist with The Irish Examiner and The Echo, during An Taoiseach’s visit to John and Mary Arnold’s Farm in Garryantaggart, Bartlemy, Co. Cork, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, John Arnold, Community Activist, Historian and Columnist with The Irish Examiner and The Echo, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, and Donal Sheehan, part of The BRIDE Project, checking out a chicory and clover mixture during An Taoiseach’s visit to John and Mary Arnold’s Farm in Garryantaggart, Bartlemy, Co. Cork, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, and An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, with John Arnold, Community Activist, Historian and Columnist with The Irish Examiner and The Echo, pictured during An Taoiseach’s visit to John and Mary Arnold’s Farm in Garryantaggart, Bartlemy, Co. Cork, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
Superintendent John Deasy, Fermoy, and some of his Garda team with Cllr. Kay Dawson, Mitchelstown, Cllr. Cllr Noel McCarthy, Fermoy, Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, and Valerie Murphy, CEO of Avondhu Blackwater Partnership, during An Taoiseach’s visit to Badger & Dodo, Irish Artisan Coffee Roasters, based in Fermoy, Co. Cork, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, speaking to Fitsum Kinfe, Ethiopia, with David Cliffe during An Taoiseach’s visit to Badger & Dodo, Irish Artisan Coffee Roasters, based in Fermoy, Co. Cork, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, with Brock Lewin, Owner of Badger & Dodo, Irish Artisan Coffee Roasters, based in Fermoy, Co. Cork, watch Brazilian Coffee beans being graded during An Taoiseach’s visit to Badger & Dodo, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, being shown some coffee beans by Brock Lewin, Owner of Badger & Dodo, Irish Artisan Coffee Roasters, based in Fermoy, Co. Cork, during An Taoiseach’s visit to Badger & Dodo, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, and Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, with Brock Lewin, Owner of Badger & Dodo, Irish Artisan Coffee Roasters, based in Fermoy, Co. Cork, with his wife, Claire Cliffe Lewin and children, Saoirse, Rosisn and Aisling, pictured during An Taoiseach’s visit to Badger & Dodo as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, with Pa O’Driscoll, The Fine Gael General Election candidate for Cork East, being welcomed by Claire Cliffe Lewin and Brock Lewin, Owner of Badger & Dodo, Irish Artisan Coffee Roasters, based in Fermoy, Co. Cork, and his daughters Roisin, Saoirse and Aisling, during An Taoiseach’s visit to Badger & Dodo, as part of his trip to the Cork East constituency.
Picture: John Hennessy

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