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Living in Carrigaline

  • 15-01-2020 1:48pm
    #1
    Registered Users Posts: 28


    Hi,

    I am an Indian living in Limerick and am planning a move Cork right now and am looking for some answers if anyone could help.

    1. How is Carrigaline? Is it a safe place to live in? Especially near the Carrigaline Church Roundabout?
    2. Commute from Carrigaline to Cork City Center - is it doable daily using a bus/car?
    3. I will appreciate any feedback about St John GNS in Carrigaline.

    Thanks,
    Abhijeet


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  • Registered Users Posts: 751 ✭✭✭Colonel_McCoy


    1. How is Carrigaline? Is it a safe place to live in? Especially near the Carrigaline Church Roundabout?

    Yes very safe

    2. Commute from Carrigaline to Cork City Center - is it doable daily using a bus/car?

    20 - 25 drive

    Bus runs every 24 hrs

    3. I will appreciate any feedback about St John GNS in Carrigaline.

    good school


  • Registered Users Posts: 3,634 ✭✭✭dotsman


    2. Commute from Carrigaline to Cork City Center - is it doable daily using a bus/car?

    20 - 25 drive
    Not during rush hour! (which is likely what the OP is asking)


  • Registered Users Posts: 634 ✭✭✭Pablo Escobar


    1. How is Carrigaline? Is it a safe place to live in? Especially near the Carrigaline Church Roundabout?

    Yes very safe

    2. Commute from Carrigaline to Cork City Center - is it doable daily using a bus/car?

    20 - 25 drive

    Bus runs every 24 hrs

    3. I will appreciate any feedback about St John GNS in Carrigaline.

    good school
    Just to clarify on this, the bus runs 24 hours a day, great service.


  • Registered Users Posts: 23 Ollie111


    Regarding St. Johns GNS, this is the local national school. From September it is amalgamating with Scoil Mhuire Lourdes ( boys national school) and will be mixed Juniors to 3rd class. There will be a new building down the line but for the short term it will be split over 4 sites!
    It's a good school, my 2 girls went there. They got a new principal last year who is making good improvements.
    They have an open night Thursday jan 20th at 7pm in the junior building next to the church opposite the hotel.


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