New business activity in Creeslough


FOUR new businesses are being established along Creeslough’s main street, bringing some vibe and employment back to the village. The green shed beside McNulty’s Pub on Main Street is now occupied by the Creeslough Community Association while the old Creeslough Hardware has been converted into a showroom and stores for Donegal Log Cabins. Last month, […]


What happened the Creeslough man who left school early?


THE founder of an Irish pharmaceutical services company, which has begun trials on a new Covid-19 nasal spray vaccine is Donegal man Cathal Friel. Mr Friel (57) from Creeslough was a finalist in the International category as part of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2020. He left school after his Junior Cert to work […]


Peter (89) uses wife’s native Donegal for marathon walk


An eighty-nine year man who have walked more than 1,000 mile around his small house and garden since lockdown has been plotting his progress on his map of Donegal. Peter Cooke lives alone in Whitley Bay in the North East of England. He has made a circuit in his house (86 laps to 1 mile) […]


Funeral tomorrow of second victim of fatal car crash


THE funeral takes places tomorrow of Michael McGinley, Feymore, Creeslough. Mr McGinley is the second victim of a fatal car crash at Derryart, Creeslough on Tuesday September 1st. Jamie Bonner (19) from Dungloe was pronounced dead at the scene. Mr McGinley, a passenger in the vehicle, passed away at Letterkenny University Hospital. Advertisement His funeral […]


Man dies after two-car collision outside Creeslough


A TEENAGER has died following a two-car collision on the N56 between Creeslough and Portnablagh last night.The incident happened  at around 9.30pm and the 19-year-old man, who was a passenger in one of the cars, was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the car and another passenger, both men in their 20s, were […]


Plan to revitalise Creeslough starts to bear fruit


  INNOVATIVE plans to revitalise a struggling Donegal village are starting to bear fruit. It follows confirmation that three parties are now benefiting from incentives to attract new business in Creeslough. Advertisement Two years have passed since Creeslough born cousins Charles and Martin Sweeney first unveiled their ambitious plans to offer rent-free shops and office […]