History of our twinning project
In September 2012, Schull played host to a representative from Le Guilvinec Town Hall and me (the president) and said that they were prepared to consider the possibility of a twinning.
During their visit for Saint Patrick’s Day in March 2013, Schull confirmed their wish to twin.
This was how we came about deciding to create a twinning association and its articles of association became official on 28th May 2013.
At the end of 2013, we had about fifty members.
The official twinning charter was signed on 20th May 2014 in SCHULL.
Last edited: 24/11/2014