Cllr. with Cork County Council based in Douglas

 

Joe has a keen interest in sport in his local community and played soccer with Douglas Hall for 15 years as well as football and hurling with Douglas GAA.

His involvement in the local community continues through his involvement as a manager in his local soccer clubs and he manages teams in both Douglas and Passage.

He was the founder of Douglas Post Magazine, is a Mental Health Advocate and as a Community Activist has supported people in financial distress.

Born in Douglas, with 6 brothers and 3 sisters, Joe attended Douglas St. Columbus primary school, and Douglas Community School. He established his own business after working for New Ireland and Prudential Assurance in South Mall Cork.

Joe lives in Douglas and has four children.

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“The Social Democrats believe in an Ireland where high quality public services, strong communities and a thriving economy combine to create a society where everyone has a meaningful opportunity to reach their full potential”

“The Social Democrats believe in an Ireland where high quality public services, strong communities and a thriving economy combine to create a society where everyone has a meaningful opportunity to reach their full potential”

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FAI/Cork City FC ‘More than a Club’ launch: Cllr. Joe Harris,deputising for the County Mayor spoke about the positives of social inclusion programmes & what they can do for the people of Cork & also using the popularity of football as a way to engage all members of the community.

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