Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to my weekly report.
Here are the results of this weeks parish lotto draw which was held at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Sunday night. Numbers drawn were 5,7,11,25 and the lucky winner of the €11,800 jackpot was Donal Rahilly,Rathmore. The seller was Tom Carroll and he got €1,800, sellers prize. €20 each went to the following nine people, Noreen Kelly c/o Alps. Marie Lane, Old Coach Rd. Chris Hickey, Mount Leader, Margaret McSweeney c/o Alps.Mary Barrett, Carrigacooleen, Eileen and Zeal Dennehy, Liscahane, Catherine Moynihan, Murphys Tce. Tom Carroll and Jack Murphy, And Frank O Doinin c/o Alps. Jackpot for next week €2,000, the draw at Tarrants Bar on Bank Holiday Monday night.
Following the draw Chairman Noel Buckley congratulated Mr. Rahilly on his great win and thanked him and indeed the public at large, for their continued support of our local lotto which is doing so much good for our Community.
This Saturday the 3rd of June, Jerry and Anne Marie O’ Mahony are hosting a coffee morning for ‘The Irish Air Ambulance’ at their home in Inchileigh, Millstreet. They would really appreciate your support:
Please support this great cause and have a cup Let’s get this ambulance up up up Have a cake or a bun, Lets have a chat and some fun! We really hope to see you all there To help us show that we care!
The death has occurred on May 29th 2017, peacefully, after a short illness in CUH, of Kathleen Buckley, (née McAuliffe) Coolykereen, Kanturk, and late of Ballygibbon, Blarney, cherished wife of Connie and dearly beloved mother of Tim, Joan and Lily. Sadly missed by her loving family, grandchildren John and Conor, son-in-law Denis, Lily’s fiancé Maurice, sisters Marie and Olive, brother John, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Requiescat in pace.
Reposing in Graces Funeral Home on Tuesday from 6pm followed by removal at 8pm to The Church of the Immaculate Conception, Kanturk. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon. Funeral afterwards to St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet.
The best of luck to Kevin Crowley who has been named at wing back for the Cork Footballers as they take on Waterford in this evening’s (Saturday 27th May) Munster Senior Football Championship quarter-final in Fraher Field, Dungarvan @ 7pm.
Having played with Cork in the league for a few seasons, he has thankfully avoided injury this season and has his first Championship start.
Result: Waterford 1-11 Cork 1-12 – See photos and match reports below:
In the interest of health and safety a maximum of 44 cars will be permitted to park within the Tubrid environs for the annual Tubrid Mass which takes place at 7:30pm on Friday, 26th May 2017. This traffic arrangement will allow important access should any emergency vehicle be called upon. We thank James for alerting us to this new parking plan for the annual Mass. (S.R.)
Lord Henry Mountcharles was in Millstreet 24 years ago attending the 1993 Eurovision Contest on 15th May that year. Now in 2017 quite a number of Millstreet music Fans will be in Lord Henry’s Castle Estate in Slane. Brian hopes to present his Flag (seen at the top of the display) to the Band this weekend. It would be a dream come true if they arranged to meet. We wish them all success and a fulfilling music experience. … continue reading the full article “Brian’s Magnificent “Guns ‘n Roses” Memorabilia Collection”
Millstreet news items were the topic of conversation when Cllr. John Paul O’Shea spoke to Patricia Messenger on the C103’s CorkToday, this morning. Two different topics were discussed (listen to them above):
The boil water notice for tap water in Millstreet, and communication issues with Irish Water (from 22:00 to 30:30), and
the removal of the ambulance service from the Millstreet area since last Wednesday which was done with no prior notice, and no consultation with anyone (from 30:30 to 37:00)
More on the Millstreet Ambulance: The Millstreet ambulance was originally withdrawn over two years ago, and reinstated temporarily 15 months ago after public pressure, and only a day service at that (8am to 8pm).
Tonight we reflect on the tragic events in Manchester and include appropriate reflective music. We also feature a variety of events including all those pictured below….Fashion Show, Stretcher Race through Millstreet, presentation of Town Park Minute Book, interview with Aedamur Kelly (to be broadcast at 10pm on Tuesday, 30th May), World Fiddle Day in Scartaglin, Storytime and Singing at Aubane Community Centre including a Diamond Jubilee Cake for Dick and Katie Dineen and finally Carnegie Hall – home of Millstreet Museum. To log in from 9:30 to 11:00pm click on the following link. (S.R.) : www.corkmusicstation.com
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to my weekly report.
Another warm spell is on the way and get ready to avail of the lovely sunny days ahead. At the same time be careful with the use of our local water system. It came as a great shock during the week to be told that it is polluted and we were warned to boil it before use. A new purifying system is to be installed and we sincerely hope that it wont be long before we can let down our guard and put this worrying time behind us.
Meanwhile life goes on in our community and we have lots of lovely events to look foreward to. Next Sunday May 28th will see the Grand opening of our newly extended Day Care Centre on the Clara road at 2pm. Everybody is invited to come and see what this wonderful facility has to offer, especially the elderly people of our community. There will be bouncing castles, facepainting, light refreshments plus a grand tour of the whole place.
The Winters were cold and windy and wet
And the fields often gray with frost something i remember yet
And cattle in the farmyard sheds often bellowing for silage or hay
In the place i was raised in from here far away
A few short years ago we were thrilled when Mark Ellis became the first Millstreet hurler on the Cork Senior Hurling team. Now in command of the centre back spot he is one of the senior players on the team, much is expected of him and others as Cork take on Tipperary today with a host of new players.
Cork beat Tipp in the league earlier in the year, but Tipp are smarting a big defeat in the league final. Expect Mark to drop back in front of his full back to help prevent goals, but it won’t be easy for Cork today against the All Ireland champions.
Munster SHC quarter-final: Tipperary v Cork, Semple Stadium, 4pm. There will be live coverage of the game on RTÉ2 (TV), RTE Radio, C103, Radio na Gaeltachta with updates on Cork’s 96FM, Red FM, Cork GAA website and Twitter page, but nothing beats being there!
We thank John Greene for the much appreciated advance information on his Radio Documentary this week. “Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm Today (Sunday, 21st May 2017) on C103 is presented by John. (S.R.)
Lough Hyne is Irelands first Marine Nature Reserve and one of the most beautiful spots in the country. It’s situated 5 kilometres South-West of Skibbereen, just off the Skibbereen Baltimore road.
The marine lake is connected to the Atlantic Ocean via Barlogue Creek by a narrow channel known as the rapids. The area is a scientists paradise, steeped in history and with more folklore than you can imagine. Its history though is at times tragic, as half the population here died during the famine. Also, Fineen O’Driscoll, the last great O’Driscoll chieftain spent his final days here, destitute and alone in his island castle in the centre of Lough Hyne. … continue reading the full article ““Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm Today on C103″
Mass Intentions this Week-end: Saturday 20th May: Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m. Denis O’Hare, Coole Sunday 21st May: Ballydaly 9.00 a.m. Mass for People of the Parish Cullen 10.15 a.m. The deceased members of the McKelvey & Lehane families, Lisaniska Millstreet 11.30 a.m. Donie Murphy, West End
Anniversaries: Kathleen Cashman, Clara Road; Timothy Kelleher, The Bridge; Richard O’Keeffe, Murphy’s Terrace; Tony Galvin, Main Street; Michael McSweeney, Flintfield; Nuala Joyce, Tralee; Timothy O’Callaghan, Banteer; Phelim Marron, Cork & Clara Road; Emma Dineen, Carrigaline; The deceased members of the O’Shea family, Coachford. … continue reading the full article “Parish Newsletter – 19th May, 2017”