O’Keeffe’s Supervalu Millstreet, would like to invite you to an Open Catering Evening on the 3rd of May from 6.30pm to 8pm.
We will be show-casing our new catering range on offer locally. From BBQ meats, gourmet sandwiches and salads to all the nice sweets and treats, and our renowned custom made cake range. Also on the night there will be a draw for a special prize for those who attend. No catering project is too large or too small. Please contact Niall for further enquiries.
Coordinated by Dave Murphy and his dedicated Team a group of cyclists from Cork City and beyond will stop for refreshments in Millstreet on Saturday morning in the Parish Centre. The event is in aid of “Cork’s Little Heroes”. Last year the inspiring participants had their welcome break in Millstreet GAA Community Hall. (S.R.)
It was after World War II that Dan Collins, then a blacksmith apprentice at Coleman’s Garage in Millstreet, Ireland, came to the United States alongside his brother Johnny. Collins first worked at a Ford agency in New York, and within a few years news of his expertise as a mechanic had spread all the way to Oregon where Gordon Smith, owner of Lakeview’s local Ford dealership, offered Collins a job. With only a few dollars to his name, Collins traveled cross-country to Lakeview to join the Ford operation, which subsequently burned down soon afterward.
Despite the setback, the Collins brothers persisted, and by 1953 established a repair shop in Lakeview. Two years later, having built a Dodge-Plymouth agency alongside their repair shop, another fire nearly ended the business. The family regrouped, and by 1958 had bought the Chevrolet dealership from Buz Thompson, which in 1960 suffered yet another fire. … continue reading the full article “Dan Collins Ford”
The death has occurred on Wednesday 26th April 2017 of Nora Duggan (née Daly) Glenleigh, Rathcoole, Cork. In the presence of her husband and family at Millstreet Community Hospital. Grandmother of the late Mark Anthony. Deeply regretted by her husband Dan, sons Donal, John, Eddie, Martin and Gerald, daughters Mary and Norma, sons in law, daughters in law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, relatives, neighbours and friends.
Reposing at Tarrant’s funeral home, Millstreet, on Thursday, with rosary at 8pm. Reposing on Friday from 6pm with removal at 8pm to St Nicholas’ Church, Kilcorney. Requiem Mass on Saturday at 12 noon and burial in St Mary’s Cemetery.
Looking for information on 1901 census about Building 20 Upper Mill Lane, Drishane, Millstreet. My father’s uncle James Dineen was a tailor in Millstreet until his death in 1915. His wife Nora (Casey) Dineen was a dressmaker and they had a Jeremiah Riordan, age 15, living with them. He might have helped them with their business. Our family will be visiting Millstreet this summer and would like to visit their home at Building 20 but it, doesnt appear on Google maps. Does anyone know where Upper Mill Lane is ? Also would LOVE to chat with any Dineen, Casey or Riordan Family!
Debra Dineen, Arizona, USA
Mary Buckley of Laught, Rathcoole, will be holding a Tea/Coffee Day again this year on the 1st May (Monday) from 10am until 6pm in her home. The proceeds of the day will go to the Mercy Hospital Foundation. Kettle on the boil all day long and plenty of home-baking.
All Welcome. Hope to see ye all there.
The death has occurred on Sunday 23rd April 2017 of Eileen Collins (née Murphy (Tuts)), Clara Road, Millstreet. Sadly missed by her loving husband Noel her son Fergal, daughter-in-law Bri-Ann, grandchildren Finbar, Ishbel and Elena, her sister Anna (Enright) Bishopstown, her brother Mick Murphy, Monkstown, her brother-in-law John Paul Collins (Tralee), nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.
Reposing in St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on Tuesday from 6pm to 8pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon followed by burial in Ballydesmond Cemetery. May She Rest in Peace.
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to my weekly report.
The fine weather continues to bring out the best in all of us. The children returning to school after the Easter holidays cant say but that they were not able to enjoy the great out of doors for two weeks.
And while those involved in the land are working long hours to get the spring work done, householders are forging ahead with painting their places and doing up their gardens.
The Tidy Towns efforts on Saturday were very well supported. Again the fine weather encouraged the crowds to come out and take part in the first big clean-up of the season which is sponsored by Avonmore Electrical, Okeeffe’s SuperValu and Cork Co. Council. From now on we are all urged to keep up the good work. Paint and clean and weed and dig, do whatever is needed for us to gain those last few extra points in this years National Contest.
Millstreet Vintage Club welcomed the Blue Force Club to Millstreet yesterday as they continued there 5000 mile Coastline Challenge Tractor Charity Run,some Club Members met the Group in Macroom with more joining the Route in Carriganima as the Group made there way to a stop for Refreshments at Colemans Millstreet Kia and New Holland Dealers in Millstreet, here Millstreet Vintage Club made a donation to the Blue Force Club who said they were humbled and thrilled with the great Reception and Hospitality that they got on there visit to Millstreet,many thanks must go to Club Member Jack Sheehan who coordinated the whole Event and John and Ben of Colemans in Millstreet for there Hospitality and the use of the Garage Premises for the Parking and display of Tractors,Millstreet Vintage Club would also like to thank the Gardai for there help in managing the Traffic flow when the Run was in the Local Area. For more information on this Coastline Challenge check out the Blue Force website at http://www.blueforce.uk.com/
Millstreet Vintage Club have informed us that The Blue Force 5000 mile Coastline Tractor Challenge will be in the Macroom, Millstreet Area on Monday next the 24th April. The Tractor run will be in Macroom at 11am tomorrow. It will then proceed to Carriganima for a brief stop and then on to Colemans Millstreet for a Show and Reception. Millstreet Vintage Club members will then convey the run to Rathmore.”All Ford, Fordson and New Holland and Fiat tractors are welcome to join in on the Run as support. This event is part of Ford 100 celebration with proceeds of the event going to Cancer and Children’s charities in the UK. Donations will be accepted by the Blue Force boys on the day.There are also tickets for sale for a restored Fordson Dexta kindly donated by club member Roy Cowgill. Further details from Millstreet Vintage Club Member Jack Sheehan on (086) 806 8243.
Mass Intentions this Week-end: Saturday 22nd April: Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m. John Joe & Teresa Tangney, Main Street Sunday 23rd April: Ballydaly 9.00 a.m. Fr. Tim Buckley, Toorbonia & England Cullen 10.15 a.m. Nora Fleming, Meenagloherane Millstreet 11.30 a.m. Victor O’Hare, Cloghoulamore
A long time ago and from here far away
In Johnny Hickey’s grove in Inchaleigh children’s games we did play
As primary school-goers long before our lives prime
This is going back the years more than six decades in time
Only memories of them with me now do stay
The friends of my childhood where are they today?
Since we all had to follow our lives destiny
Though i often do wonder where today they might be
True Community Spirit was superbly demonstrated today during the nationwide Tidy Towns Clean Up Project. To illustrate the inspiring enthusiasm clearly in evidence we visited The Square where many splendid Volunteers prepared to travel to various parts of Millstreet to participate in the major Clean Up. Then we went to Tanyard Wood when a wonderful Team including many young people completed a magnificent clean up project. Sincere congratulations to All who so very enthusiastically participated. Please click on the following images to enlarge. (S.R.) … continue reading the full article “Inspiring Enthusiasm Demonstrated by Team Millstreet Clean Up Today”
On Saturday 22nd of April 2017, Millstreet Tidy Town Association in conjunction with Cork County Council are delighted to announce Team Millstreet Clean-Up. Our aim is to clean all of Millstreet town and the surrounding area. This is a huge opportunity for people to get involved in their locale, give back to the community. We are calling on all Schools, Business and Community Groups to get involved.
Son of Mary and Finbarr, he’s one of a long line of O’Connor’s who have given great years of service to Knocknagree GAA club. David’s other interests include hurling, hillwalking and a little socialising when time allows. He is currently studying for an Arts Degree in History and geography in University College Cork. He has coached Cúl camps and helped out with primary school sessions. David is an impeccable role model for all young people.
Rafał Luberda (przeżył 39 lat) z Obidowej, mieszkający w Millstreet. Odszedł nagle. Msza św. pożegnalna w czwartek (20.04) o 20.00 w Millstreet, Co. Cork. Wieczne odpoczywanie racz mu dać Panie a światłość wiekuista niechaj mu świeci.
Rafał Luberda (39 years) from Obidova, Poland, living in Tanyard Wood, Millstreet. Passed away unexpectedly on April 17th 2017. Holy Farewell Mass this evening Thursday (20th April) at 8pm in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet, Co. Cork. Eternal rest grant to him O Lord, and may perpetual light shine upon him. Amen.