“I had my dinner from it and mom had her dinner from it and there was still some leftover so I put it into my lunchbox and had it for lunch the next day” – Chloé describes her experience with cooking from the Smart Store Cooking recipe book utilising the ingredients already in her family home. Planning nutritious, easy to follow meals while reducing food waste is something Chloé incorporates into her busy student life.
*Further details of Millstreet Culture Night 2018*
On this Friday night, September 21st, there will be a recital by Millstreet
Pipe Band in the Square at 7pm followed by an outdoor show by Empire
Acrobatic Rock’n Roll Dance School & songs from Drishane Castle Choir. The
Vintage Club will also be present with a ‘Vintage Display’
The E Centre in the Square, will be the location for the Cork Photographic
Exhibition, Millstreet Knitting Club, an Art Exhibition by Bertie Buckley &
Ini from Love & Care for People will also be present. The winners of the
Colouring Competition will also be announced & their work will be on
Please support this fun free night of entertainment.
We thank Marie Twomey of Millstreet Pipe Band for this important update. (S.R.)
Dog Walking services available in Millstreet Town.
Capable 17 year old girl with lots of experience with dogs available to walk your dog on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and Saturday all day.
€5 per dog per walk (30-45 mins)
Contact: 083 8155 806
“Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station is now on air – 9:30 to 11:00pm … Tues. 18th Sept. 2018. Happy Listening!
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde and welcome to my report.
The weather was kind over the weekend to allow all the many outdoor events to go ahead, while the tail end of Hurricane Helena made her presence felt on Monday evening. The darker evenings fill us now with thoughts of night classes and hobbies and cosy chats and discussions. As well as places where you can work out, keep fit and stay healthy.
Last night our Active Retired group held their annual registration meeting at the Parish Centre and it was very well attended. It was followed by Mass at 7.30 celebrated by Fr. Paddy O’Byrne. Their Chairperson is Mary McSweeney, Kit O’Sullivan Secretary, and Eileen O’Riordan Treasurers.
On Tuesday of next week, September 25th some members of our Active Group will join the Castlemagner Group for a four day conducted trip to Carlow.
Millstreet Vintage Club are delighted to be associated with the Culture Night in Millstreet which will be held on this coming Friday Sept 21st,the Vintage Club will put on a Display of Vintage Equipment Cars Tractors etc for the Evening and there are plenty Exhibits and Activities planned around the Town as well for the Culture Night itself,do support this Event and its all for Free.
The death has taken place on Monday 17th September 2018 of Kitty Horgan, Ballygrace, Churchtown, Mallow, and late of Clongmona Beg (Cloghoulabeg), Millstreet, who passed away, peacefully, in the tender and loving care of the matron and staff of Padre Pio Nursing Home, Churchtown, beloved daughter of the late Michael and Mary and sister of the late Patrick. Sadly missed by her loving relatives and friends.
Reposing in O’Keeffe’s Funeral Home Bank Place, Buttevant, on Tuesday evening from 6pm to 7pm followed by removal to St Nicholas’ Church, Churchtown. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 2pm. Funeral afterwards to St. Brigid’s Cemetery. May she rest in peace. 
WE THANK YOU VERY SINCERELY FOR SUPPORTING THE APPLICATON OF
AN “AFRICAN CATHOLIC FAMILY” WHO LIVED IN DRISHANE AND
WHO HAVE NOW BEEN GRANTED LEAVE TO REMAIN AND WORK IN IRELAND.
Attached is an EXTRACT from a letter of thanks from Othello on behalf of his family.
To all the people who signed the petition and to all the people of Millstreet, Thank you.
The Minister has given us our residence.
We love you so much, and with joy we feel so proud you chose us as one of your friends.
God bless you.
Millstreet Athletic Club
The evening’s Couch to 5k session
has been cancelled due to the weather conditions
Hope to see ye on Wednesday
Stokes & Co., Solicitors invites you to join them for coffee and cakes
in aid of Marymount Hospice
on Thursday 20th September 2018
at Aroma Café, Minor Row, Millstreet
between 10:30am-12:00 noon.
We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible for this very worthy cause.
With some 58 Tractors travelling in the annual Tractor Run in Carriganima on Sunday, 16th Sept. 2018 – C.A.R.T. in Carriganima and Millstreet Vintage Club were very pleased with the superb success of the event. Here we share the first two of many images from the very impressive event. Lots more pictures later. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Millstreet Vintage Club and CART Carriganima wish to thank everyone for there support today on the Tractor Run,the weather was superb on the day and some 60 Tractors took to the road and conveyed through what was a lovely Route which made its way back to the finish at The Pub in Carriganima where some Refreshments were enjoyed by all,again many thanks from CART Carriganima and Millstreet Vintage Club for the great turn out and support on the day,it is very much appreciated.
(Photos Courtesy of Sean Radley and Patrick W O’Leary)
Saturday, 15th Sept. 2018 truly was a very busy and exciting day in Millstreet which included the official welcome of our Breton Visitors from Pommerit le Vicomte who will be on holiday for the next week – While Tubrid Holy Well and Millstreet GAA Community Hall were the venues for the inspirational Faith and Light Group from all over Munster. Lots and lots of superbly colourful Cork Flags and window displays salute the splendidly talented Chloe Collins in advance of the All-Ireland in Croke Park on Sunday. Here we share images from the many happenings in Millstreet this Saturday. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
24th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME– 16th September, 2018
Canon John Fitzgerald P.P.
Tel Nos. Millstreet 029-70043/Mobile 087-7752948
Email: <email> www.dioceseofkerry.ie
PARISH OFFICE OPENING HOURS:
10.00a.m.-1.00p.m. & 2.00p.m.-5.00p.m.
Your prayers are requested for the repose of the souls of the following and for those whose anniversaries occur around this time, and for those for whom masses will be offered during the week:
MASS INTENTIONS THIS WEEK-END:
Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m. Gerard Healy, Murphys Terrace & Wicklow
Ballydaly 9.00 a.m. Tadhg Moynihan, Killarney Road
Cullen 10.15 a.m. Annie Murphy, Mologhroe
Millstreet 11.30 a.m. Kathleen Murphy, Drishane Road
ANNIVERSARIES: Richard Barrett, The Square; Eddie O’Mahony, Murphys Tce; Julia & Paddy Buckley, Carrigacooleen; Peter & Joanne O’Connor, Minor Row; John Cronin, Murphys Tce; Maura, Margaret & Patrick Buckley, ballyvouskill, Jackie Donnelly, Derragh; Eugene Cronin, Cullen, Christy Kelleher, Kilmeedy; Dan Lehane, Tullig; Con Hickey, Gortnacreeha; Kathleen O’Donoghue, Aubane; Eugene & Eileen Cronin, Dromnahilla; Bridget Singleton, Mill Lane; Hannah Coleman, Muingyroogeen. [read more …] “Parish Newsletter – 16th September, 2018”
Millstreet Vintage Club Carriganima Tractor Run in aid of CART Rural Transport Service on Tommorrow Sunday September 16th. Registration at The Pub Carriganima from 10.30 am. Run starting at 12 noon sharp. Nice local scenic route. Refreshments afterwards at The Pub in Carriganima. Contact Sean on (087)2600640, or Dan on (087)2452569 for details.
(NOTE NO PASSENGERS ALLOWED ON RUN WITHOUT SAFETY BELTS)
On Thursday, 13th Sept. 2018 Millstreet Library was the location for a day of Family History Research with the wonderfully enthusiastic Genealogist Supreme from Co. Limerick – Karen O’Riordan from the Local Studies Library of Cork County Library. Karen met a number of people having spoken to them by phone some days ago receiving some background family history and then researching each person’s family history. For me I got some very valuable insights into the O’Leary (my mother’s maiden name) Family History. Karen asked us to focus on just one of our parents. What a truly excellent service by Cork County Library. If there is a further occasion when such a Day of Family History is repeated we would certainly encourage you to participate. All seen by the superbly dedicated Karen today felt greatly enriched by the treasured information shared. Our pictures illustrate Karen working with just two of the many appreciative participants – Margaret Healy and yours truly. Very special thanks also to the consistently helpful Millstreet Librarian – Grace Tangney who coordinated this special Day of Family History. (S.R.) [read more …] “Excellent Family History Support at Millstreet Library”
The new IRD Duhallow Training Courses Brochure ( Autumn/Winter 2018) is currently being distributed across the Duhallow region. There are seventy odd courses that will be run this Autumn in the following sectors: Business / Career Preparation / Marketing & Sale / Food / Agriculture / Horticulture / Health & Safety / Health Care / Human Resource / It / Personal Development / Warehousing / Craft.
The list of courses is below, but for full details read the brochure from IRD Duhallow here. [read more …] “IRD Duhallow Training Courses for Autumn 2018”
Laura Cullinane, Siobhan Tarrant & Sheila Barratt with the cheque for ‘Fight For Fionn’, half of the proceeds from the Stretcher Race run by the Bush Bar at the start of June. The other half went to the boy from Killarney Ian O’Connell, and Connie delivered that cheque himself – photo Geraldine Dennehy. [read more …] “Stretcher Race Cheque for Fionn”
Caring, reliable, non smoker, car owner, required to mind toddler in his own home from morning & his two sisters when they get home from primary school in the evening for an hour or two. Monday to Friday.. Please contact 0872876763
Millstreet Community Council sends best wishes to Maria Murphy, Ballydaly who is a Contestant in the Miss Ireland Competition to be held in Dublin on Sunday next, 16th Sept. 2018.
We thank Noel Buckley for this well wishing notice. (S.R.)
Our 10pm feature tonight on “Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station (Tues. 11th Sept. 2018) recalls Michael Linehan’s 70th Birthday which took place in Scartaglin on last Saturday night. We also hear the superb pipe music as played by Con Houlihan of Cullen Pipe Band as he piped Michael into the three Bars in Scartaglin – O’Connor’s, Lyons’s and Fleming’s. We reflect on the very successful Autumn Vintage Car Run of last Sunday. We chat about our 1940s historic photos of Millstreet Boys’ Secondary School. And we travel to Gneeves Wind Farm in the company of Patrick W. O’Leary, Kentucky, USA and Brendan Murphy, Millstreet.
We’ve lots of musings and music plus songs from artists like André Rieu, Nat King Cole, Judy Garland, Ann Shelton, The Seekers, Les Paul & Mary Ford plus Hymns from Medjugorje. And there’s more…lots more! Do join us from 9:30 to 11:00pm (Irish Time). Feel very welcome to contact our live broadcast by emailing us on <email@example.com>, by texting 086 825 0074 or by joining our chatline on the Seán Radley Facebook Page.
Many have enquired if we have podcasts of our weekly 10pm features so that they could listen to them if the live broadcast was missed. As yet we do not have such an audio archive but we are hoping to develop this facility in the not-too-distant future as very kind support for this has become available about which we shall give more details later. For now happy listening to our live broadcast this evening! Below we share images from the topics included in our programme. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
“… some towns are heavily reliant on just one industry. For example, in seven towns, more than 25pc of the workforce were employed in manufacturing in April 2016 – they include Ballyhaunis, in Co Mayo, where 41.88pc of workers are in the sector, followed by Millstreet, in Co Cork, at 33.92pc…” 
From a community perspective, you’d prefer a broader spread of the workforce across industries, because in our case we may be too exposed to a shock to the manufacturing sector. At the same time we’re glad to have Alps, Munster Joinery, and the other smaller manufacturers in the area for the jobs they bring.
Detailed employment tables for Millstreet are below, though just the town and not include the surrounding hinterland. [read more …] “Census 2016: Are we too reliant on manufacturing?”
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde and welcome to my report.
Millstreet Community Council will hold their first monthly meeting following the summer break, at the Wallis Arms Hotel tonight starting at 8.30 sharp. All members please attend, the meeting will deal exclusively with our plans for Culture Day September 21st.
Our popular Pipe Band will hold their annual church gate collection on September 15/16 and your support would be gratefully appreciated.
I have a note from Anne Keane to say that 12 of our friends from our Twin Town in Brittany Pommerit le Vicompte will arrive here on next Saturday Septwmber 15th and stay till September 22nd. On arrival they will be treated to a warm welcome and refreshments at McCarthys Bar. Please drop in and give them a real Millstreet welcome. [read more …] “Eily’s Report – 11th September”