Nora Kelleher, Minor Row.
Please contact us if you recognise the lady 3rd from left?
(a special thank you to Celia Dineen for the picture)
Walk in the footsteps of legends as Millstreet’s upcoming Festival traces the route of O’ Sullivan Bere’s epic winter march over 400 years ago from Castletown Bere to Leitrim!
Our ‘A’ Walk between Ballyvourney and Millstreet traces the route over arguably the most rugged and beautiful part of this entire journey.
We earnestly hope to finish the day with less casualties than O’ Sullivan Bere suffered!!
Our ‘B’ & ‘C’ Walks are similarly rewarding with no less a personage than Minister for Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar stating that our ‘B’ Walk (The Claragh Loop) is his ‘ favourite festival walk of 2011’ .
Our ‘ C’ Walk reflects the historical influence of landlords in Millstreet. Commencing at the Wallis Arms Hotel and taking us past the ruins of the once magnificent Mount Leader Estate to a viewing point on Claragh Mountain overlooking Millstreet and the Blackwater Valley.
Full restaurant facilities are provided by the Wallis Arms Hotel which is Base Camp for the Festival.
Looking forward to you joining us for what is certain to be a memorable walking experience.
Read the full details on the Festival Brochure.
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to News Report 1079 from Millstreet.
Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this lovely sunny Tuesday morning.
A million congratulations to Aidan McCaul who has been 30 years in business. A long with his trusty help Tim Ring they have provided us with outstanding service in the hardware trade all that time, and now with his
son Tony on board the future is looking bright. Our sincere thanks goes out to them as we wish them continued success in the future.
Congratulations also go to young Tadg O’Sullivan of Lackabawn who was on the Freemount Ceili Band who was successful at the All Ireland Fleadh in Cavan.
[read more …] “Regional report 1079 – 30th August 2011”