IFA President John Bryan to visit Millstreet

The Irish Farmers Association President John Bryan will visit Millstreet tomorrow night (Thursday 26th January), when he addresses a Duhallow IFA meeting in the Wallis Arms Hotel at 8:30pm. The meeting will discuss current farming issues, the Common Agriculture Policy 2014 negotiations, and land reclamation. All are welcome.

To understand why these topics are currently important, read the following articles:
* CAP 2014 – The Battle Begins (from the Farmers Journal)
* Land Reclamation – Proposals Meet Strong Resistance (from the Farmers Journal)

Marian Players production of Cinderella – schedule

2011-11-25 Marion Players Rathmore Panto - at the 25th Anniversary Launch

Marian Players Rathmore
25th Annual Pantomime – Cinderella

At Rathmore Community Centre,
Saturday, 28thJanuary , 8.30pm
Wednesday, 1st February, 8pm
Thursday, 2nd Febuary, 8pm
Saturday, 4th February, 8.30pm
Matinees at 2.45pm
Sunday, 29th January & Sunday, 5th February.

Proceeds to Kerry Parents & Friends Association.
Further details and bookings 064-7758526

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LTV2 Millstreet Programme 199 now online

LTV2 Millstreet Programme 199  which is scheduled to be broadcast on Thurs Jan 26th 2012 is now online. You can now watch our latest Programme which was recorded in Carriganima and edited by Sean Murphy first right here on millstreet.ie or by logging into the LTV2 Facebook Page before it hits our Television screens tommorrow night at 10.00pm with a repeat showing on next Sunday night Jan 29th at 8.00pm

00:00 – 04:30 Set Dancing in Darby O’Gill’s, with music by Peter Lane
04:30 – 10:00 Sean Murphy, Brendan Murphy, Eily Buckley and Bernard Crowley introduce the show.
10:00 – 15:20 Eily’s Regional Report
15:20 – 20:35 Filling the Pint at Carriganima [read more …] “LTV2 Millstreet Programme 199 now online”

Regional Report 1099 – 24th January 2012


Eily Buckley

Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 1099 from Millstreet.

Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this rather wet but mild and calm Tuesday morning.

Now that the Christmas Season is over, the proceeds of the many fundraising events that were held around  the Festive Season are being presented  to the causes for which they were held.

The proceeds of the Christmas Day Climb of Mushera will be presented to the St. John’s Well Committee at a pleasant Function in Aubane.

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