- Millstreet still flying the flag for Eurovision countries
- Millstreet resident not allowed to marry here
- Dromtarriffe / Kilcorney News
- Tullylease withstand Millstreet comeback (Junior A Hurling)
- An unforgettable day for First Communion children
The Corkman Newspaper is out every Thursday in all the local newsagents, and contains much more than just the online version.
DUCON CUP Quarter Final
Millstreet –v- Cullen
8pm Friday June 1st in Knocknagree
Result: Millstreet 0-12 Cullen 0-11 After Extra Time 🙂 (Half time score: 0-3 to 0-6, End of normal time score: 0-8 to 0-8)
This year, the Feis is being held on Sunday 10th of June, with singing, music and recitation competitions commencing at 12.00 noon. The solo piping competitions will commence at 12 noon also. Sports for all will commence at 2pm. A seisiún of music, song and dance by local performers will commence at 3 pm. These include dancers and musicians from Boherbue, Millstreet and Cullen, local singers and the Cullen Pipe Band. Down through the years the Cullen Pipe Band has been a great friend to the Feis and is always appreciated for their wonderful contribution on the day. There will be a Céad Míle Fáilte for everyone on Feis Laitiarain Day. With your support the Feis will continue for many years to come. [read more …] “Cullen Feis (Feis Laitiarain) 2012”
John Kelleher presenting the sum of €600 the proceeds of the recent Coffee Morning which was held in aid of St Patrick’s Hospital Marymount Hospice & in memory of the late Phil Duggan Ballinhassig to Valarie Coogan (The Friends of Marymount Hospice Cork Fundraising Committee) at Marymount Hospice, Curraheen Road Cork today. Also in the Picture L – R is Pat Maher (Chairman of the Friends of Marymount Fundraising Committee) The Duggan Family Ballinhassig, Anne Erdell (Friends of Marymount Hospice Fundraising Committee. Many Thanks to all who supported the Coffee Morning which was held on Sat 21 April 2012 the Parish Centre in Millstreet.
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 1117 from Millstreet. Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this dull but calm Tuesday morning, the last one in May.
The Month of June is upon us and in the weeks to come the first of the judging for the National Tidy Towns Competition and other smaller Awards will begin. Already there are signs of great improvements, in our area, such as painting of houses, fixing of walls and fences, not least among them the re-vamping of Matt Murphy’s wall, in Minor Row where he so laboriously painted the flags of all the Countries that took part in the EuroVision Song Contest when it came to Millstreet in 1993. People are asked to please keep up the Good work, give all the help you can to our vibrant committee in their quest to turn last year bronze medal into silver this time round. [read more …] “Regional report 1117 – 29th May 2012”
A number of residents from Drishane Castle join us for our weekly meetings and on the afternoon of Sunday 8th July we are looking forward to going to Drishane to organize Bible based adult and children’s programmes. The children’s programme will include lots of games, crafts and other fun. Then after sharing a BBQ together we plan to have our regular service on that particular Sunday in the main hall at Drishane Castle instead of at our usual venue. We will be joined by a team of visitors from California and this should be a really inspiring service including lots of good music. Again we would warmly invite anyone from the local community to join us at 7pm in the main hall of Drishane Castle on Sunday 8th July. For further information on any of this please contact Laurence at 064 6631613 or email <email>