At “The Pub” in Carriganima on this Sunday night (28th Oct.) from 10.30 the Annual Halloween Fancy Dress Event will be held. We can imagine the colourful style that will be in evidence on the night judging by the magnificent atmosphere at the recent Wallis Arms Fancy Dress occasion! (S.R.)
This evening’s programme features a wide selection of music from Classical to songs from the famous “Walton Programme”. Feel welcome to contact tonight’s programme by texting 086 22 555 05 or by emailing our Museum email address. Happy listening! (S.R.)
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Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 1138 from Millstreet. Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this nice seasonal Tuesday morning.
Our busy week went very well with huge crowds attending the National Dairy Show at the Green Glens on Saturday.
And the sparkling Fancy Dress ball on Friday night lived up to its name and raised some welcome funds in aid of our Canon O Donovan Centre. Well done to the Wallis Arms Hotel and the Aubane Social Club who organised it.
Next event at the Green Glens is the Annual Pony Show which raises lots of funds every year for various charities. It will be held this Friday Saturday & Sunday October 26,27,28th .
Entries are well up on former years and a great weekend of thrills and spills is guaranteed as little tots on tiny little ponies strive to be the best.
The grand finale on Sunday night usually goes on till very late. It comprises of the graduation ceremony where teenagers advance to higher grades. A show not to be missed.
Afternoon Tea Party, in aid of Bothar, at the home of Mary Buckley Laught, on Tuesday October 30th, from 3pm. Please support this worthy cause.
Renowned author and broadcaster, Jim Wilson will be giving a talk on Irish garden birds at the Secret Garden on Sunday October 28th (3-4pm). After two hard winters and a bad summer bird numbers are low so Jim will be advising on how to make your garden a haven for wildlife. This is a great opportunity to hear the advice and knowledge of Jim’s experience.
Jim Wilson is a wildlife writer, broadcaster, filmmaker, tour leader and past national chairman of BirdWatch Ireland. He is a regular contributor to The Mooney Show on RTE 1 Radio. He has written a number of books including [read more …] “Free Talk ‘Garden Birds’ by Jim Wilson”
- Bertie blazes a fresh trail down historic Butter Road
- Back down The Lane – Rathcoole School Celebrates 160 Years of Learning
- Sheehan goals help Millstreet capture the Singleton Cup against Newmarket
- Duhallow and Hartnett back on familiar ground
- Musicians convened in big numbers for Trad for Trocaire
- GAA draw
- Aubane social club’s annual fancy dress
- Parish Mission
- Goals crucial as footballers are pipped in final
- AGM of Dromtariffe parents and friends (KILCORNEY BANTEER DROMTARIFFE)
The Corkman Newspaper is out every Thursday in all the local newsagents, and contains much more than just the online version.
In my flights of fancy the memories come back
To me of when Connie Kelly the dog man ran the Millstreet dog track
And Morty Cronin the hare driver drove the lure around
May they rest in peace now in dead people’s ground.
The last men to run the Millstreet greyhound trial track to the reaper have gone
The well known and well loved characters Morty and Con
The Millstreet greyhound trial track is now a thing of the past
And only the memories of what was does last.
[read more …] “Connie Kelly And Morty Cronin”