In the Corkman – 25th October 2012

The Corkman Newspaper is out every Thursday in all the local newsagents, and contains much more than just the online version.

Other Newspaper Articles:

The Cork News: Joanne Trades Stardom for Study Ahead of her Leaving Cert (1st Nov 2012)

The Herald: Parents tell brave Joanne to stay out of the limelight

Drishane Castle as a Music Venue

An interesting presentation on youTube today with plans for future open-air concerts on the grounds of Drishane Castle. The next Slane? 🙂  Here is what is says:

“Drishane Castle, is ideally located to host any national or international music event. Located in West Cork on the Cork and Kerry boarder it has spectacular views. Just 2.8 KM from the castle is Millstreet train station. This allows for the [read more …] “Drishane Castle as a Music Venue”

Billy O’Shea

The years go by quickly as some like to say
One of the strong boys of the Millstreet Primary School of the late fifties the young Billy O’ Shea
Deceased in his mid sixties news of his passing quite sad
He was such a good person in him nothing bad

Born and raised in Cockhill where he lived most of his life span
Quite shy in his ways he was such a nice man
As good a person as one could wish for to meet
He will be missed by his family and his friends in Millstreet
[read more …] “Billy O’Shea”

Millstreet Parish Mission 2012 Begins

Millstreet Parish Mission begins on Saturday, 27th Oct. 2012 – Fr. Brian Nolan CSSR & Fr. Dan Baragry CSSR who are giving the Mission – here welcomed by  Nora O’Keeffe, Cullen.   All three are natives of Co. Limerick.  (S.R.)
Remembering Missions of bygone days – from Millstreet Museum Archives through the kindness of Dermot Kiely, Cullen. As in the present Parish Mission it was also the Redemptorist Fathers who gave the Mission in 1934 and in 1955. (S.R.)