Regional Report 1180 – 13th August 2013

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Eily Buckley

Dia is Mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to News Report 1180 from Millstreet.  Fondest Greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this beautiful autumn morning.The stage is set at the Mighty Green Glens Complex for another showstopping extravaganza of Equine events.This years Show promises to be the best to date and we’ve had some good ones. Starting on tomorrow Wednesday it will build up as the days go on to agreat grand finale on Sunday afternoon. The weather forecast is good.Admission is free from beginning to end and so is parking. There is a prize fund of over €180,000. (Thousand)

The Show jumps themselves have been brought over from London having graced the equine events there for the Olympic
Games.
Teams of staff will be there to see that everything runs smoothly and according to plan.Please look up the Green Glens Website for all the details.
There will be lots of Trade Stands, Various food outlets. Ample seating, and toilet facilities.
Our Summer Horse Show is special in this year of the Gathering. Come and be part of it.

More Accommodation is still needed. If you can help please contact the office at the Green Glens 029 70800 right away.

Our town and approach roads have been manicured in order to make our place look cheerful and welcoming to our visitors.
Food outlets in the town are preparing to do a lively trade as well as all the other services that we have to offer.
Please let me extend a hearty welcome to all our visitors on behalf of our entire community.
And further good news is that our beautiful newly refurbished Museum/Tourist Office has reopened in the Carnegie Hall. And we have to compliment Sean Radley and all his helpers on a great job well done. Pay a visit any time.

Los Zargos Foot Ball Club are holding a monster Car Boot Sale and Country Markets on Sunday next August 18th, the final day of the Show. It will be held in their playing field on the Station rd. just below the gate of the Green Glens.
Traders can set up from 7am. Large cars €8, and Large Vans €15. And the gate charge for buyers a mere €2.
It’s the place to go for your last minute bargain or a cake for the tea when you get home.
They’re holding another one on September 15th.and we wish them every success.

And as an added extra, on Thursday Our Family Butchers O’Leary’s will have Ireland’s celebrity Chef, Nevin Maguire as guest from 3 to 5 oclock. Drop in and meet him, get your pic taken with him,and give him a real Millstreet welcome.

Our beautiful Country Park is a blaze of Autumn colours at the moment. open to visitors with varying programs all the time. The phone number there is 029 70810. or Look up their Website.

This Thursday August 15th is a Holy Day of Obligation. Masses will be as for Sundays except that the Vigil Mass tomorrow Wednesday will be at 7,30 instead of 6.30.

LTV2 will hold their church gate collections in all three churches, Wednesday in Millstreet at 7.30, Ballydaly on Thursday at 9am. Cullen at 10.15 and Millstreet at 11.30.
Please support it well.

Tomorrow is Wednesday August 15th and we wish all our Leaving Cert. Students every Success with their results.
And in the choices that they are about to make.

Our Gramaphone Circle monthly meeting will be held at the Canon O Donovan Centre this Friday night starting at 8.15.
The Presenter is Bernard O Donoghue of Oxford and Cullen,
And all are welcome.

Meanwhile out in The Bould Taedy quill Country,
Ballinagree Village are hosting a Family Fun Day for everyone on Sunday next August 18th, to mark the Year of The Gathering including a Social Gathering of all Past and present Lord Mayors.
Children’s entertainment on the day,
Open air dancing with music by Jerome Coakley ,
Signing of the Gathering Guest Book from 2:30 p.m. onwards.And in true Ballinagree style they are asking anybody with any connections with Ballinagree to come and join the fun.

A million congratulations to Michael Cashman,Tullig House, and his Polish Bride, Ola who were married in her native Poland recently.Large numbers of family and friends travelled to celebrate with them.
Michael is a treasured member of our voluntary Website team. We wish them many years of love and happiness in the future.

And a special hello a best wishes to the spritely Peg at the Shop in Adrigole who celebrated her 97th birthday a few weeks ago.
And still tends to the customers.

Weekly Adoration in Millstreet anf Cullen and in Millstreet they are looking for a permanent adorer for Tuesday evenings from 6.30 to 7.30 .Contact Mary 087 274 93 09.

Our community Singers attended the Vigil Mass last Saturday evening and gave a wonderful uplifting performance.
Weekly singing sessions will resume in the Pastoral Centre in September. New members welcome.

The Autumn program for Ionad Cultura in Ballyvourney is on their Website. Look it up regularly.or ring 026 45733.

Bingo in Banteer to-night Total prize money €7,000
Bingo in Millstreet every Thursday night.

Here are the Results of this weeks parish lotto draw which was held at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Sunday night
Numbers drawn were10, 11, 29, 31 and the Jackpot was not won.
€100 went Terence McSweeney, Drishane Rd. The seller was the Millwheel restaurant and They got €50 sellers prize, €50 went to Lal Dennehy, Drishane Rd. €20 each went to Jerry Lehane, Ballydaly, Betty Goggin, Bolomore, Mary O Connor, Minor Row, Clara,Paula & Juli, Killarney Rd.Conor Corcoran, Drishane Rd.E.Cronin,Kanturk. Randals Family, Minor Row, and Conor Murphy, Old Coach Avenue.
Jackpot for next week €3,000,the draw at Tarrants Bar on Sunday Night.
GAA.

Millstreet take on Tullylease in the Duhallow Junior A Hurling Championship quarter final in Banteer on this Tuesday evening with a 7pm throw in.

Agus Sinn a bfuil a Cairde, Slan is Beannacht De libh go leir.

 

2 thoughts on “Regional Report 1180 – 13th August 2013”

  1. Greetings Elly, would you by any chance be related to the Buckley’s from Knocknakilla ? My 2nd great grandfather was Denis Buckley and his wife was Ellen Walsh.

    Last fall my wife and I had the great pleasure of meeting 3 of my Buckley cousins who live in Millstreet – Bertie, Seamus and sister Eileen O’Mahoney. They were most welcoming so much so that we are returning for a 3 day stay in early Oct. Cousin Danny is coming home from Wales to meet up with us and we jointly look to do some ancestral research. I am thinking of organizing a get together at the Wallis Arms. Don’t know if you might be able/willing to help publicize the get together or refer me to someone who cold help get the word out.

    I enjoy reading your informative column.

    All the Best, Jack Buckley from Boston

  2. Jack,

    Know that this is a long short, but my grandmother was Nora t. Buckley born in Clondrohoid (near Millstreet) in abt 1875 and married Patrick McNulty, of Millstreet, in Boston in 1900. They lived in Somerville most of their lives. Other known Buckleys were Cornelius and Daniel.

    Thank you and enjoy your stay in the great town of Millstreet.

    Regards,

    Paul McNulty

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