Thanks to those that sent us these photos of the snow scenes and fun in the snow this morning: from Alan (taken from the Deer Park, above St.Mary’s Cemetery); from Michelle (playing in the snow before school this morning), from Tom from TMC Photography (of Millstreet Hospital, and Clara mountain, taken from the Killarney Rd), and from Áine (of Lackabane and the Nun’s Wood).
Due to a status Red and a status Yellow weather alerts for tomorrow, all Boards of Management of primary schools in the area have instructed us to remain closed tomorrow, January 15th. This is in the interest of pupil and public safety. We regret any inconvenience caused.
Millstreet Community School is also closed, as are the preschools: Little Treasures and Curious Minds:
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STATUS RED – Wind Warning for Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick – Mean speeds in excess of 80 km/h with gusts of 130 to 150km/h possible. The strongest winds will be along exposed coasts and mountainous areas. [info on status red]
The New Year’s Day Boeing Swim
tomorrow evening 15th January
has been cancelled
due to the weather conditions
It will be rescheduled for the end of January
How very quickly the thaw has set in with the snow melting very quickly while rain and [read more …] “Morning Snow Before the Rain”
We got the best part of six inches of snow last night. Before it melts in the storm this evening, children were busy enjoying the snow before school this morning making snowmen. We love snowmen, so here are a few but send us a photo of yours (to contact @ millstreet.ie) if you’d like it added:
DUGGAN (11 West End, Millstreet): On January 13, 2015, peacefully, in the loving care of the matron and staff of Millstreet Community Hospital, JOAN (retired Domestic Science Teacher). Sadly missed by her brother Dan, sister Ka Egan (Kanturk), niece Lisa, relatives and a wide circle of friends. Reception into St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on this Wednesday evening at 8.30pm. Requiem Mass on tomorrow, Thursday, at 1pm. Burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dílis.