Saturday 28th March 12 noon – 12 midnight
The Square, Millstreet
Please support our Spinners in the square
with donations, beeps or cheers.
We are Spinning for 12 hours to raise funds to travel to Equador with VESA this summer to refurbish schools and teach English to the Naporuna Quichu and indigenous Amazon people whose livelihoods are threatened through, mining, deforestation and polution.
Thank you, Saoirse Mc Mahon and Ann Barber
About VESA: Volunteer Eco Students Abroad is an organization working hand in hand with indigenous village communities to create [read more …] “Spinathon to raise funds for VESA”
Yesterday afternoon the Transition Year students of Millstreet Community School started a woodland habitat study in the woodland at the back of the Community school.
The Millstreet Tidy Town Association have organised in conjunction with Mr. Derry Morley, for a Wildlife Biologist, Mr. Tony Keneally to come and facilitate this study to be done. This will be happening for the next 3 to 5 weeks with the Transition Year Students.
Their work will involve mapping the woodland habitat and ecological experiments and activities. Their aim is to map and setup a management plan for the woodland area. The best plan will be presented to Millstreet Tidy Town committee for submission with this year’s entry. We wish them luck.
Pictured is [read more …] “Woodland Habitat Study”
Millstreet Camogie Club would like to congratulate Clare O’keeffe & the Cork U16B team on a fantastic Munster Final win at the weekend v Limerick! Well done Clare! Great to see you on the scoreboard too!
Also, commiserations to Chloé Collins who played a Munster Final with the Cork U16A team at the weekend & were narrowly defeated by Clare (photo & match report). Best of luck for the rest of the season girls!
Set Dancing commences today Wednesday 25th of March
Beginners 6.30pm to 7.30pm, and
2nd class as normal 7pm to 8pm
with Joanne and Cathriona