We had travelled to Dublin especially for Claire Galvin’s Premiere of her very highly regarded Drama Production “Drawing Crosses on a Dusty Window Pane” which was one of the highly prestigious productions in this year’s Dublin Fringe Theatre Festival. Here we meet with some of the many Friends who attended the excellent
Millstreet was ablaze with sparkling lights and children in fancy weird looking outfits on Saturday night last for Halloween. To add to the eerie atmostphere the weather was foggy, and to crown it all the street lighting in Pound Hill, and Murphy’s terrace were not working. There was a marked increase in the number of those taking part, so shops selling the regalia and goodies did a roaring trade. The good news is that there were no mishaps or accidents. By all accounts householders treated the little visitors very well and somehow managed to have something for everyone. Well done all round.
A Model Car show was held at Dromtariffe Hall on Sunday and was very well supported.For many it was a first and they were pleasantly surprised at the turn-out. Our LTV2 crew were there to record it and their findings will be included in one of their future programs. They can be viewed of UTube anytime, and a small connecting wire will display it on any TV screen.
Meanwhile Macroom Local TV continues to send out their programs on local TV, transmitting from Clara Mountain. It can be accessed on the religious station on any television, on Wednesday nights and Sunday evenings starting as early as 5.30.
With the current good weather, work has continued with the construction of the abutments for the new bridge over the Blackwater at the Boeing which is part of the Breifne Beara Way. Click on the photos below to see larger photos, which are thanks to Michelle, or click here to see all photos of the construction so far.
Congratulations Michael Mullane and Cormac Dineen at Millstreet Railway Station who were yeaterday awarded the Best Railway Station in Munster, by Transport Minister Pascal Donoghue, at the Iarnród Éireann Best Station Awards. The awards were decided by public vote. (photo from Iarnród Éireann)