We at Briery Gap Cinema are delighted to announce that we will be screening the LTV production ‘Macroom Town and Countryside’ from 1993. Presented by Barry O’ Brien this film explores Macroom Town and it hinterland and is based on interviews with local people. Many interesting topics such as history, crafts and times gone by are discussed. The film was recorded by Dan Joe Kelleher and is 1 hr 55 mins in length.
LTV1 and LTV2, based in Macroom and Millstreet, are much-loved local services that celebrate their respective areas. LTV began broadcasting just over 30 years ago, and with a hardworking team of volunteers the channels produce local uplifting shows which are thoroughly enjoyed and cherished.
“Macroom Town & Countryside 1993 by LTV” will be shown on 18th of January at 8:30pm in the Briery Gap. Admission is €5. [further details]
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The meeting between the Millstreet Community School TY Youth for Justice group and some adults in the community is due to take place on Thursday 14th January between 2.50pm and 4.00pm in the school. There had been some confusion over the date. Apologies!
The Millstreet Community School Senior Soccer Team’s terrific run in the John Murphy Cup sadly came to an end on Monday 11th January. The team lost 2-1 after extra time to Nagle Community College in their semi-final. Billy Cronin scored the team’s goal. Nothing was left on the pitch – all the boys gave everything for the cause and they should be proud of their efforts in this game and in the previous fixtures.
Huge congratulations to the Millstreet Macra team of Rebecca Ambrose, Steven O’Riordan, and Katie Guerin who won the Macra Public Speaking National Championships in Killarney last weekend, and to top it off, Steven also won Best Speaker on the night. They are pictured below with Macra President Seán Finan.
[read more …] “Millstreet Macra: Public Speaking National Champions”
A big thank you to everyone who contributed to the food collection for Cork Penny Dinners. This time last year, Penny Dinners was serving 1,000 meals per week. By the end of 2015, they were serving 1,800 per week from a dilapidated and sub standard premises. Francis and John Brennan of At Your Service took on the challenge of giving the Penny Dinners premises a much needed makeover and the results were broadcast on RTE 1 on Christmas Day. This episode is still available on RTE Player (here).
Christmas is over but the need is as great as ever, especially in the harsh weather conditions we are experiencing at the moment. Food collection boxes are still in place in Guys & Dolls Hair Salon, Coleman’s Centra and SuperValu. Thanks to Mary Murphy; Mary & John Coleman and staff; Joe Fitzgerald and staff for their continued support. Any other local businesses wishing to donate or get involved can contact 087 6886725.
Thank you for your support, Anna, Stephen & Aida Costello.
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Happy New Year to Everybody. Apologies for the lack of communication for last number of weeks. This is now to end. Back to regular updates and posts. I can here all the shouts of joy from here. So what better way to start a New Year than to reflect on the achievements of the previous year. There is so much to choose from. Well we had a very successful Anti Litter Challenge campaign this last year. We have an eye on first place for 2016. Then there is also the various projects that Tony Keneally, Wildlife Biologist has been heavily involved in with both the National and Secondary Schools. Also brilliant results in the National Tidy Town for this past year, only narrowly missing out on a Bronze Medal. Millstreet won a Pride of Place award in October. New Water Butts were placed throughout the Town, as were … read the full article on millstreettidytown.ie