Just log onto www.corkmusicstation.com tonight from 9.30 to listen to “Radio Treasures”. Lasting until 11pm our 10pm Interview relates to the recent magnificent Scartaglin World Fiddle Day Concert plus an interview with Jerry Flynn of Scartaglin & Killarney (pictured below). The Concert also featured a brilliant illustrated talk by RTÉ’s Peter Browne. Our sincere thanks to Coordinator supreme P.J. Teahan of Scartaglin for his much appreciated assistance and sincere welcome. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)Let’s observe some more special images from the great traditional occasion. [read more …] “Scartaglin World Fiddle Day on “Radio Treasures” Tonight”
White Samsung phone lost in Saturday night in town.
The Bush / King Pizza area on a birthday night out.
It’s locked to a fingerprint so useless to anyone.
Has pics and contacts in it.
please put the word out. Contact marie 087 6261553
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to my weekly report.
Our Summer has taken a little break. But the broken spell does give way for some outdoor events to go ahead. The thunderous cloudburst on Thursday evening last gave way to a reasonably dry hour, just long enough for the annual Mass to be held at St.Mary’s Cemetery. A fine crowd braved the elements and they were rewarded for their bravery. Five priests concelebrated the Mass, led by Canon John FitzGerald, and assisted by Frs. Paddy O Byrne, Sean Tucker, Dan O Riordan, Con Kiely.
Canon John thanked all those who helped in any way to prepare the cemetery for the annual Mass. Very soon after the ceremony had ended the rain resumed again.
The graveyard looked lovely and clean and trimmed for the occasion and there were notices up by the Co. Council asking people to refrain from littering the place from now on. Please pay attention to their notices.
Cullen Feis was held in pleasant weather on Sunday, it was very attended, and well run, thanks to the help of their local community.
Out door Mass will be held at Drishane Cemetry to-night. (Tues) starting at 7.30. We hope the weather will be kind.
Yesterday a house in Cullen was broken into, during the daytime. The family came home from work to it, and they are obviously very upset by the whole thing. Money and personal belongings were taken.
Please be vigilant. Anything suspicious to report to the Guards (Millstreet Gardaí: 029-70002). I hope this doesn’t happen to anyone else. Please spread the word.
– with thanks to Geraldine for sending this to us
Ird Duhallow personnel and many other supporters are to be complimented on such a splendidly organised event. [read more …] “IRD Duhallow 2016 Primary Schools Debate Event”