Mary Buckley of Laught, Rathcoole, will be holding a Tea/Coffee Day again this year on the 1st May (Monday) from 10am until 6pm in her home. The proceeds of the day will go to the Mercy Hospital Foundation. Kettle on the boil all day long and plenty of home-baking.
All Welcome. Hope to see ye all there.
From Monkey To Man was recorded by Eugene Brosnan for the 30th Anniversary Celebration of the musical career of the Irish singer and songwriter Daithi Rua. [read more …] “From Monkey To Man”
The death has occurred on Sunday 23rd April 2017 of Eileen Collins (née Murphy (Tuts)), Clara Road, Millstreet. Sadly missed by her loving husband Noel her son Fergal, daughter-in-law Bri-Ann, grandchildren Finbar, Ishbel and Elena, her sister Anna (Enright) Bishopstown, her brother Mick Murphy, Monkstown, her brother-in-law John Paul Collins (Tralee), nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.
Reposing in St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on Tuesday from 6pm to 8pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon followed by burial in Ballydesmond Cemetery. May She Rest in Peace.
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to my weekly report.
The fine weather continues to bring out the best in all of us. The children returning to school after the Easter holidays cant say but that they were not able to enjoy the great out of doors for two weeks.
And while those involved in the land are working long hours to get the spring work done, householders are forging ahead with painting their places and doing up their gardens.
The Tidy Towns efforts on Saturday were very well supported. Again the fine weather encouraged the crowds to come out and take part in the first big clean-up of the season which is sponsored by Avonmore Electrical, Okeeffe’s SuperValu and Cork Co. Council. From now on we are all urged to keep up the good work. Paint and clean and weed and dig, do whatever is needed for us to gain those last few extra points in this years National Contest.
Millstreet Vintage Club welcomed the Blue Force Club to Millstreet yesterday as they continued there 5000 mile Coastline Challenge Tractor Charity Run,some Club Members met the Group in Macroom with more joining the Route in Carriganima as the Group made there way to a stop for Refreshments at Colemans Millstreet Kia and New Holland Dealers in Millstreet, here Millstreet Vintage Club made a donation to the Blue Force Club who said they were humbled and thrilled with the great Reception and Hospitality that they got on there visit to Millstreet,many thanks must go to Club Member Jack Sheehan who coordinated the whole Event and John and Ben of Colemans in Millstreet for there Hospitality and the use of the Garage Premises for the Parking and display of Tractors,Millstreet Vintage Club would also like to thank the Gardai for there help in managing the Traffic flow when the Run was in the Local Area. For more information on this Coastline Challenge check out the Blue Force website at http://www.blueforce.uk.com/
They also called to Christy Ring’s Garage in Carriganima