Watch above Tanjier perform a live set exclusively for HearOne music. Millstreet lad Tommy Buckley is on vocals, keyboards, guitar and percussion. They have just announced that they will be playing Other Voices in Dingle this winter.
Thanks to everyone who took part in this year’s Team Hope Shoebox Appeal. A total of 435 boxes were collected from Millstreet Community School on Thursday 16th November to begin their journey to children who will really benefit from your generosity . This was a tremendous response to the annual appeal. The boxes came from a number of sources:
Kilcorney National School, Rathcoole National School, Knocknagree National School, Hollymount National School, Scoil Mhuire National School Millstreet, Presentation National School Millstreet, Millstreet Community School.
Thanks must go to all connected with these schools, and to Mrs. Mary Randles and the Transition Years students of Millstreet Community School for coordinating this year’s effort. Thank you.
The Wallis Arms – Womens Christmas Celebration
An Excellent Event Each year.
Proceeds go to Reach Out Cancer Support (ROCS) Millstreet. Tickets are now available to be purchased at the Wallis Arms. Only a limited number available – so purchase early to avoid disappointment. [fb]
Result: Millstreet 3:10(19) Fr. O Neills 5:8(23) 🙁
Millstreet Minor Camogie team are playing against Fr. O’Neills in the County Championship Semi-Final, tonight Friday 17th Nov. in Eire Óg @ 7.30pm.
Please come out an support the team. The best of luck to Seanie & the girls! 
There’s a lot of familiar smiling faces in the picture above of one of the Connie Kelleher teams from about 1983. In Pictures this week has lots of variety from scenery to people, to some of the less noticed things in Millstreet. See all the photos below:
Milllstreet’s Bertie and Bill Buckley are currently hosting an Art and Wood Exhibition showcasing a fascinating display over four days with the public welcome to attend. The pop up gallery is a must on the staging at Pat McCarthy’s former TV Shop, in The Square, Millstreet.
Opening night drew a representative attendance from across Duhallow with a cheese and wine reception greeting patrons. Many of Bertie’s exhibits depicts local landmarks and nature, also featured at the exhibition are wood carvings by Bill Buckley from Lyre.
The event continues on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm daily.