Hi to everybody. I’m new in Millstreet and I’m looking for a room cause I’m getting a job as a teacher here. I’m 26 from Spain. I’m kind, respectful and tidy so if you have or know somebody can help me, please pm me on Facebook. Thank you so much – Cori. 
We are now enrolling pupils for the coming school year (2018/
2019) . Our school website gives an insight into the fun and learning which takes place in our school everyday. Enrolment forms can be downloaded from our school website (here) or collected from the school office from 10am – 3pm. Please return all forms by February 6th.
Please ring 029 70957 for any queries.
Download: Enrolment Form for Junior Infants 2018
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome.
Millstreet is revving up for the two day mighty machinery show which will run here on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. There is a need for more accommodation for the event, with some of the outlets not still up and running after the Christmas holidays. Those with some to offer can still contact the Wallis Arms Hotel and leave their details there. Or contact the office at the Green Glens 02970800.
The annual machinery show brings business people from all parts of the country,where they can exhibit their wares indoors, in the comfort of the Green Glens Arena. It starts each day, Wednesday and Thursday at 12 noon and will remain open until 10pm. Free car parking and all in house services up and running.
The month of January is moving on and all the things that were fazed down for Christmas are up and running again. And please bear in mind that all the reminders that were voiced before the Festive Season, about shopping at Home should continue to take effect right throughout the year. Our stores and services need our support every day. Last week I was unable to bring you my report because my system was down and I had to buy a new laptop. Lucky for me, we have a wonderful store in town where I was able to get a brand new model for four hundred Euro. At the PC Spare Parts Ireland Store at the Bridge. The friendly service included the full set up of the appliance, and I was ready to go. And if I needed help it was only a few minutes away. We must never under-estimate the value of our local town.
In 1995 when the Cranberries were selling albums as fast as they could be manufactured, the Cranberries biggest show at home on the the No Need to Argue Tour was in Millstreet. They shook the Green Glens that night, before resting in Limerick for a few weeks ahead of two months touring in Europe and the USA.
Four years later, their next Irish gig was also in Millstreet, and it was another fabulous night in the Green Glens, as they played all the crowd favourites mixed with new songs. Endearing happy memories of two special nights in Millstreet, which vividly stick in the minds as for many it was their first big concert (see comments below).
So it is with sadness that we hear of the death of lead singer Dolores O’Riordan this evening. Our prayers and thoughts are with her family and friends.