We share four images of Autumn scenes recorded yesterday and today in Millstreet. Later we shall include further colourful images of this year’s harvest season. Click on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.)
The Millstreet Vintage Club Model Show held in Dromtarriffe will go down as being the biggest Model Show so far held by the Club,Event Organisers Donie Lucey and Johnny Flynn of Millstreet Vintage Club wish to thank all the Exhibitors who came from all over the Country from both near and far and supported what was a most enjoyable Show over in Dromtarriffe Hall yesterday,with over 70 Trade Stands on display there was something for Everybody to see and the Event was also blessed with fantastic Weather Conditions on the day,also a very big thanks must go out to all Millstreet Vintage Club Members and Friends who helped in anyway or supported the Model Show over the weekend,there was a lot of work to be done from setting up the Hall on Saturday,the moving of all the hardware to all the different locations,the Paperwork/Registration work that was carried out,the busy Catering Team who kept everybody fed and watered over the weekend,the Stewards who kept the the Event Running so smoothly throughout the day,and to all the people that took everything back down again once the Show had finished,we would like to thank each and everyone of ye for your invaluable help on what was a very busy weekend,also many thanks to the Photographers and Media who came along to record the days activities and also a very big thanks must go to the Ballinagree Vintage Club Members who came out in force to help us on the day which was very much appreciated,this was the BEST SHOW yet and without everyone’s help and support this could not have been achieved,we look forward to seeing you all again next year,thanks again from Donie Lucey and Johnny Flynn.
Photos of the Event can be found at the following links at https://www.facebook.com/Rnc-Rally-Pics-758072894309964/
and more at https://www.facebook.com/M2merallyphotos/
The RTE radio one programme ‘Ceilí House’ will come from Bruach na Carraige, Rockchapel, on Saturday, 20th and Saturday, 27th October after the 9pm News. It will feature the Rockchapel Comhaltas based group, Ceoltoirí Sliabh Luachra, performing some of Sliabh Luachra’s oldest music. Much of this music comes from the manuscripts of Dave Dan Curtin of Stagmount, Rockchapel and the manuscripts of his father, Dan Curtin that go back to before 1850, and contain an older layer of Sliabh Luachra music that predates the polkas and slides that characterise the area now, and also from the manuscripts of Dave Leahy of Mountcollins who died in 1907.
We thank Jack Roche for this important notice. (S.R.)