Our 10pm feature tonight recalls the 2019 Parade for St. Patrick in Carriganima where we interview Fr. Anthony, Seán, Eily, Aindrias, Gobnait and Shane… and we’re delighted to feature second broadcast of Fr. James McSweeney’s Reflections on “Radio Treasures” – on Cork Music Station Also in tonight’s “Radio Treasures”(9:30 -11:00) we include musings, music and songs galore. And we chat about the many items illustrated below. Click on the images to enlarge. Feel most welcome to make contact by logging into our “Seán Radley” Facebook chat page or by texting. One may also email us on millstreetmuseum @eircom.net – Happy Listening! Click on the images to enlarge. The following are brief captions to our selection of pictures below…More complete features to follow later: (S.R.)
- Official Opening of “Capabu” at The Square on Thurs. 4th April 2019 (more complete feature later) CAtherine PAtrick BUicke – hence the name!
- Carriganima St. Patrick’s Parade 2019.
- Chef Supreme Kevin at the Wallis Arms Hotel.
- Rehearsing for Sunday’s Choral Concert in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.
- Cobh on Tuesday morning (9th April 2019) viewing the arrival of just one of the 101 Liners visiting during this year. This is the “Magellan”.
- The Millstreet Lottery Committee and Coworkers at the 25th AGM in the Wallis Arms Hotel on Sat. 6th April.
- The superbly successful Annual Coffee Day in aid of Marymount Hospice held on Wednesday, 3rd April at Millstreet Garda Station.
- Two images recalling last Saturday’s Tour of the most impressive Rescue Helicopter Centre in Rathcoole when Millstreet Vintage Club was invited.
- Three images where our focus is on the official launch of Sculptor Supreme, Denis O’Connor’s (with hat) magnificent Exhibition at Siamsa Tíre, Tralee on Saturday, 6th April entitled “Along the Western Shore” which continues until 3rd May. Denis is son of the late Tess and Con O’Connor of Main Street, Millstreet.
Well done to Denis O Connor, continuing his recent good form with a 5th place finish this weekend in the A3 race in Dungarvan coming with a late sprint and catching the leading breakaway group right at the death. SLCC had a strong adult representation in Dungarvan with Donie Kelleher, Johnny R O Sullivan, Richard Cleverly Anthony Tancred and Dan Murphy all competing well. SLCC had a number of Juveniles kicking off their racing career in Dungarvan with Nicholas Buckley, Ciaran Finnegan and Darragh Dennehy all experiencing the racing buzz for the first time and all competing well Our U14 Team raced well with Amy Fleming 2nd in the girls category while Sean Hurley, Aidan Morley and Dinny Murphy finishing well up in the group of the boys race. Ben Murphy made the podium in the U16 race finishing 3rd in the uphill sprint finish. Kate Murphy finished 3rd in the combined under 12 race All in all a very enjoyable day in Dungarvan with SLCC competitive across the full day. Denis O Connor and Dan Murphy’s recent form see them selected for a Munster Team in the Gorey 3 Day race over Easter. The juveniles head to Drogheda next weekend for the weekend long Ras Na Nog while the adults are in Blarney. Training for Juveniles interested in either leisure or competitive cycling continues every Saturday at 9 am
Well done to our club members who did the Ballyfinnane Charity Cycle in aid of Ballyfinnane National Schoole last Saturday.
There was a good turnout in sunny Barraduff for our club spin on Sunday morning. Four groups set off at different paces and distances.
New members always welcome to both adult or juvenile sections of the club-learn to enjoy a great sport and gain some new friends. For further information contact 087-7023562 or the club Facebook page.
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome, on this beautiful crisp Spring day, giving us all the chance to go about the things we want to do including the birds to build their nests.
The monthly meeting of the Community Council will be held at the Wallis Arms Hotel tonight starting at 8 o’clock sharp. All members please attend.
A very successful Coffee fundraiser in aid of many needy causes was held at our Garda Barracks last week. It was very well attended and there was a real friendly atmosphere as members welcomed all those who came between 10.30 am to 2.30 pm in the afternoon to support it. This has become an annual event by now and is helping good causes as well. It creates a great bond between the Gardai members and the general public.
A highly successful equestrian event entitled the International Welcome Tour, has just finished it’s five day stint at the Green Glens and there’s lots more to look forward to in the months ahead. So keep in touch with their website and don’t miss the exciting events on this world stage on our doorstep.
[read more …] “Eily’s Report – 9th April”
Bridie CARROLL (née Moyne), (Glenville, Clonsilla and formerly of Muff, Co. Donegal) – April 8, 2019 (peacefully), in the loving care of the staff at Belmont House Nursing Home, Stillorgan, beloved wife of the late Jerry (Millstreet, Co. Cork) and devoted mother to her loving children Margaret (Keane), Tim, Jerry and special daughter Julie, pre-deceased by her sister Margaret (Gormley) and brother Gerard; sadly missed by her loving family, sisters Rosemary, Cathleen (Mullan), Carmel (Keating) and Anne (Andrews), brothers Martin, Colm, Liam and Sean, her fifteen grandchildren, son-in-law Martin, daughters-in-law Shan and Linda, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, her dear friend Eileen, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Reposing at her residence this (Tuesday) afternoon from 2 o’c. until 5 o’c. with removal this (Tuesday) evening to St. Brigid’s Church, Blanchardstown arriving at 6 o’c. Funeral tomorrow (Wednesday) morning after 10 o’c. Mass to Clonsilla Churchyard. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to RESPECT, Navan Road, Dublin 7. [rip] [funeraltimes]