“Radio Treasures” Tonight Features New Mural – from 9.30 to 11.00 pm on CMS!

Tonight…on this Tuesday, 11th August 2020… on “Radio Treasures” broadcast on Cork Music Station9:30 to 11:00pm we feature our regular items with a splendid blend of uplifting songs and music as well as a variety of interesting musings.  

Our 10pm Interview is with Cormac Shiel and Denis O’Reardon – Artists Supreme from Macroom – who are presently working on a splendid new Mural at Main Street, Millstreet.  Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Noreen from Boherbue wearing a superbly colourful mask this Tuesday, 11th Aug. 2020.

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Millstreet Lotto Committee are thrilled to announce that the weekly local lotto is back in action. The first draw on Sunday night next, 16th August, is for all tickets that were sold for March 15th but due to the lockdown, that draw had to be cancelled. All ticket sellers who still have tickets for March 15th are asked to drop them to the Wallis Arms on Sunday night at 9.30pm as usual. There are tickets still available in some shops and with sellers to purchase for this draw if required.

Tickets for draw date 23rd August will be distributed to all sellers and outlets in due course.

Jackpot stands at €8,200 with numerous consolation prizes if the correct combination is not chosen.


First draw on Sunday 16th August is for all tickets that were sold for 15th March but could not take place due to the lockdown. Some tickets still available to purchase for this draw.






Eily’s Report – 11th August

Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.

The Month of August is inching along and we are still wondering what has hit us. It’s a good job that we didn’t hear about it beforehand, we’d say that we could never cope with a global virus but we are showing that we can and le cúnamh Dé we will. I’m just back from a few days break and it was wonderful. One of the days saw me at the lovely seaside in Garryvoe which is only about a thirty minute drive from Cork City. The weather was delightful and having a lively little four year old with us we joined with a friend who has a house down there and who also had a couple of youngsters of around the same age it was a joy to see them  splashing and falling in the tide while I did what I do best on such occasions, take a long walk on the beach. Looking out at the sea and the sun dancing on the waves, it was easy to forget about Covid 19. I’m always fascinated by the colours of the stones on  beaches. All different sizes, different colours, all rounded and smooth. And as I make my way along, I have to pinch myself now and then to bring  myself back as it were to the real world and take in the sights instead of going along with my head down looking at the ground the whole time. Needless to say I never leave the beach without a few special stones, well, the ones that I thought special anyway. Every beach seems to have it’s own variety of coloured pebbles, some green, others blueish but the ones at Garryvoe were different to any I’ve ever seen. They looked pinkish with blood red veins running through them. So I couldn’t stop myself from bringing a couple away with me. Oh dear, already I can hear people saying that’s against the law, you’re not supposed to do that. So I stand accused, but if that’s my greatest sin, then we’ll leave it to God. There is a story in every little pebble on the beach. All so roundy and polished. You can’t help wondering ,what was it like to begin with. It never started out like this, did it break off of a mighty rock during the Ice Age in the other side of the world and was it kicked, tossed and grounded among the rest of the stones of the world until it was washed up on Garyvoe beach and retire there till the end of time. Not unlike the story of our own lives really.  No wonder I love the beach, it seems to talk to me ,and pose questions for me to ponder on.

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John Kelleher, Aubane

The death has occurred of John Kelleher, Aubane, Millstreet, Cork. John passed away suddenly at home. Beloved husband of Kathleen and loving father of Margaret, Billy, Karen, Donal, Denis, John, Declan and Brian. Devoted grandad of Megan, Aaron, Ciara, Lauren, Adam, Connor, Noah, Henry and Libby. John will be sadly missed by his family, son-in-law Richard, daughters-in-law Ann and Carol, partners Rosie, Declan and Lisa, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family, neighbours and a wide circle of friends. [rip]

Due to HSE guidelines regarding funeral gatherings, John’s funeral Mass will take place privately for his immediate family and friends at 12 noon on Thursday 13th August in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet, followed by burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet.  Those who would like to express condolences with the family are invited to do so on the RIP Condolences Page.