Passing Through Millstreet in 1804

Extracts from the Journal of a traveller who passed through Millstreet twice in August 1804:

Friday, 24th August 1804. … From Mallow to Millstreet I took a post-chaise; but like all other travellers in a post-chaise, might as well have been at home, as I can give no account of the prospects, or of the manners of the people. The little vile inn of Millstreet was full of the company resorting to Killarney; so that I fared very uncomfortably: but early next morning set off in a chaise, and arrived at Killarney to breakfast

Sunday, 26th August 1804: Next morning, Sunday, we set out on foot for Millstreet, before six o’clock; intending to reach that place in time for church at twelve. But the day being sultry, and the distance greater than we believed, sixteen Irish or twenty-one English miles, frequent restings became necessary; and it was full eight hours before we arrived at the end of our walk: alas! too late for church, of which the service seemed to have been hurried over with its usual rapidity. On the road we met multitudes of Catholics going to matins, neatly dressed, having their beads and crucifixes suspended at their sides. Can these decent people be the sanguinary rebels who delight in massacre, and seek to turn things upside down? With respect to the establishment, or any other denomination of religion, there seems to prevail a melancholy lukewarmness. There is no church on the road or near it, all the way from Killarney to Millstreet. Neither is any difference apparent, except amongst the Catholics, betwixt Saturday and Sunday; some being employed in burning lime, some cutting turf, some thatching their houses, others sewing or knitting at their doors, and all whistling or singing. [read more …] “Passing Through Millstreet in 1804”

Fr. Tommy McCarthy, Clontarf, Dublin

Monsignor Dan O’Connor (Dublin, Macroom, Millstreet) has kindly alerted us recently to the sad departure of Fr. Tommy McCarthy of St. Anthony’s Clontarf, Dublin to his Eternal Reward.    Fr. Tommy’s Grandfather was Jerry Cahill who was Manager of Millstreet Creamery many decades ago.     Jerry’s daughter, Peggy married Cal McCarthy who had come to Millstreet as Assistant Creamery Manager.   Peggy and Cal were the parents of Fr. Tommy.   We share the full notice below.   Fr. Tommy was P.P. of Cabra West, Dublin at one point of his ministry.  He is believed to be one of the first Priests to obtain a Pilot’s Licence.    He was also Chaplain to Dublin Airport.   We extend our sincere sympathy and prayers to the Family.   Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.  (S.R.) 

The death has occurred of Fr. Tommy McCarthy, Clontarf, Dublin.

McCarthy, Fr. Tommy (formerly Blackheath Park, Clontarf), 5th August 2022, (peacefully) in the wonderful care of the staff of the Hawthorn Ward, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, after a short illness, borne with strength and dignity. Predeceased by his parents Cal and Peg and his brothers John and Fr. Derry. Adored brother of ‘the twins’ Cathal and Áine (Threadgold). He will be sadly missed by his brother-in-law Chris, sister-in-law Colette, his nieces and nephew, grandnieces and grandnephews, his cousins, his extended family and his large circle of colleagues and friends.

May he rest in eternal peace

Removal on Tuesday morning (9th August) to St. Anthony’s Church, St. Lawrence’s Road, Clontarf, for Requiem Mass at 11.30 o’clock. Funeral thereafter to St. Fintan’s Cemetery, Sutton.

Mass can be viewed live on the Parish Website:

Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to the Hospice Cancer Support Group.   Condolences link is HERE.

A Big Thanks from Bumbleance for your Support

Willie Fitzgerald would like to inform People of a Communication that he received from Bumbleance Childrens Ambulance Service Group Thanking People for the Support shown after the recent Fundraiser Car Run and Go Fund Me Page that was held for the Group,a Total of €3,858.46 was the Final Figure Collected and Bumbleance were most appreciative ofvtge Support they got in a Letter and Card that was forwarded on from them,it is the intention that Millstreet Vintage Club and Cork Music Station will put there support behind a Similar Venture again in 2023.

Open Day at Chapel Hill School of Art, Macroom on Sat., 20th August 2022

Open Day!

Celebrating the Relaunch
of Chapel Hill School of Art
Chapel Hill, Macroom,
P12 E020

To celebrate the Art School re-opening for classes in September, Chapel Hill School of Art in
Macroom is hosting an fun, free Open Day August 20th from 12.30 to 4pm.
In partnership with The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and
Media and Cork County Council with Heritage Week, Cork Craft Month and August Craft
Month, a series of Heritage based workshops and demonstrations will be showcased for
your enjoyment on the spacious grounds and buildings on Chapel Hill. Free Event…….All Welcome!

One of Many Special Tributes to Jerry Corkery, Ballydaly Upper

We thank Brian Lynch for alerting us to a magnificent tribute on Facebook which his brother, Patrick who lives in Indiana, USA, has paid to the late Jerry Corkery, Ballydaly Upper.   Here we share the heartfelt tribute:

Jerry Corkery passed earlier this week and it felt like a large part of my earliest memories had also left.
He was my Dad’s best friend, and living only two fields away, a regular visitor to our home.
Always immaculately dressed, he would pop in to say a quick ‘hello’ or engage in some intellectual sparring with my dad on politics or some current affair.
Jerry was my Godfather, and a frequent contributor on birthdays, communion, confirmation, and other big events. He helped fund my ‘communion’ bike (a high nelly from Jerry Horgan), and my ‘confirmation bike’ (10 speed Raleigh Medale). For the annual Millstreet Horse Show, he found a way to get me a few pound notes to ‘get some sweets’ as the show was a high-dollar event for my young wallet.
Of course Jerry loved horses, so this was a big event for him too.
Some of my earliest and warmest memories are traveling to Cork or Killarney for a football match, seemingly always between Cork and Kerry. Traveling in a green Land Cruiser with bench seats in the back, Andrew and I would be on one side, John and Thomas on the other, all of us draped in Cork red and white. Jerry and my Dad would occupy the front seats, happily chatting the drive away.
Eurovision is another strong memory, a lot of Lynch kids with a lot of Corkery kids in the living room, drinking tea and watching Johnny Logan make history with ‘What’s Another Year?’
I was often to be found at the Corkery house, hanging around with John, annoying Willie O’ Sullivan, borrowing tools, occasionally a tractor, (and on one memorable occasion with my dad, we borrowed a bull). Despite my too-frequent presence, I only ever saw Jerry angry once: given I had just hit his wall backwards whilst practicing my rally driving in an old Mk2 Escort, I had surely earned it.
For the past 30 years or so I have been an infrequent visitor to Ballydaly, but would see Jerry from time to time. I expect he must have missed my dad, and one reflects on them together again, probably discussing politics.
I last saw Jerry in February, and though the years were evident, he was still Jerry Corkery. On my wall, here in Indiana, I have a framed photo of 1957 Ballydaly Duhallow Championship team, and along with other warriors of the time It is easy to identify Jerry and my dad, both in their prime. Sadly, many of their fellow players have also passed.
On social media, as the sad news broke, ‘Gentleman’ was a consistent comment. Jerry was indeed a gentleman, and a kind man. I was desperately sorry to hear of his passing, and know he will be missed by Mary, his family and grandkids.
RIP, Jerry. You were a big part of our lives.”

Last Dance on Mushera Mountain for 2022 happening this Sunday August 7th

The Last Dance for 2022 on Mushera Platform is happening this Sunday August 7th between 3pm and 5.30pm.

Music by Tim Joe and Ann,All very Welcome.

No Cover Charge.

Enquiries on 086 0647381

Sincere Thanks to All Following a Wonderfully Successful Cúl Camp 2022

Millstreet Juvenile GAA Committee would like to thank all of the Coaches for giving up their time to help out, all the Parents that helped out with lunch time duty . Thanks to Denis, Jim and all the men that helped with keeping the park and dressing rooms tidy after each day of camp . Thanks to Daniel O’Connell for coming over….the kids really enjoyed it . Thanks to Seanie Radley and John Tarrant for taking some wonderful pictures. To the ice cream truck and to Ronan O’Leary who provided some great music everyday.   And a very special thanks also to Joe Fitzgerald and O’Keeffe’s Supervalu for the splendid treats provided during the Cúl Camp.  And to the kids, we hope each and everyone of ye had a great week. We hope to see ye all back next year.

Recent very successful Cúl Camp 2022 at Millstreet Town Park recorded on the day that Cork Senior Footballer supreme from Kanturk, Daniel O’Connell visited the Camp. (A full feature will later follow.)  Tap on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Millstreet Parish Newsletter – 7th August 2022



Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

7th August 2022

Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P.

Telephone Nos.:  Landline:  029 70043  &  Mobile: 087 775 2948

Email:  millstreet


All Masses are livestreamed on

Parish Opening Hours 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 

9.00am to 1.00pm  &  2.00pm to 5.00pm

Your prayers are requested for the repose of the Souls of the following:

RECENT DEATHS: Jerry Corkery, Ballydaly Upper;  Pat Lane, Old Coach Avenue;  John Browne, Togher.

Mass Intentions this Weekend:

Saturday 6th August:

Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m. Hannah & Charles Barry, Murphy’s Terrace;  Michael O’Sullivan, Rathduane.

Sunday 7th August:

Ballydaly   9.00 a.m. Peter Dudzik, Poland

Cullen      10.15 a.m.     The deceased members of the Cremin Family, Coalpits;  Denny & Sheila Murphy, Lyreaoune

Millstreet 11.30 a.m.   Bill & Peg Dunne, Murphy’s Terrace;  Joseph, Gracie & the deceased members of the O’Callaghan Family, Sunnyside, Liscahane;  Private Intention       

ANNIVERSARIES: Fr. Dermot Nash; Hugh Kelleher, Killowen; Mary Todd, Canon O’Donovan Centre; Humphrey O’Donoghue, Aubane; John Tarrant, Liscreagh; Dan Casey, Carrigacooleen; Jerh & Kit Hickey, Lisnaboy; Nora Kelleher, Lislehane; Mary Walsh, Knocknageeha; Dan & Julia O’Donoghue, Ballineen; Eileen & Frank Ryan, Main Street, Mountrath & Douglas; Dan & Julie Twomey, Kilcorney; Monica O’Connor, Scartaglin & Kilcorney; Bill Crowley, Cork & Coole.   

Mass Intentions for next week:

Saturday 13th August:

Millstreet   6.30 p.m.     Dan O’Connor, Claraghatlea;  Michael & Bridget Kelleher, Liscahane Upper

Sunday 14th August:

Ballydaly    9.00 a.m. Bridget & John O’Leary, Gortavehy  

Cullen       10.15a.m. Helena Herlihy, Knockane;  The deceased members of the McSweeney Family, Meenskehy.      

Millstreet 11.30 a.m.   Diarmuid Dennehy, Cloghoulamore;  John Kelleher, Aubane;  Noel & the deceased members of the McSweeney Family, Cloghoulamore.  

MILLSTREET CHURCH ALTAR SOCIETY: for 14th & 21st August: Group C      

Rotas for Next Weekend    13th/14th August  


Millstreet   6.30 p.m. Maria Kelleher     Myra Sheehan;

Marion O’Sullivan;

Denise O’Mahony .

  11.30  a.m. Bernie Cronin    Maria O’Sullivan-Casey;

Breeda Fitzgerald;

Mary Buckley

Ballydaly   9.00 a.m. Josephine Murphy     
Cullen 10.15 a.m. Herlihy Family Joan O’Donoghue  

Millstreet Church: Mass times this week, unless there is a funeral.

Monday 8th: Memorial Mass for Rosie Fenaroli O’Sullivan, London & Cullen at 4.00p.m.

Monday 8th: Mass for Sheila Creedon, Mushera (recently deceased) & Hannah O’Regan, Claramore (recently deceased) at 7.30p.m.

Tuesday 9th: Mass for People of the Parish at 10.00a.m.

Wednesday 10th: Mass for Hugh, Kit, Elizabeth & the deceased members of the Kelleher Family, Killowen; Nora & Timothy Kelleher, Lislehane at 10.00a.m.

Thursday 11th: Mass for Jimmy & the deceased members of the O’Sullivan family, Newmarket at 10.00a.m.

Friday 12th:  Mass for Nannie & Flor O’Donoghue, Lackabawn & their daughter Kathleen at 7.30p.m. [read more …] “Millstreet Parish Newsletter – 7th August 2022”

The Road of Life Ballads & Beyond with Ger Wolfe​​​​

The Road of Life

Ballads & Beyond

with Ger Wolfe​​​​

Music Alive is delighted to invite you to an ‘age friendly’ music session with the well-known Irish musician and singer-songwriter, Ger Wolfe who writes and sings in Irish and English, has been on radio and TV and loves to teach people, whether at universities or in village halls. Christy Moore is a fan: “Ger Wolfe’s songs always raise my spirits; his voice always, always brings me into the song.”

Together, you will play and sing existing ballads, old and new, and even go beyond that. Dip your toe into song-writing and experience how natural it is. Like breathing, like singing. Dust down your musical instrument (if you have one) and bring it along.


The sessions are free!

Places are limited so if you want to attend the Millstreet session in the Day Centre, please email <email> or call 029 70926


Millstreet Meals on Wheels service

The Millstreet Meals on Wheels service is available for the elderly & isolated in the Millstreet catchment area. All food is prepared in Millstreet Day Centre & we operate the service 5 days a week. You can order a hot dinner for as many days as you like, delivered to your door from Mon-Fri for just €6 a day for the main meal & €2 for dessert.


A variety of meals are served throughout the week and the staff will endeavour to facilitate individual tastes when preparing meals. Coeliac dinners & desserts available also. Please see our menu for next week below.


If you or anyone you know would like to avail of the Meals on Wheels Service over the coming weeks please contact the kitchen on (029) 30998 or the office on (029) 70926 (please leave a message if no answer) or email <email>

Millstreet Vintage Club Upcoming Events

Millstreet Vintage Club have had a busy Season so far this Year with 3 very successful Car Runs after taking place along with 2 very well supported Tractor Runs as well,we have 2 more Events planned for later in the Season with our Autumn Car Run which is in aid of Alzheimers Society of Ireland taking place on Sunday September 4th and then on Sunday October 16th we are holding the Annual CART Carriganima Tractor Run based out of Carriganima,if you want anymore information on the Car Run you can Contact Luke Hurley on 086 8805437 and for information on the Tractor Run you can give Danny Lane a Call on 087 2213848.



Jerry Corkery, Ballydaly Upper

The death has occurred of Jeremiah (Jerry) Corkery, Ballydaly Upper, Millstreet, Cork. Peacefully, on Tuesday, August 2nd 2022. Beloved husband of Mary (nee Linehan), and loving father of Joan, Marie, Annette, Eileen, Claire, Thomas and John. Predeceased by his sisters Peggy Herlihy, Bridget Hickey and brother Michael Corkery, he is survived by his devoted wife and children, sons-in-law Mike, Derek, Brian and Pierre, and daughter-in-law, Bríd. Loving grandfather to his 20 grandchildren. Sadly missed by his sister, Maureen Duggan, brothers-in-law Noel C. Duggan, Dan-Joe Linehan (Plymouth), Patie and Frank Linehan, sister-in-law Nellie Schmidt (New Jersey), nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours, carers and friends. May Jerry Rest In Peace. [rip]

Reposing in Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet (P51 XF86), on Friday, 5th August, from 6pm to 8pm followed by removal to St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Requiem mass on Saturday at 11am. Burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery.

House private please. Mass can be viewed on Messages of sympathy can be left on the RIP Condolence page.

“Radio Treasures” from 9.10 to 11.10pm on CMS Tonight

On this Tuesday – 2nd Aug. 2022 – preceded by “Jimmy Reidy & Friends” with a wonderful programme relating to the Kilbeheny area at 8pm (the repeat of which one may hear after the Maureen Henry Show on Sunday night) we invite you to also tune into “Radio Treasures” this Tuesday from 9.10 to 11.10pm on Cork Music Station.    Feel very welcome to contact the live programme by emailing corkmusicstation or texting 086 825 0074 – One may also WhatsApp that number.   Tonight’s programme includes lots of uplifting songs, music, musings and requests.   A special feature also tonight includes at 10pm an interview with Conor O’Leary of Donoughmore, Coordinator supreme of the recent Mounted Games held recently at Green Glens.  At 10.15pm we repeat the very best of Irish Traditional Music recently recorded at “The Rock Bar”, Newmarket on the occasion of the 87th Birthday of Musician Supreme, Timmy O’Connor – this is just 12 minutes of a much longer broadcast later in the season but this 12 minute sequence includes the truly magnificent “Joyous Waltz” as played by Jackie Daly and Friends. And we chat about the following 7 pictures accessed from Millstreet Museum Pictorial Archives.  Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Recent very successful Cúl Camp 2022 at Millstreet Town Park recorded on the day that Cork Senior Footballer supreme from Kanturk, Daniel O’Connell visited the Camp. (A full feature will later follow.)
Daniel O’Connell is pictured sixth from left.
Pictured with (on left) Conor O’Leary and Mark Crowe – Coordinators of the wonderful recent Mounted Games at Green Glens. Conor’s Interview may be heard at 10pm.
From left – Artist supreme, Denis O’Connor; Giuseppe from Italy of the magnificent “Dago Red” musical group and Joseph O’Leary of Levis’ Bar in beautiful Ballydehob where the superb Concert was held.


James Carr of Shanaknuck, Millstreet who arranged “Dago Red’s” Irish Tour is pictured on extreme left.

[read more …] ““Radio Treasures” from 9.10 to 11.10pm on CMS Tonight”

Wishing Anna Moynihan and Katie O’Sullivan from Cullen the very best in the All Ireland Fleadh

Wishing Anna Moynihan and Katie O’Sullivan from Cullen the very best in the All Ireland Fleadh in the U18 Solo singing. It is a fantastic achievement that the two girls representing Munster are from the same parish and have grown up together as great friends through the years. There is a long list of brilliant musicians and singers representing Duhallow, Cork and Munster in the All Ireland Fleadh from the area including Ava Thornton, Muireann and Oisin O’Connor and Zara Lehane as well as others. We have no doubt that they will make Duhallow, Cork and Munster very proud in Mullingar. Enjoy the Fleadh. Go n-éirí an t-ádh libh!! 🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶

Eily’s Report – 2nd August

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

The biggest crowd ever for the Rosary, exceptionally long queues for the removal and a full church for his requiem Mass, That was the tribute which was meted out to the humble Pat Lane, who passed away before the weekend and who was Pat Lane. Born 60 years ago to parents Connie and Peggy Lane in Caherdowney.  We take little notice of each other getting on with our daily lives, but it is only when someone dies that we are rocked into a sense of the reality, that they will be with us no more. Born in 1962, we all knew and loved Pat for different reasons. Mine started long before he was born, when I walked the Liscahane road with his lovely mother Peggy Butler going and coming to school every day for years. We were soul mates, like all of us going to school that time we knew one another in depth and that familiar gene seemed to be passed on to Pat for when I’d meet him,  his mom’s name came up every time and some story or memory to go with it. On the wider scale Pat was a friend to everyone and his needs were few. So long as Mary and the children were OK, everything else came second. Pat had no high class education, he worked hard to make a living, be it on a powerful track machine or using the shovel to clean the streets or the shlean to cut the turf, even plucking turkeys at Christmas. If we are wise, we will learn a lot from Pat. He had many talents, play music, sing, recite, converse, which he rarely used and without them by just being himself, he gained the respect and regard of all those who met him over the years. Even the Healy Raes and the  Brennan Brothers came. Many would be wise to take a page out of his book. The shortest sermon I ever heard a priest to give at a Mass was when he turned towards the congregation (They faced the alter that time for Mass) and said in slow profound words, ‘Remember you may be the only Bible that someone will ever read’. The biggest crowd for the Rosary the longest removal and the fullest church,  the lovely Ford sisters with their meaningful songs and music, lorded over by Canon John.

Pat got it right.

We offer our deepest sympathy to his grieving wife Mary and his children Maria, Con, Patrick and all his extended family. No doubt Pat will work hard for them in Heaven as he always did on earth. R.I.P.

[read more …] “Eily’s Report – 2nd August”

Sincere Congratulations to Greg on His Recent Success

Tom Corbett wishes to extend sincere congratulations to Greg on being wonderfully successful in his recent examinations in Dublin leading to his qualification as Master Butcher.   We all join Tom in also expressing our very best wishes to Greg on such an important milestone.  (S.R.)

Greg pictured at his work place in Minor Row, Millstreet.   Photo by Tom Corbett.

Millstreet Parish Newsletter – 31st July 2022



Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

31st July 2022

Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P.

Telephone Nos.:  Landline:  029 70043  &  Mobile: 087 775 2948

Email:  millstreet


All Masses are livestreamed on

Parish Opening Hours 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 

9.00am to 1.00pm  &  2.00pm to 5.00pm

Your prayers are requested for the repose of the Souls of the following:

RECENT DEATHS: Pat Lane, Old Coach Avenue; Willie Corcoran, Liscahane; Connie Dennehy, Curragh; Ted O’Shea, Macroom.

Mass Intentions this Weekend:

Saturday 30th July:

Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m. Joe White, Tubber

Sunday 31st July:

Ballydaly   9.00 a.m. John & Bridget Murphy, Ballydaly

Cullen      10.15 a.m.     Margaret (Peg) & Thade O’Mahony, Knocknageeha and their daughters Theresa Twomey, Rathcoole; Marian Finnerty Castleknock & Eileen.

Millstreet 11.30 a.m.   Joe Moynihan, Killarney Road & London

ANNIVERSARIES: Danny Joe & Kathleen Cotter, Liscahane; Jeremiah, Margaret & Mary Dennehy, Mountleader; Maurice Dennehy, Drishane Road; Liam Barry, Lackabawn; Philip O’Shea, Murphy’s Terrace; Jer Lane, Ballinatona; Danny Healy, Keim; Donagh Hickey, Eagloune;  Niamh McSweeney, Flintfield & Killarney; Gavin Tarrant, Rathcoole;  James King, Harrow, England.

Mass Intentions for next week:

Saturday 6th August:

Millstreet   6.30 p.m.     Hannah & Charles Barry, Murphy’s  Terrace; Michael O’Sullivan, Rathduane

Sunday 7th August:

Ballydaly    9.00 a.m. Peter Dudzik, Poland  

Cullen       10.15a.m. The deceased members of the Cremin Family, Coalpits;  Denny & Sheila Murphy, Lyreaoune

Millstreet 11.30 a.m.   Bill & Peg Dunne, Murphy’s Terrace;  Joseph, Gracie & the deceased members of the O’Callaghan Family, Sunnyside, Liscahane; Private Intention.  

Millstreet Church: Mass times this week, unless there is a funeral.

Monday 1st August:  Funeral Mass for Pat Lane, Old Coach Avenue at 11.00a.m.

Tuesday 2nd August:  Mass for People of the Parish at 10.00a.m.

Wednesday 3rd August:  Mass for Private Intention at 10.00a.m.

Thursday 4th August: Mass for Maurice Dennehy, Drishane Road; Mary & John Weir, Ballyvourney at 10.00a.m.

Friday 5th August: Mass for Joan Twomey, Rathduane and her husband Denis McSweeney, Killarney at 7.30p.m. [read more …] “Millstreet Parish Newsletter – 31st July 2022”

Exciting Mounted Games Finals at Green Glens This Afternoon

The wonderfully exciting Finals of the International Mounted Games currently being held at Green Glens take place this afternoon (30th July 2022) after 3pm.   Everyone is welcome.   Admission is free.  We thank Coordinator supreme, Conor O’Leary of Donoughmore for alerting us to this splendid event.  Here we share images from the Official Opening this week during which Liam O’Connor & Family plus superb Dancers truly entertained the enthusiastic international audience in a magnificent manner.  Tap on the pictures to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Exciting Mounted Games Finals at Green Glens This Afternoon”

Declan Nerney and Band Appearing at The Pub in Carriganima on Sunday August 14th

There is a Big Night of Music planned in The Village Marquee at The Pub in Carriganima on Sunday August 14th not to be missed with the Appearance of the Fabulous Declan Nerney and Band and we also Welcome Back the Fantastic Michelle Murphy Band, Proceedings Kick off at 7pm in what promises to be a great Night Out,

Enquiries to Sean Murphy on 087 2600640.


Day of Regions Aubane Community Walk on Sunday August 21st

The Day of Regions Aubane Community Walk is happening on Sunday 21st August, leaving Aubane Community Centre at 2.00 pm and heading to the Butter Road Monument.

We hope to see as many possible on the day. Refreshments afterwards at Aubane Community Centre.

This event is sponsored by IRD Duhallow CLG