Our week long fundraising project in aid of Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Website has now come to a close. We are, however, not yet deleting the campaign until the total fund is transferred to our Museum Bank Account. At that point the online project finally concludes. The absolutely amazing response received through the GoFund Me project has been totally phenomenal. The final amount donated plus the contributions received by post and by hand will be published within the next few days……Renewed heartfelt thanks to All – Seán Radley
Niall Buckley BDS NUI, Drominarigle, Newmarket / Keale Bridge, Millstreet, Co. Cork. It is with deep regret and sadness that we announce the death of Niall Buckley, who passed away, suddenly, at his home, on Monday morning. Sadly missed by his adored partner Jillian and her son Danny, his broken-hearted parents Donagh and Maureen, brothers Donagh and Ian, sister Elaine, sister in law Juliette, brother in law Derek, nieces, nephews, Jillian’s family, loyal and valued colleague Helen, grand-aunt, aunts, uncles, cousins and a large circle of friends and neighbours.
Funeral arrangements later. You are welcome to leave a message of condolence for the family here.
Funeral Arrangements Later.
Tonight…on this Tuesday, 4th August 2020… on “Radio Treasures” broadcast on Cork Music Station 9:30 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.
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.
The Holiday Season is in full swing and not a trace of a plane in the sky. You can’t help wondering what is happening instead of the criss-cross lines up in the blue carrying thousands of people from one crowded airport to the other right across the world. Where did it all go and what have we got instead? You’d think the world would grind to a halt if the likes happened but it hasn’t. No it hasn’t because T.G. people refuse to be downed. In spite of all the knocks they find the grit to keep going the strong helping the weak and everybody learning from the next. Every day we read of people making determined efforts to get back up again, carry the day and survive. That is why it is so important that we support home industry, shop at home, bring your support to those who will stand us in good stead for the future. It is truly amazing what a town like Millstreet has to offer. Last week alone I got my Laptop serviced and my car smartened up without ever leaving the area and at very reasonable rates. There is a host of other services in the area, all depending on our support. It’s great to see so many places being done up and painted and so many businesses getting back to work. Everything forward-looking and no sign of giving up. Long may the trend continue.
What can we say about the response to Sean Radley’s Go-Fund-Me plea for the Museum. Needless to say like everybody else,I’m overjoyed but sad at the same time. Sad because it took so long for the museum complex at the Carnegie Hall to get it’s true recognition. Our museum and website are the heart and soul of what we are. It’s our link with the entire world. It deserves a lot more space to allow it to reach it’s full potential and sadly when the Carnegie Hall was being refurbished some years ago what used to be a two roomed facility for the museum etc.was reduced to one, forcing massive amounts of its artifacts to be boxed and put into storage at Sean Radley’s own expense. Since then he has literally worked miracles in limited space to make today’s wonderful service a reality and talk of good coming out of bad. It took the worldwide Corona Virus plague to wake us up to this great need on our own doorstep. One of Sean’s dreams was to put a book on every shelf and he did when he gave Picture Millstreet to us and to the world, I know he has big ambitions for our museum and website, we help him to achieve it. Shame on us if we don’t. Sean’s work is so very important. When we see the value that is placed in images of the past such as of late with the Centenary of the Fight for Freedom 1900/1920s. The way old photos were tracked down and treasured his store of pictures must run into hundreds of thousands and all are kept in pristine condition and dated and named for generations to come to enjoy and by which family records can be traced. But his pictures are only one aspect of what he has in store for the future. Long may our dear Sean continue to do what Sean loves best. To enhance his community ,in so many ways. Thank God for HIM. And Thank You Sean.
As we reach our final day (Tuesday, 4th Aug. 2020) of the GoFundMe fundraising project in aid of Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Website we are so totally amazed at the superb generosity of so many wonderfully kind Supporters locally, nationally and internationally. Presently with fees deducted our total in the GoFundMe Project is €4879.59. The phenomenal response far exceeds our expectations and will truly afford us the opportunity to maintain and, above all, to further develop our services. In addition to our GoFundMe campaign further generous Supporters have sent donations by post and also delivered by hand. We shall share on our website the final amount donated on this coming Thursday. While we have sent a personal thank you message to all our GoFundMe Contributors we wish to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who has so very kindly responded to this annual appeal for the Museum and Website. Sincerely – Seán Radley, Curator, Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Website Team Member. [read more …] “Final Day of Phenomenal GoFundMe Project for Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Website”
‘Recent upgrade of Clonbanin Monument in preparation for the centenary Commemoration ceremony taking place on Saturday 6th March 2021. Sincere thanks to Ciara McAuliffe, of True Reflection Art Therapy, Mallow, for her brilliant artistry which she donated free of charge.
Rainbow was Saturday evening about 6pm – flowers and ‘colourful weeds’ are along the roads in Ballydaly !
I’m a single mom to one and one on the way and looking for a house or an apartment, anywhere will be considred. i have hap . Contact 0857354974
We thank Presenter, John Greene for advance information on this Sunday evening’s programme – 2nd August 2020 at 7pm on C103. (S.R.)
There’s a mixed bag of subjects and a lot of miles to cover on this week’s edition of ‘Where the road takes me’, as John Greene goes in search of interesting stories and the people behind them.
In Churchtown we look back at the lives of legendary horse trainer Vincent O’Brien and poet Seán Mac Giolla Mear.
After his sister and father died young, Hubie Hurley from Farnanes, tells us how his wonderful mother, managed, with just ten shillings a week, to make skilled and artistic tradesmen and a nurse out of her three sons and daughter.
Once a stately home on beautiful lands, Ryecourt House near Crookstown was one of three local houses burned during the ‘troubles’ in June of 1921. We pay a visit to Rosaleen Tonson-Rye who still lives on the grounds.
A native of Toames in Kilmichael, Canon Humphrey o’Mahony joins us from Scotland to talk about the dissolution of the monasteries in Ireland, and how Kilcrea Abbey in Farnanes was one of the largest to fall foul of Cromwell and his Henchmen’s murderous plans. [read more …] ““Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm this Sunday on C103″
We invite you to submit your Requests for our weekly Music Request Show “Lunchtime Favourites” (Sunday, 2nd August 2020) on Cork Music Station which is broadcast directly after our transmission of the celebration of 11:30 am Mass from 12:10pm until 13:30pm. Just email your requests anytime to corkmusicstation @gmail.com or text/WhatsApp to 086 825 0074. Our focus this Sunday will include the wonderfully uplifting songs and tunes hugely popular in the era of Carnivals in Millstreet in the 1950s and 1960s. Sure to evoke some great memories! Further gems in song we also share. We hear about Saturday’s First Wedding in Millstreet since February. We discover the story behind the splendid new seat at the Cross on Clara Mountain. This and much more! Happy Listening! Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
|Peacefully surrounded by her loving family and in the wonderful care of the Palliative Care Unit, University Hospital Kerry. Beloved wife of James (Jamie) and proud and loving mother of Killian, Fionn and Oisín. Dearly loved daughter of the late Vincent (Flintfield House) and Noreen and wonderful sister of Deirdre. Very sadly missed by her loving family, parents-in-law Jane and James, brothers-in-law John and Jordan, sister-in-law Mary, nephews and niece John, Alan, Leah and Kyle, aunts, uncles, cousins, relatives, neighbours and her many good friends, especially those who supported her throughout her long illness. A private family funeral has taken place for Niamh. If you wish to offer your condolences online, please click on this link.|
EIGHteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 2ND aUGUST, 2020
Canon John Fitzgerald P.P.
Tel Nos. Millstreet 029-70043/Mobile 087-7752948
Email: millstreet @dioceseofkerry.ie www.dioceseofkerry.ie
PARISH OFFICE OPENING HOURS:
10.00a.m.-1.00p.m. & 2.00p.m.-5.00p.m.
Your prayers are requested for the repose of the souls of the following and for those whose anniversaries occur around this time, and for those for whom Masses will be offered during the week:
RECENT DEATHS: John Kelleher, Mountleader.
Mass Intentions this Week-end:
Saturday 1st August:
Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m. Denis Healy, Tullig
Sunday 2nd August:
Ballydaly 9.00 a.m. John & Bridget Murphy, Ballydaly,
their daughter Breeda Trend & her husband Michael.
Cullen 10.15 a.m. Peg O’Mahony, Knocknageeha, her daughters
Theresa Twomey, Rathcoole & Marian Finnerty,
Castleknock and her son-in-law Francis Higgins, Newmarket.
Millstreet 11.30 a.m. Michael O’Sullivan, Rathduane.
Anniversaries: Dan Joe Cotter, Murphy’s Terrace; Philip O’Shea, Murphys’ Terrace; Liam Barry, Lackabawn; Jeremiah, Margaret & Mary Dennehy, Mountleader; Dan Casey, Carrigacooleen; Jer Lane, Ballinatona; Danny & the deceased members of the Healy Family, Keim; Humphrey O’Donoghue, Aubane; John Tarrant, Liscreagh; Donagh Hickey, Eagloune; Mary Walsh, Knocknageeha; Paudie O’Keeffe, Cullen; Gavin Tarrant, Rathcoole; William & Julia O’Riordan, Laught; Bill Crowley, Coole & Cork. [read more …] “Millstreet Parish Newsletter Sunday 2nd August 2020”
The death has occurred of Richard (Dick) Dineen, New Street, Macroom, Cork / Kilcorney, Cork
Dineen (New Street, Macroom and formerly of Ivale, Kilcorney): On July 31, 2020, at C.U.H, RICHARD (Dick), beloved husband of Katie (nee Madigan), dear father of Kathleen, Tony and Margaret (Healy) and brother of the late Angie (Buckley) and Peggy (Foley). Deeply regretted by his loving wife, family, brother Mikey (Millstreet), daughter-in-law Fionnuala, son-in-law Conor, sister-in-law Margaret, grandchildren Orla, Tony, Niamh, Éabha, Laura, Ciara and Sophie, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.
Dicks’s Funeral Mass will be available on www.churchservices.tv/macroom on Sunday at 2pm. A private funeral will take pace due to government advice regarding public gatherings. Those who would have liked to attend the Funeral but due to current restrictions cannot, please leave a personal message on the RIP Condolence Page. Family flowers only please. May he rest in peace.
UPDATE: ATM is now fully operational.
Please note that we have just now been alerted (Sat. 1st Aug. 2020) to the fact that when Customers arriving at AIB’s ATM in Church Street, Millstreet and inserting their Bank Card- their Bank Cards are Not Being Returned. The Bank is not scheduled to reopen until Tuesday. We shall publish an update if we are alerted to the fact that the problem is solved. UPDATE: The ATM is now fully closed. We thank the very kind Mary of “Guys & Dolls” who made contact with us. (S.R.)
2 gold rings lost between Millstreet Medical Centre and Supervalu. One plain narrow gold band and one narrow gold ring with 3 stones. Would be grateful for any information as they hold great sentimental value to my grandmother. Any information please contact 0870980439.
MILLSTREET COMMUNITY SCHOOL
CLEANING STAFF VACANCIES
The Board of Management of Millstreet Community School invites applications for two vacant
positions on the cleaning staff of the school:
1. Fixed-term contract of 33 hours per week until 4th June 2021 payable at Department of
Education and Skills rates. The successful candidate will be required to work full days
(10.00am-5.00pm) Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri and 10.00am-3.00pm on Wednesday)
2. Fixed-term contract of 12.5 hours per week until 4
th June 2021, payable at Department of
Education and Skills rates. The successful candidate will be required to work mornings
(10.00am -12.30pm) Monday to Friday.
A letter of application, along with current CV and references, should submitted by email only to The
Secretary, Board of Management, at vacancies @millstreetcommunityschool.ie by 12pm on Friday,
August 7th 2020. Late applications and hard copies of applications will not be accepted. Please
indicate clearly which position you are applying for. Interviews will be held on Tuesday, August 11th 2020.
Appointments will be subject to reference checks and Garda Vetting. Shortlisting may apply and only
those shortlisted will be contacted. The Board of Management of Millstreet Community School is an
equal opportunities employer.
⚠️ For anyone living in the Millstreet area ⚠️there was one black cable tie attached to the front of a tree in our garden beside our front gate towards the Clara road area of Millstreet. We do have 1 dog so anyone with dogs just check around front entrances.
Thanks to Patrick O’Callaghan for letting us know.
Before we end our Go Fund Me Project on this coming Tuesday, 4th August 2020 we extend sincere thanks for the absolutely amazing generous response we have received for Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Website over the past few days. In addition to donations received by post and by hand which have amounted to €450.00 our Go Fund Me fundraising has by this Friday, 31st July 2020 reached a hugely impressive €4, 175.00. We shall on this coming Wednesday publish the final amount received. Such an outstandingly generous response from home and abroad will allow us to now update our older well worn recording equipment and will also permit us to explore the availability of podcasts of current and historic audio recordings. Upgrading of software to share video and audio recordings and broadcasts will now also become a possible reality. Although a personal thank you has been sent to all who have contributed we wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who has in any way been so very supportive in this year’s fundraising Project for the Museum and Website. It is truly appreciated. The accompanying very kind comments received with different donations are also a wonderful source of encouragement. Keep safe and well All. Míle buíochas….Seán Radley, Curator, Millstreet Museum & Website Team Member.
The next competition will be a “3 ball scramble” open to all adult and juvenile members. If interested please send your name to 086 8510423 before 6 pm on Sunday 9 August. Teams of 3 players of mixed ability will be drawn and entrants will be informed via text. Competitors can play anytime during the following week up to 8pm on Sunday 16 August, 2020.
We thank Pat Breen for this important notice. (S.R.)
I’m looking for a house or apartment in Millstreet for myself and my 1 year old son.
My phone number is 0830529857 or my email is <email>
Just appeared on the Millstreet Camogie Facebook group:
⚠️ Red cable tie found on a gate this morning in Ballydaly. ⚠️ It must’ve been put on some time between 9am & 1pm today as it definitely wasn’t there before that. Have a look around your houses & report any suspicious markings & activity to the guards. Keep your dogs safe.
Looking for a 2 bedroom house to rent, myself and my partner are moving over from England as our kids are now in Millstreet. Shane Walker. Phone +44 751051855 email – <email>
The Millstreet Meals on Wheels service is available for anyone who needs it. All food is prepared in Millstreet Day Centre and 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 Monday-Friday 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. 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>
The death has occurred of John Kelleher, Mountleader, Millstreet, Co. Cork. (Former Ambulance Driver). Peacefully in the presence of his family and in the excellent care of the Matron and staff of Millstreet Community Hospital. Sadly missed by his wife Margaret, children Anna, Jim and Mark. Predeceased by his son John. Sadly missed by his son-in-law John Sheahan, daughter-in-law Joanne, grandchildren Gary, Brian, Darren, Cara, Scarlett, Kate, John and Aisling, great-grandchildren Jack, Tadgh and Danny. [rip]
Due to current government guidelines a private Funeral Mass will be take place on Thursday at 12 noon. Messages of sympathy may be left on the RIP Condolence Page.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
We are absolutely amazed by the enormous generosity of so many very kind people at home and abroad who have donated to our Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Website Go Fund Me Project. Having reached our target in the first two days we have decided to continue with the fundraising for a while longer to afford the opportunity to others to support the Project. The extra funds will permit further development of our Museum facilities and will also allow the upgrading of our website potential. Sincere thanks to all our truly superb Supporters. Your inspiring kindness is greatly appreciated…..Seán Radley, Curator, Millstreet Museum and Team Member of Millstreet Website.
Funds received to date: 1. Through Go Fund Me Project – €3,030.00 (before expenses yet to be deducted). 2. Donations received by hand – €230.00 which includes a cheque from Millstreet Community Council Ltd. for €200.00. Total on 29th July 2020: €3,260.00
Tonight…on this Tuesday, 28th July 2020… on “Radio Treasures” broadcast on Cork Music Station 9:30 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. Among the Treasures to feature tonight:
- We hear some very special songs such a “Flying by” composed by Davy Ryan and “When the Robins Return” wonderfully sung by Paudie McAuliffe from Shrone. And with the help of James Wickham of Minnesota, USA we hear the amazing singing voice of Kate Smith – the “American Dame Vera Lynn”.
- We listen to two interviews at 10pm : First Anniversary of Air Ambulance with many speakers at the important occasion. Also we chat with Matt and Úna about the new seat at the Cross on Clara Mountain.
- We talk about Jerry Pat O’Leary’s superb recent 90 minute Podcast.
- And we chat about the images shared here:
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.
August Bank Holiday, the very mention of the word gives us a great feeling, fills you with excitement and the promise of annual holidays and a much needed break from the norm. Yes, that is what it used to be like, but alas not this time and it only took one small bug to put an end to it, change the world forever. For a long time now the media has wasted no time or energy in telling us about terrible things that threaten our very existence. Super powers stockpiling bigger and more powerful weapons of war and mass distruction, most of which never comes to fruition. T.G. But there wasn’t a word about a little bug that was hatching away in China which put us all hiding behind masks for our own protection and that of those around us. The whole world is at bursting point and the annual holiday season only makes it worse. People can’t be blamed for casting their minds on the might-have –been. Holidays both at home and abroad booked for months, having to be cancelled. To Holiday at home at short notice requiring careful planning , with many new aspects to be considered. With very little hotel or B&B accommodation to be had they may be lucky enough to get a vacancy at a campsite, but even then the customary trip to the cafe or diner could also be a no no. Already I’m hearing of towns in scenic places that are full of people and no pub or restaurant open. People with little children are to be pitied. Adults may curse their luck and settle for an alternative, but try telling the little ones that we’re not going to France after all, or indeed to the seaside, because we’d have no place to stay. For years planning a holiday anywhere in the world was done by pressing a few buttons and your every need was met. But it’s not like this year. This time people will have to do it all themselves, take the knocks and try again. To make it good for the August Bank Holiday this year is going to take some new thinking, more effort, but I’ll bet that when it’s over, we will hear some wonderful stories from people who thought outside the box and had a wonderful time, in spite of Covid 19.