Keeping Your Gut Healthy For Overall Well Being Capabu Health Food Shop, Millstreet, Co. Cork
Did you ever notice that when your gut is healthy, your overall health and vitality improves? And when you eat the wrong food you feel awful? We have too much choice these days and we can lose track of ourselves with processed foods that destroy our gut health. The good news is that you are in charge of what you eat and your food choices are in your own hands. And in Ireland, we have wonderful food choices that are really healthy and increase our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. As the wise person said “Food is Medicine” – or not!
In this one hour talk you will learn:
• Which foods cause inflammation and illness in the body and which foods help it.
• How when we absorb our food fully, it dictates how well we are nourished.
• How taking a break from food can have a great healing effect.
• The new science of food and gut health.
Please join us at Capabu Health Food Shop in Millstreet
Date: Thursday, February 27, 2020, 6-7 pm
Speaker: Aidan O Sullivan.
Following on from the recent Cars Coffee and Chat Morning held on Sunday Jan 22nd last and also the End of Year Club Social Activites held back in November which were Organised by Millstreet Vintage Club a final figure of €2,100.69 was raised in Totalfrom these Events for Marymount Hospice,the Vintage Club would like to thank Everybody for there fantastic support and generosity. A Cheque for the final figure raised was presented by Millstreet Vintage Club to Marymount Hospice in Millstreet on Friday Night Feb 21st last at The Wallis Arms Hotel in Millstreet,Fiona Kelleher of Marymount accepted the Cheque on behalf of the Group from Coffee Morning Organiser Daniel Lane and Fiona thanked the Generosity of People for supporting such a great Cause in Marymount Hospice and said it would be a great help for the Groups Activities.
A Great Night was had at the Millstreet Vintage Club Charity Pub Quiz in aid of the ICRR Air Ambulance Service held in McCarthys Bar Millstreet on Friday Night last,there was a super Turnout and Myra Sheehan Event Organiser and the Club wishes to thank everyone who took part on the Night,the Club would also like to thank Joanne in McCarthys Bar for providing a great Venue,Denis Cremin for being a fantastic Quiz Master,Noreen Meade for checking the Answers and keeping the Scoring updated and Denis Lane for the use of his Amplification Equipment and to John Tarrant,Daniel Lane and Sean Radley for coming along to take some Photos,also many thanks to the people who donated Spot Prizes for the Draw held as well, Many Congratulations to the Winning Team and to the people that won Spot Prizes on the Night also.
Aubane Social Club are facilitating an Important Information Meeting about the new planned Wind Farm on Mushera Mountain,this Meeting will take place at Aubane Community Centre on Tuesday March 31st at 8.00pm. Members of Brookfield Renewables,the company planning to build the Wind Farm will attend. All very Welcome.
On this week’s edition of ‘Where the road takes me’, John Greene returns to Brandy-Hall on the eastern side of Castletownbere.
We thank John for advance information regarding this Sunday Evening’s programme. (S.R.)
We visit the monument to Timothy Harrington MP on the western side of the Millbrook Bar on Brandy-Hall Bridge. In 1884, Harrington dismantled the Crown Prosecution’s case against the eight men accused of the Maamtrasna murders in 1882. His investigation led to the end of Gladstone’s Government.
We visit a monument on nearby Dinish Island which was erected to those who lost their lives at sea on the Beara Peninsula.
Millstreet Vintage Club Charity Table Quiz in McCarthys Bar Millstreet on Tonight Friday February 21st at 8.30 pm for The ICRR Air Ambulance Service,why not come along for a Good Night Out for a Great Cause, Business Groups are also asked and encouraged to Field there own Teams,there are already a number of Local Business Groups after indicating that they will take part in the Quiz but there is still Room for more to join them with a Prize for the best Business Team who competes in the Quiz up for Grabs,Everybody Welcome,Table of 4 €40,Details Call Myra on 087 2742596.
The boys and girls of Junior Infants (R4) were thrilled to be invited by members of the Millstreet Town Park Committee to be the first children to play in the newly renovated playground.
We thank the committee for their Trojan efforts over the past few months to ensure our town has a state of the art playground and we also thank the people of Millstreet for getting involved and supporting the many fundraising events. We are delighted that the €900 we raised from our ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ here in our school helped make this dream playground a reality.
Well done to all members of Millstreet Town Park Committee!
Fully qualified primary school teacher available for extra tuition for subjects; Irish, English, Maths or help with homework. Millstreet based but available to travel. Contact 0871388241 for further details.
This year our St.Patrick’s Day parade will start with the Vintage Club leading out at 4.45pm and then with the very best of local talent and spirit.
Definitely it is an experience not to be missed. 💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚
We have prizes for the following categories: ☘️ Best Cultural Presentation ☘️ Best Vintage Vehicle decorated in St.Patrick’s theme ☘️ Best Window Display ☘️ Best Celebrity Look-a-like ☘️ Best Fleet ☘️ Best Float ☘️ Best Group or Club
We ask all participants to gather at 4pm at the Green Glens Arena entrance on station road.
Please forward your details for social media exposure.
The death has occurred of Sheila O’Connell, Murphy’s Tce., Millstreet. On 19th of February, passed away unexpectedly at her residence surrounded by her loving family. Deeply regretted by her husband Dan Joe (Barney), daughter Sheila, sons John, Donal and Richie, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandchild, relatives, neighbours and friends. “May she rest in Peace”.
Lying in Repose at her residence on Thursday evening from 6pm to 8pm. Reception into St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on Friday for 12 Noon Mass, burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet. Family flowers only please donations if desired to CUH. [rip]
The regular “Sing Along” event at Millstreet Day Care Centre this Wednesday (19th Feb. 2020) evening was most enjoyable and a true credit to Helen, Petra and their dedicated Team. In a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere and with the aid of background music everyone participated in the group singing and we also had some uplifting individual presentations. Splendid refreshments were provided at half-time. Everyone is very welcome and we would encourage attendance at the next event. Here we share some 7 images to illustrate the relaxed setting and atmosphere. Numbers attending were influenced this evening by the coinciding of two other events elsewhere. Tap on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Very Successful “Sing Along” Event Most Enjoyable”
The death has occurred of Maureen McCarthy (née O’Sullivan), Toremore, Kilcummin, Killarney, Kerry / Millstreet, Cork. Late of Ballydaly, Millstreet, Co. Cork. Peacefully at home in the tender care of her family, Maureen. Dearly loved wife of Tim and much loved mother of Denis, Ann and Julie. Very sadly missed by her loving family, sons-in-law Shane O’Neill and Johnny Hoare, her grandchildren Emily, Lily-Mai, Eoghan and Timmy, brothers Jimmy (Ballincollig) and D.J. (Ballydaly, Millstreet), sisters Eileen (Riney, Sneem) and Ann (Murray, Roscrea), brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews and nieces, relatives, neighbours and her many dear friends. “May She Rest In Peace”
Reposing at O’Shea’s Funeral Home, Cathedral Place, Killarney on Thursday evening from 5.30 pm to 7.30pm. Removal at 7.30 pm to Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Kilcummin. Requiem Mass on Friday morning at 11.00am, burial afterwards in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kilcummin, Killarney. [RIP]
Do you have skills in French, German, Maths & any Science subjects for Junior & Leaving Cert students living in Drishane Castle. Volunteers urgently needed. Contact Caroline or Karen 085/7772284 or <email>
Radio Treasures tonight (Tues. 18th Feb. 2020 from 9:30 to 11.00 pm) on www.corkmusicstation.com.… Special feature at 10pm when we recall meeting musician supreme Sharon Shannon and her Band including Jim Murray Jnr. plus five times world Dance Champion David Geaney from Dingle…Listen to the amazing music and picture the mighty dance steps. We reflect on the success of the recent two broadcasts from “Round the Fireside” with Jimmy Reidy. We hear a wonderful song from Sarah Dennehy . And we refer to the many happenings illustrated below. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
At the start of March, I’m doing a parachute jump in memory of my Mom Breeda Burke Hickey from Murphy’s Tce. and Claraghatlea, Millstreet. Who died 30 years ago at age 42 the same age I am now. If you would like to make a donation, go to the GoFundMe page: My first parachute jump for Recovery Haven Tralee. Money raised goes to recovery Haven Cancer support house in Tralee – Marie O’Sullivan
We are looking to start a community sewing project in The Lighthouse. It is open to any ability. If you would be interested in learning to sew or already have some experience and would like to share your skills in a friendly environment please contact us.
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.
In Millstreet, St. Valentine’s Day was widely celebrated starting off on Friday and continuing right through the weekend. Our flower and chocolate outlets did a roaring trade as did our jewelry and perfume shops, the food outlets and the all-important cards that say the tender words that any lad or lass would be loathe to utter. The business people of the Town have to be commended for their efforts in dressings their premises in a wide range of brightly coloured decorations which didn’t go unnoticed. It all helped to distract our minds away from the approach of the demon “Denis” the Hurricane. All things considered, I think that we didn’t fare too badly around here.No flooded homes or power cuts and no road blocks due to fallen trees. By and large our people are good at listening to the warnings and obeying the rules which is vitally important. We did have a few claps of thunder and when I hear that I of course reach for the Holy Water and sprinkle it around and pray that all will be safe. But the very next thing for me at any rate is to think of the dogs. I don’t own a dog, much as I’d love to, but dogs are terrified of thunder and if at all possible, should never be left unattended during a thunder storm. I think that the bold “Denis” is staying around for a little while longer,so remain on your guard.
Millstreet Town Park Committee wishes to thank Jerry Collins of Collins Tyre Centre & Filling Stationfor his very generous donation to the Playground Project. The Playground is now open during daylight hours and is a hive of activity with the fun levels through the roof! We send a huge thank you to Jerry and all our local businesses, clubs, schools, Creches and individual Sráiders who have contributed in anyway to date. Please continue to support our local entities as they have helped to make this dream Playground become a reality. We are still accepting donations to make us debt free and we would be delighted to receive any and all amounts.
TO DONATE: You may
(1) lodge online to Millstreet Town Park bank account: BIC-BOFIIE2D; IBAN-IE61BOFI90580332105069
(2) lodge cash or cheque in person at Millstreet Credit Union – reference Millstreet Town Park account
(3) send a cheque payable to ” Millstreet Town Park ” care of FAS Offices, Millstreet Community Gym, Millstreet