Class from St Patrick’s College, Millstreet 1964 or maybe 1965

Seán Creedon originally from Rathmore sent in this picture and needs help with filling in the names.   Seán was born in  Gortnagown, which is the townland where the famous City is located and has been working in Dublin now for over 50 years.
Back row: L/r: Donie Hickey (Cullen), Seán Creedon (Rathmore),  Denis O’Connell (Cullen), Tim Burton (Millstreet area), John Hickey (Gneeveguilla).
Middle row: L/r. Garret Hickey, Principal; Tony Shine (Derrinagree), Derry Murphy (Rathmore), Denis Kane (Gneeveguilla), Pat Hickey (Rathmore), Denis McCarthy (Carriganima), Tony Gallagher (Millstreet). Con Kelleher, (Cloghoulabeg, Millstreet), and Joe Garvey (Teacher).
Front row: L/r. T. C. Buckley (Millstreet area), Mick Hickey (Rathmore), Jerry Dennehy (Cullen),   Con O’Connor (Millstreet area), Murty O’Sullivan, RIP (Cullen), Pat Buckley (Millstreet) Leo (?) O’Leary (Millstreet), Jerry O’Riordan (Millstreet area), Donie O’Leary (Rathmore).
We thank Jerry O’Riordan of Ballinatona, Millstreet for helping to further identify the remainder of the names from this most interesting Coláiste Pádraig photograph from the mid 1960s.   Jerry’s extra identifications are in red print.  Jerry himself is one of the Class Members.  We thank Seán Creedon for providing the original image and we are very glad to be able to fill in the blanks from the original picture….And sincere thanks to Hannelie for uploading the feature.  (S.R.)

Dromtariffe Parish Newsletter Nov 30th to Dec 6th




Eircode: P51 W983                          Eircode: P51 K316



Monday November 30th           to Sunday December 6th  

Fr Tom Leane

The Presbytery, Dromagh, Mallow, Co. Cork.  Eircode: P51 YWF1

Tel: (029)78096 Mob:  (087) 2300565 Parish Office: Secretary Evelyn O’Sullivan

Open Monday, Wednesday & Friday.Tel: (029)78096

Safeguarding Children Representatives: Margaret McCarthy & John Cronin

Designated Liaison Person Kerry Diocese: 087 6362 780

Email: <email>  Web:

Pastoral Area

Priest on Duty Sunday 6th Dec Fr Tom Leane (029) 78096 / 087 2300565


Priest on Duty Sunday 13th Dec Fr Pat O’Donnell (064) 7758026 / 086 8351732

[read more …] “Dromtariffe Parish Newsletter Nov 30th to Dec 6th”

Christmas Trees for Sale at The Square Millstreet in December

Christmas Trees for Sale in The Square Millstreet at these times in December 2020 
 Saturday Dec 5th 12-2
 Tuesday Dec 8th 2-4
 Thursday 10th 12-2 
 Friday 11th 3-5 
 Saturday 12th 12-2
 Delivery if required 🚚
 Outside of these times please contact Dubby on 087 9255151 
 Wishing you all a very happy and healthy Christmas!🎄

Drishane Convent Postcards from 1910

After trying to find English-speaking vocations in England , the Sisters of the Child Jesus – Nicolas Barré (EJNB) left for Ireland in 1908 . And set up Drishane Convent in 1909 in order to supply a growing need for Sisters who were fluent in English in communities in Asia , and more particularly in Malaysia. Looking to make Drishane better known in Ireland, in 1910 the sisters published postcards, in black and white, and also colorized.

The Infant Jesus Sisters have now published these 18 postcards … some which we have seen before, others we have not. As an example, the postcard below shows the castle (covered in ivy) to the left of the two trees, and the main house between the two trees.

To see the photos,  go to the IJS archive website, and you will find the photos in the embedded PDF’s (which you will have to scroll down through)

Historical Reenactment Group’s Tribute to Captain Paddy McCarthy

On Sunday afternoon, 29th Nov. 2020, a very impressive Historical Reenactment Group having travelled from the Kilmichael Site visited Millstreet to pay tribute at Mill Lane to the memory of Captain Paddy McCarthy the centenary of whose death in 1920 occurs about this time.  A superbly dignified ceremony took place by the Group who came from Cork City and County.   Following an uplifting introduction the Proclamation was read with great feeling.   Appropriate prayers were recited.   Seán Ó Cróinín from Cork City delivered an excellent speech regarding the life and death of Captain Paddy McCarthy.   A gentleman with beautiful native Irish sang in a magnificent manner “Mo Ghile Mear” and “Amhrán na bhFiann”.  The Organisers recognised that due to COVID-19 the event could not be advertised but hoped that in time to come a much bigger Tribute Event could take place with a far bigger attendance – at a time when COVID-19 will be a memory.   Here we share a selection of images from Sunday’s event and we thank Seán Ó Cróinín for sharing two images recorded at Kilmichael over the weekend.  (S.R.)

Kilmichael Ambush Site Reenactment

[read more …] “Historical Reenactment Group’s Tribute to Captain Paddy McCarthy”

Spectacular Bealach Images Above the Fog Today

As we all experienced on this Sunday, 29th Nov. 2020 a Foggy Day in Millstreet Town (!) it was quite a different story on the wonderful heights of Bealach area above Ballydaly.   And we’re most fortunate that some six superb images have been shared by Mary, Dan and John O’Riordan of Ballydaly where we note a beautiful sunny day above the fog which gives the impression that one is almost observing the sea below the trees and fields.  Sincere thanks to our Friends for sharing. Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)  More splendid images to follow later. [read more …] “Spectacular Bealach Images Above the Fog Today”

“Lunchtime Favourites” After 11.30 a.m. Mass on CMS Sunday 29th Nov. 2020 Until 1.30pm

We invite you to submit your Requests for our weekly Music Request Show “Lunchtime Favourites” (Sunday, 29th Nov. 2020) on Cork Music Station which is broadcast directly after our transmission of the celebration of 11:30 am Mass from 12:10pm until 1.30pm.   Just email your requests anytime either to corkmusicstation OR to millstreetmuseum or text/WhatsApp to 086 825 0074.   Or check out the Seán Radley Facebook Page.  (S.R.)

On this Sunday’s programme we include our popular “Take the Floor” feature for our Superb Dancers

And we chat about the following pictorial feature with lots of Festive Images.  Tap on the pictures to enlarge:

The Square, Millstreet – Christmas 2020.

St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet awaiting the return of congregations this coming week.

[read more …] ““Lunchtime Favourites” After 11.30 a.m. Mass on CMS Sunday 29th Nov. 2020 Until 1.30pm”

This Week’s Schedule of Religious Broadcasts on Cork Music Station

Our schedule this week regarding the broadcast on Cork Music Station of Mass from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet is as follows:

Sunday, 29th Nov. 2020 at 11.30 a.m..

Monday, 30th Nov. 2020….No Mass 

Tuesday, 1st Dec. 2020 at 10.00 a.m.

Wednesday, 2nd Dec. 2020 at 10.00 a.m.

Thursday, 3rd Dec. 2020 at 10.00 a.m. 

Friday, 4th Dec.  2020 at 10.00 a.m. 

Broadcast of Mass on Cork Music Station will continue until

the Live Streaming Service begins.

Millstreet Parish Newsletter 29th November 2020



First Sunday of Advent

29th November  2020

Canon John Fitzgerald P.P.   

Tel Nos. Millstreet 029-70043/Mobile 087-7752948

Email:  millstreet



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:  

RECENT DEATHS:   Donal McSweeney, Knocknageeha; John Anthony O’Sullivan, Ballydaly; Josie Healy, Church Street & England.

Anniversaries: Denis Murphy,Gurranecarney (Month’s Mind); Margaret O’Byrne, West End; Garrett Hickey, West End; Joan Healy, Minor Row; Philip Cronin & Sheila O’Callaghan, Pound Hill;  Denis O’Shea, Pound Hill;  Julia & John C. O’Leary, Adrivale;  John & Norrie Guerin, Ballydaly; Maura, Tom & the deceased members of the Cronin family, Knockduff; Peggy Cronin, Cullen; Jackie & Mary Anne Murphy, Laharn East, Boherbue; Nora Burke, Kilnamartyra; Marty Healy, Carriganima; Anna Dimmock, Aubane & London.                                   


SUNDAY 29th November: Denis O’Rahilly, Murphy’s Terrace at 11.30a.m.

No Mass on Monday 30th November

TUESDAY 1st December: Mass for Private Intentions at 10.00a.m

WEDNESDAY 2nd December:   Mass for Private Intention at 10.00a.m.

THURSDAY 3rd December: Mass for William O’Brien, Nohovaldaly at 10.00a.m.

FRIDAY 4th December: Mass for R.O.C.S. at 10.00a.m.

SATURDAY 5th December : Mass for Frank & Margaret Reen, Main Street at 6.30p.m.

SUNDAY 6th December:  Mass for Denis & the deceased members of the Cashman Family, Tullig; John B. “The Shamrock” Murphy, West End.

ALTAR SOCIETY for 6th & 13th December:  Group A 

Broadcast of Mass on Cork Music Station will continue until

the Live Streaming Service begins.


This weekend we begin the season of Advent which is a time of waiting for the great event – the coming of Christ.  Pope Francis has described the Advent season as a time of conversion to make space in one’s heart for Christ to come and fill it with joy. Vigilance, he continued, means “paying attention to our neighbor in difficulty and allowing their need to draw us in, without waiting for him or her to ask us for help.”  May we continue to be vigilant to the needs of our family members, our neighbours and our community as we journey through these challenging times. [read more …] “Millstreet Parish Newsletter 29th November 2020”

Artist Supreme Bertie’s Window Display in Kanturk

Magnificent Artist, Bertie Buckley has alerted us to his upcoming Christmas Window Display at Corkery’s Bar, Strand Street, Kanturk where one may view a selection of his original Line Drawings and Paintings as well as Laminated Prints of the Originals.   All will be for sale and the splendid Display will continue throughout December 2020.  Bertie may be contacted on 087 679 3841….or on email at buckleybertie49   Special thanks to Dan Twomey of Corkery’s Bar for his very kind cooperation.   Here we share a selection of Bertie’s Line Drawings and Paintings.   Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)Artist Supreme, Bertie Buckley

[read more …] “Artist Supreme Bertie’s Window Display in Kanturk”

Seamus Guerin, Coolclogher

The death has occurred of Seamus Guerin, Coolclogher, Boherbue, Cork. Unexpected at his residence, dearly beloved son of Nora and the late Sean, brother of the late Catherine. He will be sadly missed by his heartbroken mother, brothers Donal and Pat, sister Noreen, sister-in-law Mary, brother-in-law Brendan, aunt Peggy, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends. [rip]

Due to the current government guidelines a private family funeral mass will take place on Saturday at The Church of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Derrinagree at 12 noon, followed by burial in St. Mary’s cemetery, Millstreet. Messages of sympathy may be left on the RIP Condolence Page.

The Magic of Christmas Colour Arrives at The Square

We thank Niamh Twomey of “Wordsworth” for sharing this first glimpse of Christmas Magic at the Square, Millstreet…..put in place this Thursday, 26th Nov. 2020 by the combined  excellent Millstreet Branch of Cork Co. Council and the splendid Local Volunteers.  Lots more images to follow in the days to come. Sincere congratulations to the wonderfully dedicated Christmas Lights Committee for further enhancing the superbly colourful spectacular Christmas Display. We hope to have a Virtual Launch of the Lights on on “Radio Treasures” at 10pm on this coming Tuesday.  Tap on the image to enlarge.. (S.R.)

John Anthony O’Sullivan Snr., Ballydaly

The death has occurred of John Anthony O’Sullivan, Snr., Ballydaly, Rathmore, Co. Kerry.

Passed away, peacefully, after a short illness. Sadly missed by his wife Anne (nee Dunlea), children Denis, Kay, Hugh, John and Willis, daughters-in-law Carla, Mary and Orla, son-in-law Ger, grandchildren Nigel, Jonathon, Shane, Helena, Cian, Oisín, Sorcha, Joshua, Michael, William, Anthony and Julian, brothers Tagdhie, DD and Raymond, sisters-in-law, Catherine, Margaret, Sheila, Nancy and Anne, cousins, nieces, nephews, extended family, neighbours and friends. Predeceased by his brothers Michael and Seamus and daughter-in-law Deborah.

May He Rest in Peace

A private family funeral Mass will take place in accordance with the current government guidelines on Friday at 9am in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet, followed by burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery.

House private, please.

Messages of sympathy may be left HERE which links to  [read more …] “John Anthony O’Sullivan Snr., Ballydaly”

This Week’s Schedule of Religious Broadcasts on Cork Music Station

Our schedule this week regarding the broadcast on Cork Music Station of Mass from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet is as follows:

Sunday, 22nd Nov. 2020 at 11.30 a.m..

Monday, 23rd Nov. 2020….No Mass 

Tuesday, 24th Nov. 2020 at 10.00 a.m.

Wednesday, 25th Nov. 2020 at 10.00 a.m.

Thursday, 26th Nov. 2020 at 10.00 a.m. 

Friday, 27th Nov.  2020 at 9.00 a.m.  (Funeral Mass)

Since March 2020 we, here at Cork Music Station, have been delighted to broadcast the weekend, daily and Funeral Masses.   We thank Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P., for his much appreciated kind words in this week’s Parish Newsletter.   We shall continue to provide our audio broadcasts until the upcoming new Audio-visual Streaming Service is fully in place at St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.   We extend sincere thanks to the many Loyal Listeners who have been tuned in on a global level since March and we are most grateful for the very kind comments which we have been receiving as people express their joy at being able to join our local Church for these important transmissions.   Special thanks also to the Fitzgerald Family in Cullen – William, Ita and John – for having originally established the much listened to Cork Music Station.   Míle buíochas.  (S.R.)

St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet, Co. Cork in November 2020. Tap on the image to enlarge.

Donal McSweeney, Knocknageeha, Cullen.

The death has occurred of Donal McSweeney, Knocknageeha, Cullen, Co. Cork.

Unexpectedly at his residence, predeceased by his parents Dan Joe and Mai. Loving brother of Debbie, Denis, Dermie, Phyllis, Kathleen, Noel, Marian and Carmel and much loved uncle and grand-uncle. Deeply regretted by his loving family, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, grand nephews, grand nieces, cousins and friends.

In accordance with government and H.S.E. guidelines, Donal’s Funeral Mass will take place privately in the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Cullen on Friday at 12 noon, followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. Messages of sympathy may be left HERE.

Magnificent “Movember Twelve” on Final Week of Fundraiser

We thank Coordinator supreme, Jimmy Murphy, for the much appreciated update on the wonderfully praiseworthy Movember Fundraising Project 2020.  (S.R.)   Jimmy writes:
“Hi Everyone. We’re heading into the final week and our St John’s 12 are like over- grown hedges 😁😁 In fairness they’re giving it a great try. Please try to support best you can it all helps. Just click on the link below.
Thanks to everyone and local businesses for support so far. It’s greatly appreciated. Oh and no truth in rumours that Local Chemists are sold out of beard growing cream. Our St John’s 12 would never use any growth enhancement 😁😁 Keep the great growing up lads!
Ye’re doing St John’s proud!   One may Donate Here…Support Greatly Appreciated.  Just click on the highlighted link above.”
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Millstreet Meals on Wheels service

The Millstreet Meals on Wheels service is available for anyone who needs it. 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. 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>

“Radio Treasures” On Air Tonight on CMS from 9.30 to 11.00

“Radio Treasures” is on air tonight (Tues., 24th Nov. 2020) on Cork Music Station from 9.30 to 11.00.   We feature our regular items with a splendid blend of uplifting songs and music… tonight we feature a selection of songs and music with lots of variety as well as lots of interesting musings and words of wisdom.   Included in tonight’s programme: 

  1.   Our 10pm feature tonight places focus on the Virtual Launch  of the hugely impressive Millstreet Community School App.  We chat with School Principal, Pól Ó Siodhcháin and Deputy Principal, Frances Moynihan.
  2. We chat about a fascinating collection of 1962 images relating to Kilcorney very kindly presented by Bernard Spain of Corbally in Limerick.
  3. We celebrate the Millstreet connection with Tipperary Star Footballer, Colin O’Riordan….and we listen to his inspiring after match interview at 9.45pm.
  4. We salute the new American President Elect and Vice President.
  5. We feature Alan Finn’s new magnificent musical collection with his Group.
  6. We hear some lesser known interesting facts about Ireland.
  7. We share Fr. Jim Kennelly’s A.L.T.A.R. approach to Prayer.
  8. We repeat highlights of the excellent interview between Donie Lucey and William Fitzgerald from last Thursday’s Show relating to three praiseworthy fundraisers.  (S.R.)
    All ready to begin the Autumn Vintage Car Run 2018 – From left: Patrick W. O’Leary, Louisville, Kentucky,USA; Ita Fitzgerald, Cullen; Donie Lucey, Derrinagree.

    Millstreet prepares for Christmas 2020.

[read more …] ““Radio Treasures” On Air Tonight on CMS from 9.30 to 11.00″

Eily’s Report – 24th November

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

The November wind is howling outside but still the little birds come and feast on the peanuts that I hang out for them at if it was calm and pleasant. It’s a well known saying that we are all built to meet our task in life and the little birds are a sure proof of that. Talking of meeting our challenges, with the end of the lockdown another week away, patience is wearing thin in a lot of people. Tempers are fraying and like the long distance runner  the finishing  line was never so much sought after. But there is always light at the end of the tunnel and the hope of a successful vaccine is enough to make us all try a little harder and make sure that we don’t lose the trophy for the want of that final push.   So keep on praying and keep on trying.

[read more …] “Eily’s Report – 24th November”

Kathleen Murphy (née Leader) The Island, Clonbanin

The death has occurred of Kathleen Murphy (née Leader), The Island, Clonbanin, Mallow, Cork. Peacefully in her 98th year, surrounded by her family, at Care Choice Nursing Home, Macroom. Beloved wife of the late Patrick, mother of the late Leonard, sister of the late Joan, Maureen and Leo. Deeply mourned by her sons Peter, Gerard and Don, her daughters Vaun and Helen, sister Sarah, brothers Donal and Sean, grandchildren, daughters-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.

Due to current government guidelines, a private family funeral Mass will take place on Wednesday in The Church of The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Derrinagree, at 1pm. Burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet.

Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu to St. Vincent de Paul. Messages of sympathy may be left on the RIP Condolence Page.

Tipperary’s Colin O’Riordan Shares Millstreet, Boherbue and Banteer Connections

We are most grateful to Joan Galwey of Kilkenny (née Corkery of Ballydaly, Millstreet) for alerting us to the fact that Tipperary Footballer supreme, Colin O’Riordan has direct connections with Millstreet, Boherbue and Banteer.  (S.R.)     Joan writes as follows:
“While the hopes of Cork football were dashed in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday, one Tipperary native who was crucial to Tipperary’s success has strong ancestral connections with Boherbue, Banteer and Millstreet. 
Colin O’ Riordan  played a key role in helping Tipperary win the Munster Championship for the first time in 85 years, and earned the respect of the nation in his post match interview (which we share below). As the surname O’ Riordan might suggest, some of his ancestors originated in  Co. Cork. Colin’s grandfather, Tim O’ Riordan, left Farrendoyle, Boherbue, as a young man and settled in Fethard. Both Tim O’ Riordan and his brother Michael O’ Riordan made Tipperary their home, but never forgot their Cork roots. He would have been a very proud grandfather on Sunday, had he lived to see his grandson return from playing AFL in Sydney, to play his part in this historic win for his adopted county.

Colin O’ Riordan’s g-g-grandmother was born in Coomlogane, Millstreet, about 1853. She was Julia Corkery, sister of Big Jerh, and she marrried James Twohig of Banteer in 1884. Their daughter, Ellen Twohig married Thomas O’ Riordan of Farrendoyle in 1918. Ellen and Thomas O’ Riordan had 11 children, and are both buried in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Millstreet.Colin’s gran-aunt, Julia, became a nun and was known as Sr. Agnes in Drishane Convent. Sr. Denise (Noreen) O’Riordan, was another gran-aunt of Colin O’ Riordan. Sr. Denise was a member of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word, Ohio, for 72 years and her passing earlier this year aged 87, marked the end of an era for that generation of the O’ Riordan family.  Congratulations and continued success to Colin, his parents Michael and Imelda, and the extended O’ Riordan family in Farrendoyle and Tipperary.”

Colin’s wonderfully inspiring words following the historic win by Tipperary on Sunday, 22nd Nov. 2020:

“I can’t put it into words. It’s an emotional day for me. A few weeks ago I didn’t think I’d be here and just to be out there with the lads giving it your all for the sake of Tipperary, I can’t put it into words.

It’s the best feeling I’ve had in many years. It just fills me with pride so much, I get emotional even thinking about it. To me, it’s one of the best days of my life…

We’ve put in stepping stones with Tipp for a long time. Obviously I wasn’t there for the last few years, playing with Sydney or whatever. To come back to the stepping stones that these boys have out in for the last five years since I’ve been away.

This isn’t about me. It isn’t about Colin O’Riordan coming out to give interviews, it’s about the boys out here. To me, it means so much to be able to put on the Tipp jersey. It’s something I will never take for granted, it’s something I’ll respect to the day I die, that I had the opportunity to wear the jersey.

It’s a massive opportunity for me. I just want to say that I’m extremely thankful to Sydney for giving me the opportunity to play this game.

They were 100 per cent within their rights to say no to me and refuse me permission to play. They had no problem. John Longmire and all these lads over there with the Sydney Swans are an incredible organisation.”  

[read more …] “Tipperary’s Colin O’Riordan Shares Millstreet, Boherbue and Banteer Connections”

Seáno Shares Important Information Relating to Captain Paddy McCarthy

We are most grateful to Seáno Murphy of Knocknagree and formerly of Mill Lane, Millstreet for sharing a very important memory and two historic images relevant to the recent Centenary Commemoration of the death of Captain Paddy McCarthy at Mill Lane on 22nd Nov. 1920.  Seáno writes:

“Seán, in keeping with your report on Paddy McCarthy’s death I have to mention the story my mother Katty Dineen told me about the night he was shot by the side of Lena and Agnes Dennehy’s house.   She (my mother) and her mother moved three doors down to Neily Hickey’s garage for safety.   Paddy’s body was brought down and laid in front of mother’s window where he died the following morning.   My mother had to wash away his blood from under the window.   I am sending two photos to illustrate the exact location of that very window where he died and also of the  back of Lena Dennehy’s house where he was shot.”

An image from the 1950s showing Seán Casey of Cloghoula taken in Mill Lane with Lena Dennehy’s house in the background outside which Captain Paddy McCarthy was shot. At that time the entrance to Mill Lane from Main Street was much narrower. Tap on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

Taken in 1947Seáno’s brothers – Jim and Frank outside their home in Mill Lane. It was by the window on the right where Captain Paddy McCarthy died one hundred years ago on 22nd Nov. 1920.

Millstreet Calendar 2021


Millstreet Community Council Ltd. would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who submitted photographs for the Millstreet 2021 calendar. We received 150 photographs, all of which deserved to be included. However, with the limited space available, only 20 could be selected.

A limited number of calendars are now available to purchase from the following outlets; Guerin’s Ballydaly, Herlihy’s Centra, O’Regan Mills, Wordsworth, Supervalu, Coleman’s Centra & Dairygold Co-op at a cost of €7.

The organisation nominated to benefit from the proceeds this year is the Canon O’Donovan Centre, (Meals on Wheels Service) Clara Road, Millstreet.

The calendar will make an ideal Christmas gift for family & friends, at home & abroad.