Millstreet in the News – 7th Nov 2015

Twinning group celebrates 30th anniversary – Millstreet has maintained strong links with Pommerit le Vicomte in a highly successful twinning over the past 30 years and three decades of involvement will be celebrated at a function in the Wallis Arms Hotel on this Saturday night (7th Nov)

Self Build Show returns to Green Glens this weekend – The Millstreet Self Build Show returns to the Green Glens Complex this Saturday and Sunday featuring new products and technologies to enable and promote sustainable building practices throughout Ireland (7th Nov)

A life less ordinary: Spending time with the last Irish missionary nun in Japan – A documentary film is being made of Sr. Paschal, an IJS of Drishane (7th Nov)

Community News from Kilcorney, Dromtarriffe and surrounds (7th Nov)

Boxers Square up for Big Apple Firemen – a preview of the big boxing night in Macroom (7th Nov)

Railway Station is Munster’s Best – A public vote has selected Millstreet as Munster’s top railway station. (7th Nov)

Trek from Blackwater source captures its spirit – Walking the Munster Blackwater by Jim O’Malley also deals with the history, geology and wildlife of the river and hears from those who make a living on the waterway… (3rd Nov)

Dromtariffe’s active retired in the fast lane – Duhallow may well have the highest ageing population in the country, but that doesn’t mean the brakes will be slammed on the zest for life any time soon (30th Oct)

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