Angela Collins O’Mahony “Steeplejill” Book Launch at Green Glens on Sat. 19th Nov. 2016 at 7.30 pm

On Saturday, 19th Nov. 2016 Noel C. Duggan will officially launch Angela Collins O’Mahony’s superb Book “Steeplejill” at the Coach Restaurant in Green Glens, Millstreet at 7:30 pm.  Everyone is welcome to attend this special occasion where one will get an opportunity to purchase a signed copy of the fascinating publication.   Angela is of course married to John O’Mahony of Cloghoulabeg, Millstreet and recently visited Millstreet where she received a wonderful tour of Green Glens and Drishane from Noel C..  She also met many other people during her October visit.  A contribution based on book sales on the occasion will later be presented to the Millstreet Church Fund.  The programme for the upcoming special Millstreet Book Launch is as follows:

7:30pm:   Piper from Millstreet Pipe Band will welcome All on arrival.

7:40pm:   Members of Millstreet Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann will perform traditional music.

8:00pm:   Official Launch by Noel C. Duggan followed by Address by Author Angela Collins O’Mahony.

8:30pm:   Continuation of Musical Presentation by members of Millstreet CCÉ during which Light Refreshments will be served.

Angela with Noel C. at Green Glens in October 2016.
Angela with Noel C. at Green Glens in October 2016.



On “Radio Treasures” on Tues. 15th Nov. 2016 at 10pm we featured an interview with Angela.  The online radio programme may be accessed on We now share some further images and look forward to meeting with all on Sat. 19th Nov. at 7:30pm.  Click on the images above and below to enlarge.  (S.R.)10preparing-for-angelas-millstreet-book-launch-2016-10009preparing-for-angelas-millstreet-book-launch-2016-10006preparing-for-angelas-millstreet-book-launch-2016-10004preparing-for-angelas-millstreet-book-launch-2016-10003preparing-for-angelas-millstreet-book-launch-2016-1000

Angela was interviewed by RTÉ TV in 1971. We have uploaded it to a separate article here

‘Steeplejill’ Angela tells how she really did scale the heights … (the Corkman)

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