A family from Ukraine (me and husband and a little hamster) will rent housing according to the program, are ready to make partial repairs, and are ready to pay a little extra. Interested in Millstreet as we have a job here.
Valeriia Marchenko works as a kitchen worker at the Green Glens Arena. my number is 087 7194654 my husband Alexander Korotkov works as a welder at Duggan Steel in Millstreet phone number +353 (87) 372 1087
Cash Returns Show takes to the stage in Memory of John Mulcahy a local Millstreet man
This event is a fundraiser for The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association and
Marymount University Hospice
Venue: The Arches Marquee Mallow
Date: Friday the 13th of October 2023
Doors open at 8.00pm Show Starts at
Tickets on Sale in Mulcahy’s Pharmacy Millstreet
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a cáirde and welcome to my Report.
The recent development at the Boeing was further enhanced at the weekend when a special plaque and seat were added in memory of the popular late Eileen O’Riordan, Dromsicane beloved wife of Francie, whose first anniversary occurred recently. Eileen was not a native of Millstreet, but she endeared herself to many during her all too short time here. Following the 11.30 Mass at which she was remembered and prayed for her family and friends made their way to the historic crossing of the Blackwater known at the Boeing. In advance of the day, her friends and neighbours had constructed and Rest Area overlooking the gentle and often raging waters of the Blackwater River. The memorial plaque reads ,”Sit for a while and remember her smile, Gone but not forgotten.” Eileen O’Riordan and there it remains for us all to use and enjoy. The perfect place where you can go alone or in company. I went there one day when it was still in the development stage and sat on the only seat that was there at the time. Listening to the gentle flow of the water admiring the overhanging branches dipping their toes and dancing to it’s movement a place of tranquillity and peace. Gives the mind an opportunity to slip away from the affairs of modern life. I am yet to see the new development, but I can see it as a place where people like myself and my equals can go there for picnics singing sessions or of course to pray. But not just for the likes of me but for everyone to savour in their own way.
Did you know that over half a million Halloween Costumes are thrown away every year in Ireland?! Most end up in landfill. This year Millstreet Primary Schools Parents Association are organising an Eeek-o-friendly Halloween Costume Shop – but we need your donations!
We are looking for children to donate their old costumes over the coming weeks & the Parents Association will host a Halloween Costume Shop in Millstreet GAA Hall on:
Wednesday 11th October from 2pm – 4pm. All costumes will be priced at €3 or €5.
Costume Donations can be brought in to Millstreet BNS or Millstreet Presentation NS up to Friday 6th October & the MPSPA will take it from there!
All proceeds will go directly to Millstreet Primary Schools Parents Association
Firewood for sale
Call or text 086 609 2051
Some availability for delivery this evening of firewood
€60 a tonne bag free delivery in Millstreet
Contact – 085 259 2049
The Millstreet Meals on Wheels service is available for the elderly & isolated in the Millstreet catchment area. 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. Coeliac dinners & desserts available also. 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 info@ millstreetdaycentre.ie
The road is flooded near the Shamrock bridge in Ballydaly.
The Glebe is impassable due to the current weather conditions
Looking for a Childminder from January 24
We are currently looking for a child minder in our own home in Millstreet for two children.
One is going to preschool. Drop offs not required. 4 days per week Monday to Thursday .
Full time hours on these days or alternatively part time hours in afternoons.
Contact – 085 767 8188
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a cáirde and welcome to my Report.
You always appreciate the good day better if it comes after a bad day. That goes for lots of things in life and indeed it also goes with the weather. This lovely warm sunny Monday is so welcome following the wet, dreary, weekend. We didn’t expect this gift of sunshine and when it came you want to do a million things that you have lined up in anticipation of it. I didn’t think I’d spend so long working in my garden today but as we all know that if you have a few minutes work to do out of doors it usually takes much longer than you planned. You don’t count the cost if you can get the thing finished. I’m very pleased with myself, having ventured off out into my patch to catch up with some things that have driven be almost to despair for weeks. Looking out at them in the rain. By now I’m sure you appreciate the love that I have for my beloved Phormiums. Above everything else in the garden they give the best service. Stormy wet days are no bother to them, as they’re lashed this way and that. Their ribbon-like foliage effortlessly twisting and turning and flapping. The punishment of the elements doesn’t even show when the calm returns again, while others fall flat and damaged. Needless to say they do need a little TLC. now and then and today was my opportunity to let them know how much I care. Pampas grass and Phormiums are related I’d say and have to be treated in a different way to other garden dwellers. Some of my friends wait for the dry spell to set fire to them, the flames reaching down to burn away all the dry matter ,to make room for the new growth and it works very well for them. But in my situation, a blazing inferno on the edge of a very busy road would not be very practical to put it mildly, further to that where do you go for a dry spell. Anyway I made no delay in attacking the task by hand in the brilliant sunshine and pulled away all the dead matter to give the new growth every chance of surviving. I‘m very proud of the finished article. To see my plants all cleaned up and the roots devoid of the mucky debris. They can breathe now again and are open to the lovely sunny day. Buíochas le Dia.
I’m urgently looking for 3-4 bed apartment in the Millstreet, Rathcoole area please.
Contact – 087 214 6289
We’ll be hitting the stage at “The Marquee in the Arches” in Mallow on Friday the 13th October.
In memory of the late John Mulcahy, proceeds will go to Irish Motor Neuron Disease Association and Maymount Hospice.
Most recent drone footage of the N22 Ballyvourney and Macroom bypass. Flying west to east during mid September 2023, this clip is focused on the area just over Mullach an Ois and flys from the western tie in at Sliabh Riabhach, bypassing Ballyvourney village and eastward to meet the recently opened section at the Tonn Láin junction immediately east of Ballyvourney village.
Road signage, sound barriers along with road surfaces suggest the near completed state of construction as they aim on next month opening.
This 6-7km section of the new road includes
The big cut at Sliabh Riabhach, over 30m deep and nearly 1km long;
The largest structure along the entire new road, the 120m bridge over both Abha na Biochaille and the mountain road to Millstreet;
2 pedestrian underpasses including the Beara/Brefni way
2 over bridges and multiple underpasses
50 YEARS AGO TODAY
A day that will never be forgotten all of 50 years ago is recalled from the 23rd September in 1973 when Cork bridged a 28 year gap to win the All Ireland Senior Football Championship when overcoming Galway 3-17 to 2-13 in Croke Park
A proud day for Millstreet GAA Club with four players on the starting team through the involvement of Denny Long, John Coleman and the late Connie Hartnett and Humphrey Kelleher. During that season’s Championship campaign, the late Tommy Kelleher was a substitute in the Munster Final while Fr. Jim Kennelly was selected as a substitute on two occasions.
The scenes at the final whistle, the journey home to Leeside, the reception in Millstreet to greet a remarkable team will always remain as fond memories. Approximately 5,000 people thronged Millstreet on the following Wednesday night, when the Cork team were guests of Millstreet GAA.
The occasion sparked massive celebrations, red and white flags along with buntings decorated the streets. After a meal in the Wallis Arms Hotel, the team boarded a truck at Church Street for the parade fronted by Millstreet and Newmarket Pipe Bands.
Members of the club’s Under 12 and Under 14 teams formed a guard of honour and a party with blazing torches flanked the truck. Speeches were made in the Town Square and festivities continued into the small hours.
To mark the 50th anniversary, the surviving members of the panel and family representatives of the deceased members have attended functions in both Pairc Ui Chaoimh and Croke Park over recent months.
We wish continued good health to all the team members and remember those who are no longer with us.
Thanks for the memories that will always be savoured by all involved in Millstreet GAA.
Original Ticket from 1973 All Ireland Football Final
1973 Team being honoured at Croke Park in July 2023
Members of the 1973 team participating in Millstreet Golf Classic in 2021