Steven Lyons, Cian Mccaul and Kieran Duggan we are TY students in Millstreet Community School.We are qualified to the finals of BT Young Scientist exhibition up in Dublin and we would appreciate it if you could share the survey we have attached below to a webiste…The link will take you straight to the online survey.We would also like some opinions that you have on our survey.Thanks!
!Information about our survey is at the top of the survey!
Our names are Caoimhe O Mahony, Holly Saunders and Rebecca O Sullivan and we are trying to collect data for our BT Young Scientist Project which is titled –
“A statistical analysis into whether modern farming practices are a deterrent to the dung beetle and its ability to positively effect Irish agriculture”.
We would really appreciate if FARMERS over the age of 21 could please complete this survey. It will only take 2 minutes.
If you don’t fit in this category, we would really appreciate if you would share it.
This weekend the Parents Association are back with our annual Millstreet Church Gate Collection and would kindly appreciate any support you can give.
We are endeavouring to raise further funds for both Millstreet Primary Schools and will be collecting outside 6.15pm Mass this Saturday, and 11.30am Mass on Sunday.
For those in our community who won’t be about this weekend but would also like to contribute, we have set up an iDonate account which we will keep open for a couple of weeks. Here is the link….Many thanks MPSPA
Alan Gajkowski and Hugh Keane are TY students at Millstreet Community School.
They are working on a BT Young Scientist Project, to establish potential suitable locations for Anaerobic Digesters in the Republic of Ireland.
They would appreciate it if you could complete this short online survey to further their research.
Millstreet students going on Pilgrimage to Lourdes as helpers at Easter 2023
Following a gap of three years, the Irish Pilgrimage Trust are finally able to hold their pilgrimage to Lourdes at Easter 2023. The other great news is that two 5th year students from Millstreet Community School will be going along as helpers with Group 126. They are Holly Dunne and Rachel Dineen.
The tradition of students from MCS going to Lourdes as helpers with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust goes back ten years or so, but the COVID pandemic brought things to a halt just a month before the 2020 trip was due to take place.
As was the case in the past, the aim is to cover accommodation and travel costs for the two students (€790/person) with all extra funds being passed onto Group 126 (who the girls will be travelling with). Each group is meant to raise the funds to cover the costs of all the young people with special needs who travel with them to Lourdes.
The first fundraising event are two bake sales which will take place in the Millstreet Parish Centre on Saturday 17th December after the 6.15pm Mass and on Sunday 18th December after the 11.30am Mass. Your support for these events would be gratefully appreciated.
Hi, my name is Bláithín Dennehy and I am a student in Transition Year in Millstreet Community School.
Myself and Aoife Casey are doing project on “ Will turning off a light save a fight” and have qualified for BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.
We aim to investigate whether conserving energy could be a potential cause of conflict within the household and between communities. We want to identify the conflicts between households and communities. Once identified, we will then aim to solve how to reduce this conflict and the impacts it may have.
Bláithín and Aoife.
Follow this LINK to participate in the survey
Brídelle Cronin, Millstreet, Co Cork on the Main Quadrangle in UCC after graduating with a First Class Honours Master of Pharmacy degree.
The Primary Schools’ Parents’ Association would like to invite the children to attend a Spooktacular Afternoon in the GAA Hall on Monday 31st October from 4PM until 6PM (Costumes optional), please note a parent or guardian must accompany the child. Entry is €5 per child.
There will be some great Raffle and Game Prizes at the event, so have a Spooktacular Afternoon….
Millstreet Primary Schools’ Parents’ Association
The Primary Schools’ Parents’ Association would like to invite the children to attend a Spooktacular Afternoon in the GAA Hall on the 31st October from 4PM until 6PM (Costumes optional), please note a parent or guardian must accompany the child. Entry is €5 per child.
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Jamie O’Sullivan, Stephen Hogan and Doireann Twomey looking very happy on their fist day at school. Pictured on their first day at school with all their school mates and teachers looking very smart in their new uniforms.
Congratulations and best wishes to this wonderful group of girls on their recent graduation from Presentation N.S
Read more on their website
We would like to advise the community that Scoil Mhuire, Boys National School, Millstreet are hosting their annual fundraising event
“Move-a-thon” in the Town Park on Wednesday 22nd June 2022.
The event will commence at 12 midday until 3pm.
MILLSTREET MOTHER AND BABY GROUP
Meet every Thursday morning in Millstreet Parish Centre (next to Church)
Between 11.00 & 12 noon
All welcome – no booking necessary
For babies up to 12 months
UPCOMING DATE TO NOTE:
Thursday 16th June
We will have a make-up artist who will give tips on “10 minute make-up for busy mums”
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have supported us in the setting up and promotion of this group:
Coleman’s Millstreet for providing refreshments on our opening day.
McCaul’s for the beautiful rug allowing our babies to enjoy floor time while their mums chat.
Capabu for the Diffuser which provides a welcoming atmosphere for the mums when they arrive.
Sharon Lane in the Parish Office for her unwavering help, support and patience.
Millstreet.ie for promoting our group on your website.
And last but not least, the gorgeous mums and babies who turn up week after week and make the group what it is.
For enquiries please contact Maureen Murphy (087) 3963910
Millstreet Day Centre is looking for MUSICIANS to start volunteering at the Day Centre. We had some beautiful music in the Centre last week during our monthly mass & the clients & residents absolutely loved it so we are trying to get some regular musicians to come play! If you have an hour to spare Mon to Thurs at 11.00am or 2.00pm – any type of music or singing would be hugely welcomed!! If you have the time or know someone that does please get in touch with the Centre on (029) 70926 or <email>
I’m so excited to announce my next Live is on Saturday April 16th at 4pm. Leah Buckley is a qualified pharmacist and will chat about her school life, college, training and career. I’m so excited to chat to her. This will be of particular interest to anyone thinking of studying and becoming a pharmacist. Please join us on Instagram @northcorkcounselling this Saturday. Feel free to DM via Instagram ( @northcorkcounselling) me if you have any questions for Leah.
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Starting on Thursday 7th April in the Parish Centre, Millstreet (ground floor) at 11.00a.m.
It will be facilitated by Public Health Nurses, Maureen Murphy & Margaret Birthley.
All mothers and babies up to age of 1 are welcome.
Further details from Maureen (087) 3963910.