Please Vote for EPS in the 2015 SEAI Leadership Award Requests Declan

Declan O'Riordan (on left) requests votes for
Declan O’Riordan (on left) requests votes for EPS.  Click on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

In the last 2 years, we in EPS Group in collaboration with SEAI ( Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland) have provided substantial funding to Communities and Voluntary organisations around Ireland. Locally in Millstreet town, the secondary school received new boilers and the Millstreet Creche received a new boiler, insulation & lighting upgrades to the value of €70,000 approx. Our aim is to do more of this nationally and to assist in making our communities more sustainable in the future. In the Duhallow area over €250,000 of financial support has been given out by us to worthy groups.

See below poster on exact values.

People can vote with as many emails as you like and include the following steps.

Steps to Vote:

  1. Click on the Link below
  2. Vote EPS #1 and select #2/#3 Votes
  3. Enter your Email
  4. You will be sent a confirmation email then so simply click on the link to confirm

Kind Regards,
Declan O Riordan
EPS Group Energy Manager

Click Here to Vote for EPS

IMPORTANT: In order to complete the voting process, you will receive an email after voting asking you to click on a link to verify your email address. Please do not forget to click on this link as your vote will not be counted otherwise. Thank you.

Millstreet CS Thirty Years Reunion

Our Class of 1980 – 1985 (Leaving Cert) are celebrating 30 years anniversary this year. We would like to catch up with all our fellow pupils who began Millstreet Community School in 1980 and/or sat their Leaving Cert in 1985 and were a student with us in any of the years in between.
We have booked the Wallis Arms Hotel in Millstreet on Monday December 28th for this reunion.

We can be contacted:

Over the next few weeks we will try and get in contact with as many past pupils us as we can.
1980 Class 1Z at Millstreet Community School [read more …] “Millstreet CS Thirty Years Reunion”

Eilys Weekly Update – 27th October


Eily’s Weekly Update

The annual Pony Show was held at the Green Glens for three days at the weekend and as many as four thousand entries took part, with in excess of a thousand ponies performing each day.  Competitions were held both in out of doors with as many as six arenas going at any one time.

Events at the Green Glens are very important to the life of Millstreet, with many services doing extra business as a result. There is always much demand for accommodation and with the future looking bright, and busy ,more people may decide to let a room or two. The office at the Green Glens (029 70800) is always glad to get more names to add to their list.

Next year the World-Class, Green Glens/Drishane Complex is in line for world class events. So keep an eye out.


The next event is the annual Self-Build Exhibition which will be held at the Green Glens on the weekend of November 8th.

Pictures on our Web show the progress on the Bridge over the Blackwater at Dooneen advancing well.

The main organiser of the Bearra/Brefni Way  from Castletownbere wants it made known that the input of our own local TD Aine Collins played a big part in securing the funding for the project. Just to give merit where merit is due.

The change of time over the weekend and the rain brought the dark evenings in with a bang. Road users are advised to be extra vigellent as the sudden change sinks in, especially around schools, school buses, farm  or other business entrences, etc.

[read more …] “Eilys Weekly Update – 27th October”