Tonight’s “Radio Treasures” features a special report on the construction of the Boeing Crossing Bridge. We include our “Fascinating Facts” feature. And we feature J.D. Kelleher’s superb song “Give me Light”. And lots more great music. Feel welcome to text the programme or send a message to the “Seán Radley” Facebook Page. To access just log into www.corkmusicstation.com . Happy Listening! (S.R.)
The Millstreet Community School Senior Soccer team won their third game in the John Murphy Senior Cup competition for under 19 boys. They played their latest game away against Castleisland Community College and won 6-1. Playing conditions were very difficult but this didn’t prevent the team putting on a fine controlled display. Goals scorers were Billy Cronin (a hat trick), Padraig Moynihan, Thomas Walsh and Dylan O’Leary, but it was another great team effort all round.
Millstreet Christmas Market will be held in the GAA hall on 29th November from 12-5pm. We’re squashing it all in to 1 day this year. We have a huge number of new stands with loads of choice for crafts, foods, fashion (all stands are booked out).
Celebrate Entertainment are also hosting a Holly Jolly Christmas Party on the day – be sure to bookas places for this are limited and have to be pre-booked (details on the poster below)
For further information contact: Nicola at <email>
History was made this morning, as the long awaited bridge over the Blackwater was put in place at Dooneen. Yesterday placement of the span of the bridge (made up of three concrete sections, each 26m in length) met with a blip as strong winds prevented the 360 ton crane from placing the concrete slabs on the previously prepared abutments.
Below are a photos by Michelle of the bridge being put in place, and also a number of photos from around the site yesterday. She was one of a small crowd who had gathered to see this historic link put in place.
The Annual Self-Build Exhibition was a great success in the comfort of the Green Glens over the weekend. The increased attendance showing an improvement in the economy, and faith in the future by the public.
The next event at the Green Glens will be the Annual Machinery Show in January 2016.
The long awaited bridge over the Blackwater at Dooneen met with a blip yesterday Monday when strong winds prevented the 360 ton crane from placing the concrete slabs from being placed on the prepared base. There are three slabs in all each measuring 26 meters in length. From now on the answer is blowing in the wind and as soon as it dies down the mammoth task will be resumed, Le Cúnamh Dé.