Black Setter Labrador Cross gone missing near St Johns Well (GLAD TO REPORT THE DOG HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE AND WELL)



Our dog ran off at St Johns well around 5pm this Evening Monday Jan 29th and we’ve been searching for him but to no avail.He’s a super friendly Goofy We,chipped and neutered.His name is Buster,if anyone has seen or heard anything about a Black Dog running around St Johns Well or the adjoining Area earlier please Contact (086) 9197790.

“Radio Treasures” Tonight from 9:30 to 11:00 Features Millstreet Vintage Club

Our 10pm interview tonight on Cork Music Station will focus on Millstreet Vintage Club’s most recent very successful Event in aid of Cork Simon Community – we chat with Chairman of MVC Donie Lucey, Secretary of MVC Dan O’Riordan as well as Pat Bucke and we meet with enthusiast Declan Ryan whose suggestion of Cork Simon Community being chosen as the Group for which the uplifting fundraising was held.  And we interview Jason, Eric and Martina from the superb Castlemartyr Vintage Club.   Also in tonight’s “Radio Treasures” we include musings, music and songs galore.  And we chat about the many items illustrated below.   Click on the images to enlarge.  Feel most welcome to make contact by logging into our “Seán Radley” Facebook chat page or by texting 086 825 0074.  One may also email us on millstreetmuseum – Happy Listening! [read more …] ““Radio Treasures” Tonight from 9:30 to 11:00 Features Millstreet Vintage Club”

Corkery’s Bar Annual St. Stephen’s Day Quiz – Thank You

Corkery’s bar would like to thank everyone who took part in this years quiz. A total of €1,000 was raised which has been split between Millstreet Hospital and Millstreet Day Care Centre. A big thanks to Bernard Murphy & family members and to Mark Neville for running the quiz. A big thanks as well to Sean Radley for taking great pictures on the day. [photos]

Eily’s Report 29th January

Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.

The month of January is ending in a flurry of group socials, A.G.M.’s and fundraisers for good causes and it looks like the month of February is about to start  on the same theme. The A.G.M. of our Community Council will be held at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Tuesday February 12th, starting at 8pm sharp.  New members welcome.

Last Tuesday nights meeting  of the Community Council was attended by representatives from the Men’s Shed and the Active Retired Group who are in the process of installing a Bowls Rick in the town. To start them off  the Council presented them with a cheque for  €1,500.  It will be a first for Millstreet and the organisers are inviting opinions and advise from the public to help them on their way.  Contact Bertie at 087 6793841. Or Kit at 087 2989450

The annual Church Gate Collection in aid of The Day Care Centre will be held this weekend February 2/3 rd. Please support it well. And be reminded of all the great services that the Centre has to offer every day. Meals in or delivered, nursing care, physiotherapy, entertainment, to name just a few. Please give them a call at 029 70926 for full details of their wonderful services.  [read more …] “Eily’s Report 29th January”

John Martyn at Millstreet Music Festival

John Martyn was one of the acts that played at the Millstreet Music Fair in 1996:

As anyone familiar with his story will attest, Martyn was, and is, not only one of the finest British singer-songwriter/guitarists of the last 30 years but is also known to be a renowned consumer of fine liquor. Indeed, the last time yours truly set eyes upon him, he was propping up the bar at the Millstreet Music Fair, a rapidly-emptying bottle of Jack Daniels in his hand. Needless to say, this comes as a bit of a revelation to him! “I can’t say I remember that one too clearly,” he laughs, down the phone line from somewhere in the north of England. “It was a good gig, though, I do remember that much.”Hot Press (2009)

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