Plans for the new Childrens Playground

Millstreet  Town Park Committee are pleased to share below the proposed plans for our next project a full refurbishment of our children’s playground (last overhauled over 25 years  ago) for the benefit of our  growing population of under twelves.

We want to bring our playground in line with the rest of our fantastic amenity and make it a fun, healthy, inclusive and safe place for all our little people.  This upgrade is set to cost approximately €120,000.   On average our yearly income for the total running of the   Town Park grounds is €15,000 (Local Lotto and club subs) with annual recurring costs of a minimum of €8000, on insurance, gym equipment maintenance and machine repair alone.

We have secured a grant of €14,000 from  Cork County Council, subject to completion of  the works, and are making progress on further funding.  However, we still face a significant shortfall.  We are therefore calling on all “Sraiders”, past and present, at home and away and all users of our fantastic Town Park,  to dig deep and make whatever financial contribution you can to support this  project.


If you wish to make a contribution you may:
(i) lodge directly online to Millstreet Town Park Committee back account at IBAN: IE61 BOFI 9058 0332 1050 69, BIC:BOFIIE2D, or
(ii) send a cheque payable to ” Millstreet Town Park Committee” care of FÁS Offices, Millstreet Community Gym,  Millstreet.

We will also shortly be appealing to the local businesses  in Millstreet for assistance with the financing of this project.  With help from right across our community we hope to get this refurbishment underway.

If you wish to confirm your contribution and  share your story of growing  up down the Lawn we would be delighted to hear from you at  <>

Finally, without  the  additional financial support from you,  the  people of Millstreet, we fear for the future viability of the playground in its current condition for the children of Millstreet – the future of our community.

Thank you
Millstreet Town Park Committee
Chairman Denis  Twomey, Secretary Denis Hickey, Treasurer Geraldine O’Leary

Shop windows decorated for the European Mounted Games

The European Mounted Games Championships shop window decorations competition

Thank you to all business and residential houses that decorated  their windows,  winners will be announced on Friday. Great to see the community welcoming all the different countries to Millstreet.

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New Self-Catering Apartment

Newly constructed self-catering two bedroom apartment sleeping seven, on large garden and stables {if required} with Panoramic views of the Boggeragh Mountains. Situated on the Duhallow Way Walking Trail close to the famous Coomeenatrush Lake, Mount Hilary bike and walking trail. 2km from Green Glens Equestrian Centre, Millstreet Town and train station. 20 mins from Killarney, Mallow, Macroom, The National Rowing Centre. 1 hour from Cork city. All mod-cons, fully equipped kitchen, satellite television, dog and horse friendly.

Contact Neil 00353872727759 <email>

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Conor named at #2 for U20 Munster Semi

Good luck to Conor O’Callaghan who starts at #2 for Cork against Clare in the Munster U20 Hurling Semi Final

Final Score: Cork 0-24 Clare: 0-15

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Planning Permission for Millstreet Community Hospital Extension Gets the Green Light

Planning permission has been approved for the second phase of refurbishment and extension works at St. Joseph’s Community Hospital Millstreet. The planning application was submitted to Cork County Council in February, following the completion of the first phase of works in 2018.

Permission includes the construction of a single-storey extension to the existing hospital, consisting of 11 ensuite bedrooms, dining room, kitchen store and changing facilities, new extended day rooms, toilets and assisted bathrooms, administration offices, relocated staff changing facilities, laundry room, plant room, meter room, new link corridor, and secure garden courtyard.  Permission has also been granted for the demolition of several structures within the grounds, including two existing single-storey rear extensions, part of a rear kitchen extension, garden wall to the rear of the site and roadside wall to the front of the building.  [read more …] “Planning Permission for Millstreet Community Hospital Extension Gets the Green Light”