Millstreet Pictorial Updates Monday 29th June 2020

As we enter the next phase of the easing of COVID-19 Restrictions we reflect on life in Millstreet on this historic Monday when many businesses reopen.  And we are all so relieved that Hair Salons and Barber Shops will be according a royal welcome from this day!  We share a selection of images illustrating uplifting signs for the future.   Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Sheila and Frank enjoy the wonderful sunshine while relaxing on the very impressive street seating.

Tom Flahive on behalf of Millstreet GAA superbly coordinated the hugely successful Clothes Collection in Millstreet GAA Community Hall from 9am to 2pm on Saturday.
Tom Flahive meets just two of the very many people who kindly delivered bags of clothes to Millstreet GAA Hall.

We’re presently preparing a full feature on the splendid Graduation ceremony which took place at Presentation N.S., Millstreet last week. A full feature will also appear on the “Corkman”.
Providing the wonderful liturgical music and hymns for our religious broadcasts on Cork Music Station during the entire COVID-19 lockdown period. From left: Deirdre Tracey, Edel and Barry Fraser. Deirdre played the organ while Edel and Barry recorded by phone the many members of Millstreet Church Choir….blending the singing of all into a perfect recording.
Monday, 29th June 2020 – the day on which the first congregation of fifty people will attend 10am Mass at St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet….following the easing of COVID-19 Restrictions.
The Bumbleance Go Fund Me Project is close on €1,300.00. The target is €1,500.00 and the fundraising is open until 12 midnight on this Tuesday, 30th June 2020. To support the very praiseworthy cause just log on to Bumbleance and then follow instructions on how to donate. Coordinators William and Ita Fitzgerald are most grateful for the generosity already shown by many people.   Pictured above is William Fitzgerald and son John.

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