“Dear Wonderfully Supportive Friends we’ve reached our Final Update of our phenomenally successful GoFundMe Campaign in aid of Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Community Website. Our Grand Total of €6,534.84 (after fees) in the GoFundMe Project is absolutely magnificent and very much beyond our expectations. We wish to extend our most sincere thanks to the many people who have so very kindly supported this Project and who have been so hugely encouraging not only with their greatly appreciated Donations but also by their superbly uplifting comments. We also wish to thank the GoFundMe Team especially Ida for their professional guidance and assistance. This tremendous response to our Project will cover our ongoing costs and will also allow for important developments at the Museum and on the Website that up to now could not have become a reality. In addition to our GoFundMe total we have also received separate Donations from very generous Local Organisations, Businesses and Individuals reaching €2,908.00. When added to our GoFundMe total – the overall Grand Total is a hugely impressive €9,442.84. To everyone who has been so very generous, supportive and encouraging on this wonderful GoFundMe platform – heartfelt sincere thanks. As we say in Irish “Míle, míle buíochas” – a thousand, thousand thanks. As we shall shortly be deleting this GoFundMe Project we extend very best wishes to everyone. Your amazing generosity and tremendous support is greatly appreciated. Sincerely – Seán Radley, Curator, Millstreet Museum and Member of Millstreet Website.”
My dog Buddy is missing since last Friday the 14th of August he’s a black and white Sheepdog 9 years old have since a puppy absolutely heartbreaking we can’t find buddy anywhere please keep a look out for him just in case. Rathmore/Barraduff area but he could have gone cross-country during the thunderstorms recently.
Contact – 087 9876250
Photographer supreme, Valerie O’Sullivan recently visited Tubrid Holy Well where she captured a wonderful selection of images one of which features on the front page of this week’s “Irish Catholic” national newspaper (20th Aug. 2020). Also included is a photographic feature within the popular weekly newspaper. Valerie’s images oftentimes appear on booklets, calendars etc. within the Diocese of Kerry and far beyond….as well as on national and international newspapers. It was Valerie who took the world famous picture of the laughing Queen Elizabeth with Pat O’Connell at Cork’s English Market. Pat Breen who coordinates the distribution of the Catholic Papers here in Millstreet Parish indicates that extra copies of the “Irish Catholic” will soon be available in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. For just €2.00 we encourage you to obtain your own copy with its local relevance this week. Many thanks to Fr. Paddy, to Mary and to Pat for alerting us to the special Tubrid feature. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
O’ Flynn Medical Ltd is a national supplier of medical equipment to hospitals and nursing homes throughout Ireland. The company promotes a continuous drive for quality and customer satisfaction.
We are currently seeking applications for the role of SERVICE ENGINEER to work primarily at our headquarters in Macroom, Co Cork.
The successful applicant must have:
- A suitable electrical, instrumentation or mechanical qualification
- 5+ years of experience in a similar role
- Be energetic and dynamic with excellent interpersonal and communication skills to operate well with both internal and external customers.
- Excellent level of attention to detail and accuracy
- Carry out the execution of the preventative maintenance routines and repair of all medical equipment
- Troubleshoot equipment problems and equipment failures to determine root cause and instigate repair using the latest lean tools and techniques.
- Provide reactive and preventive maintenance to all decontamination equipment while also identifying the root causes of problems and suggesting process improvements for long term solutions
- Execute and update as appropriate the existing preventative maintenance programme, in order to minimise downtime and optimise plant performance.
- Ensure that comprehensive maintenance documentation exists for each equipment item & that it is filed in an organised & legible manner.
- Develop critical spares list for the equipment & ensure that critical spares are in stock or are readily available at all times. Ensure that an effective programme is then maintained.
To all our Club Members and Friends we hope you are all keeping well in these sometimes difficult and challenging times we are living in,because of the still ongoing Current Covid 19 Situation and all the uncertainty that it brings in trying to organise Events/Gatherings etc and most importantly in the Interest of Health and Safety for all Millsteet Vintage Club Members,Friends and the General Public the following Club Activities will not be taking place,these are as follows,
Autumn Charity Car Run on Sunday Sept 6th,
Cart Carriganima Charity Tractor Run on Sunday Sept 20th,
These decisions were not taken lightly on what should be a great Year of 10th Anniversary Celebrations for Millstreet Vintage Club and we apologise to all our Club Members and Supporters for this but Safety is our Number 1 priority for Everybody and we look forward to getting back on the Road with Club Activities in the very near Future,Take Care and Stay Safe Everyone.
Anna Hartnett, Clara Road, Millstreet
20th August 2019
Acknowledgement and First Anniversary
On this, the First Anniversary of Anna’s death, her daughter Gráinne and sons Ben and Conor, would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks to our extended family and all who sympathised with us and supported us through our sad loss. We would like to thank our relations, neighbours and friends for their kindness and support; all those who attended the Rosary, Removal, Funeral and sent Mass cards, letters of sympathy and flowers. A special thanks to all the staff of the Renal ward at Cork University Hospital and to Dr. Pat Casey for the wonderful care given during Anna’s illness. Our sincere thanks to Fr. James McSweeney, Fr. Tom Looney, Fr Jack Fitzgerald and all the priests who concelebrated the Funeral Mass and a final thanks to Tarrant’s Funeral Home. Please accept this acknowledgement as a token of our deepest appreciation. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions.
Kitten wearing a collar found on the road Millstreet-Rylane . Please share!
The death has occurred of Sr. Martha (Mary) Hickey, Beech Lodge Nursing Home, Bruree, Limerick / Ballingarry, Limerick / Millstreet, Cork. Sr. Martha (Mary) Hickey, Drishane, Millstreet, Co. Cork and formerly Ballybiggane, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick, August 18th 2020. Very peacefully in her 104th year, in the tender and loving care of the Matron and staff of Beech Lodge Nursing Home, Bruree. Pre-deceased by her brothers Jim, Maurice, Tadhg, Sean and her sisters Sheila, Bridie and Monica. Very deeply regretted by the Infant Jesus Sisters (Drishane) and her community at St. Joseph’s, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, great-grandnephews, great-grandnieces of the Maloney, Keane and Hickey families. May She Rest in Peace. [rip]
In compliance with current guidelines, Sr. Martha’s funeral will be confined to family and close friends. Reposing at Daffy’s Funeral Home, Kilmallock, this Wednesday evening from 6 pm followed by evening prayer at 7 pm. Funeral arriving Thursday for 12 noon Requiem Mass at The Church of the Immaculate Conception, Bruree, followed by burial afterwards at the Drishane Cemetery, Millstreet.
103-year-old Limerick nun, who beat Covid-19, sadly passes away (Limerick Leader)