Millstreet Christmas Lights 2020

🎅  Usually this time of year, the Millstreet Christmas Lights committee would be preparing for their Annual Church Gate collection and getting their sponsorship letters ready to send to all the local businesses. However, this year is a lot different! There is no collection, and it doesn’t feel right to ask the businesses that have (and still are) facing uncertain times for donations.

🎄  We hope by setting up this , it’ll allow all locals, near and far, to donate a small amount as easily as possible. Please click on the following link to support us.

Our Credit Union account is also available for those who wish to donate directly:
CU Account No.: 55654/24
IBAN: IE54MATN99221205565405

And as always donations can be handed into:
~ Niamh @ Wordsworth
~ Noreen @ Noirín’s Boutique
~ Catherine @ Dick Pomeroy & Co Auctioneers

⛄️  We have a surprise or two up our sleeves for this year and can’t wait for everyone (especially the children!) to see!

— Millstreet Christmas Lights Committee

A bike was taken from outside of Supervalu Millstreet

The bike was found and returned to a happy little girl. 🙂


A bike was taken from outside of Supervalu,  Millstreet today Monday,  the 26th between 12.45 and 1 pm. If anyone has any information or may have seen this bike locally. See pictures attached please contact 087 6129504. We have a very sad little girl without her bike.

The bike did not have the streamers and it had the usual wear and tear.

The bike also had a horn but was missing the purple squeezer.

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Thank you.

Remembering Terence MacSwiney in Millstreet on Sunday

Sunday, 25th Oct. 2020 marked the Centenary of the Death of Cork’s Lord Mayor, Terence MacSwiney.   Noel Keating placed a wreath in commemoration of the highly significant 1920 happening.   Jerry Lehane and his dedicated Team created a very dignified feature at the National Monument in The Square, Millstreet at 11.00 a.m..  Terence  MacSwiney had visited Millstreet in 1915.   Here we share a selection of some 14 images recalling Sunday’s historic event.   Tap on the pictures to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Remembering Terence MacSwiney in Millstreet on Sunday”