It has been a year since our mother passed away. We would like to thank everyone for their kind wishes and Mass cards during this time. Thanks to Davy Tarrant and Staff, Fr. Jack Fitzgerald and Dr. Mark Henderson who were a great help to us at this difficult time. Also a big thank you to our friends and neighbours who have been a great support to us throughout the year.
The Tarrant family
“Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station will for this Tuesday night (18th Jan. 2022) be presented from 8.30pm until 10.00pm by Breeda Piggott of Newmarket. Lots of wonderful Country-and-Western and Irish songs and music guaranteed! Sincere thanks to Breeda. (S.R.)
Two Polish ladies, clean, non smoking, looking for a house to rent in the Millstreet / Macroom area.
Must be pet friendly.
Please contact Veronica at 083 304 6343.
Private Carer wanted to join a 4 week rota, working every 4th week, caring for a lady living in the Millstreet area.
Schedule: Saturday evening one hour, (approx. 5pm), and 3 one hour visits on Sunday,( approx. 9am, 1pm, 5pm).
Interested individuals should have up-to-date First Aid training,(including Hoist Training), Garda vetted and with reliable references.
Contact 087 2648658
Traditional Indian Yoga classes restarted in Teach Iosagain, Rathmore in the New Year on Friday evenings from 7pm to 8 pm. There will be Yoga class on this Friday 21st and the following Friday 28th January.
Contact – Simon S Pachikara – 0873379121
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde and welcome to my weekly Report.
They say the world is always changing and how so true that is. Only last week our minds and hearts were full the story of Charlie Bird and all the goodness that he portrayed in the face of his own death. His name was in everybody’s lips, but alas, following the dreadful events of this week you’d almost be forgiven for asking “who is Charlie?”No where in any part of the world have the proper words been found to describe the awful murder of the lovely Ashling Murphy. Never before have we seen such a reaction to the fatal attack on a lovely little girl who went for a walk after work. Our friends in Australia tell us of candle light vigils and other forms of support that are being held there in her honour. All over our own country cities, towns and villages are pulling out all the stops. Our own Town Park was a blaze of light and music on Friday night and in the village of Carriganima also. At times like these people are in shock and they want to do something. It’s at times like this that they feel the need to be close to each other. People who never met before cling to one another, stand close for support, often saying nothing at all but just being there.
[read more …] “Eily’s Report – 18th January”
Millstreet branch supervisor Bridget Fitzgerald with Eileen O Sullivan.
An estimated 50,000+ homes will contact the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SVP) this winter. The board of Management at Mallow Credit Union felt that the annual donation to the SVP was more important than ever for the year ahead and wanted to show their support to the tireless efforts of the SVP. It was agreed to support the SVP groups within Mallow Credit Union’s Common Bond, with a total of €5,000 being donated across North Cork & West Limerick, €1,000 of that going to the Millstreet branch of SVP.
Tomas O Neill, CEO of Mallow Credit Union said “We have a long-standing relationship with Saint Vincent de Paul in our communities and see just how much of an impact they have to the lives of families in our area each year. We are grateful to be able to continue to support their fundraising efforts this year and would like to wish all the SVP staff and volunteers a peaceful 2022.
WANTED …STORAGE/GARAGE FOR SHORT TERM RENTAL SUITABLE FOR CLASSIC CAR, IN OR CLOSE TO MILLSTREET…
Please contact David on 083 842 0783