Tonight (14th June 2022) on www.corkmusicstation.com “Radio Treasures” will be transmitted from 9.10 to 11.10pm preceded by “Jimmy Reidy & Friends” at 8pm. We shall, of course, feature lots of cheerful songs and some splendid music. And we shall share lots of interesting musings. We shall remember some wonderful people who went to their Eternal Reward in recent times. And we shall chat about the featured imagesbelow sourced from the Pictorial Archives of Millstreet Museum. Tap on the images to enlarge. If you wish to make contact with our Tuesday Radio Show please message us on the Seán Radley Facebook page, email us on millstreetmuseum @gmail.com, text or WhatsApp us on 086 825 0074. Special features in tonight’s programme include:
At 9.45pm we remember the late Seán Donnellan whose perfect soothing voice was heard on radio for decades bringing joy and comfort to so many.
At 10pm we listen to some of the superb traditional music recently recorded at Feis Laitiarain in Cullen. Happy listening! (S.R.)
Victory & Podium for Millstreet’s young cyclist Nicholas James Buckley over the weekend in Galway at the Highfield Crit. Picking up 2nd place in U14 boys. Massive congratulations to him plus Hannah Dennehy O Sullivan picking up 1st place in U14 girls.
https://gofund.me/9a05f37d This nurse is a friend of mine. She has worked for HSE 36 years. Diagnosed with cancer last year. Her father was a native of Millstreet Town. Some of his brothers still live in Millstreet Town.
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde and welcome to my report.
It’s hard to imagine that my next Report (dv) after this one will be on the longest day of the year. June 21. So don’t say that I didn’t tell you that the year is moving on. Moving on it is and we can’t stop it but are we making the full use of the passing days and weeks and months. There is no use in blaming the weather because we can do nothing about it but there are things that we can do regardless. The old saying the It’s better to light a candle than curse the dark, can also apply to the way that we can motivate ourselves into taking on a plan B if the sun don’t shine. God Bless our crowd of who headed off on a bus to Donegal on Monday morning 50 plus of them both men and women for four days all organised by our excellent Active Retired Committee. I know they will love it because I went on the very same program a few years ago with a lovely group from Castlemagner. But as I’m not the sit-at-home type I’ve booked a couple of more locally based trips. For a mere €25 the well known Jerry Lehane will take us on day trips around the rings of Kerry or Beara and even to Galway and more. He knows all the best places to stop and shop and eat and stretch the legs. In his very own relaxing way. Look him up on our website for details.
Looking for a house to rent for myself, my partner and my little boy in Millstreet/Macroom/Kanturk or any surrounding area. We are not too fussy but ideally would like 2 or more bedroom with a small garden.
Please contact Megan on 085 281 5530.