Sheila Brennan (née O’Riordan) Newtown, Bantry & Millstreet

The death has occurred of Sheila Brennan (née O’Riordan)
Newtown, Bantry, Co. Cork / Millstreet, Co. Cork

On June 21st, 2022, peacefully at her home Sheila, (late of Lackabawn, Millstreet) beloved wife of John, dear mother of Margot (Murphy) and Martin. Sadly missed by her loving family, son-in-law Dan, grandchildren Emily, Kilian, Dearbhla and Caroline, brother-in-law Mick and his wife May nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, relatives, kind neighbours and friends.

May she rest in peace.

Reposing at her home on Wednesday, June 22nd, from 2pm to 4pm, reposing at Coakley’s Funeral Home, Chapel St., Bantry from 6pm to 7pm, with vigil prayers at 7pm. Requiem Mass on Thursday, June 23rd, at 12 noon at St Finbarr’s Church, Bantry (livestreamed on )followed by burial in St Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet arriving at 2.30pm approx.

Messages of sympathy may be left below in the condolences section HERE.

Great Turnout for Millstreet Vintage Club Summer Car Run last Saturday Evening

After a 3 year Break due to Covid 19 Restrictions the Millstreet Vintage Club Summer Car Run made a welcome return back to the MVC Calendar last Saturday Evening, the Event which was again in Aid of Bumbleance Children’s Ambulance Service made its Comeback in fine style with over 90 Cars taking part, the starting point was the Cullen
Community Centre where the Bumbleance Ambulance was also on display, the Cars left Cullen just after 6pm and made there way on a Scenic Route up to Knocknagree, then on to the outskirts of Ballydesmond, Quarry Cross, Kilsarcon, and on to Castleisland before heading out the Abbeyfeale Road and then turning left and heading up into some spectacular views of the Countryside that brought the Cars down into the Finish at O`Riadas Bar and Restuarant near Ballymacelligott, the weather was favourable for the occasion which added to the atmosphere of the Event and this was followed by Refreshments and Musical Entertainment supplied by the Michelle Murphy Band, Danny Tobin and Heart to Heart at the Finish, again the Bumbleance Ambulance was on display at O’Riadas and a viewing of this very impressive Vehicle gives a person an idea of the great Work and Service this Voluntary Group carry out for seriously ill Children.

There was an open draw made before the start of the Run in Cullen for a Perpetual Trophy and this was won by Anthony Murray in his Toyota Starlet.

Millstreet Vintage Club and Event Organiser Willie Fitzgerald would like to thank Everyone who came along to the Event, your Support was tremendous and much appreciated, a big shout out must go out to the People that helped out on Saturday Evening which made the Event a massive success, to all the Marshalls, Bike Marshalls, Registration/Sign On, Route Layout/Arrowing Crew, the hardworking Catering Crew in Cullen etc many many thanks for all your help, also thanks must go out to Cullen Pipe Band, An Garda Siochana, Cullen Community Centre, O`Riadas for great Food and Hospitality, Photographers and Media People, thanks also to Sean Radley for the Amplification System and finally many thanks to all the people that donated Spot Prizes for the Raffle namely, Moriarty’s Centra Farranfore, Kealy Coaches Cullen, The Pub Carriganima, Super Valu Millstreet, Murphys Gala Banteer Kanturk, Duggans Recovery, Liam O`Connor Garage, and Dan Barry Crash Repairs.

We hope you Enjoyed the Event and we look forward to seeing you all again very soon.
Photos by Tom Corbett, Ross O’ Mahony, Ray Corkery and Richard Norton.

For anybody that may have not been at the Event on Saturday Evening last but would like to make a Contribution to Bumbleance you can still do so on a Go Funde Me Page organised by Corkmusicstation and Willie Fitzgerald, this Go Fund Me Fundraiser Page will remain Live until the end of June and can be found on the Link Below.