Millstreet Meals on Wheels service

The Millstreet Meals on Wheels service is available for the elderly & isolated in the Millstreet catchment area. All food is prepared in Millstreet Day Centre & we operate the service 5 days a week. You can order a hot dinner for as many days as you like, delivered to your door from Mon-Fri for just €6 a day for the main meal & €2 for dessert.

 A variety of meals are served throughout the week and the staff will endeavour to facilitate individual tastes when preparing meals. Coeliac dinners & desserts available also. Please see our menu for next week below.

 If you or anyone you know would like to avail of the Meals on Wheels Service over the coming weeks please contact the kitchen on (029) 30998 or the office on (029) 70926 (please leave a message if no answer) or email <email>


Millstreet Pipe Band

Thanks to all who have contributed so far to our fundraiser!
€2,181.95 (excluding fees) has been raised to date on the gofundmepage.
Donations have also been given to band members which will be added to the final total in due course.
We are truly grateful for the generosity shown towards the Pipe Band to help defray the 36% deficit incurred with the purchase of new uniforms & equipment in 2021, as well as the lack of Church Gate Collections for two years due to Covid.
Our gofundmepage will be open for donations until the end of July.

Alternatively donations, large or small, may be given to Marie Twomey, Theresa Cleary, Gillian McCarthy or any Pipe Band Member. A final total for the fundraiser will then be published.

Upcoming AIB Changes – Millstreet Community Council Statement

Some time ago, Bank of Ireland closed its doors in Millstreet and now it’s the turn of A.I.B.   They are not closing their doors but from October next they will only function as an office where you can discuss investments, open an account or take out a loan.  The A.I.B. in Millstreet will be cashless, no A.T.M. inside the building or outside, no cash transactions whatsoever.  The bank with no cash; it’s like the pub with no beer. We have been told that our nearest A.I.B. with cash is Macroom, twelve miles away. The local Post Office will take over some limited number of transactions.

Seeing that the Irish Government is the majority shareholder in A.I.B., one wonders what is the State’s policy in relation to rural Ireland. This would seem to be another step on the road to making rural living untenable for those with no means of transport and those who are not internet savvy. What’s next? 
Noel Buckley, Chairman, Millstreet Community Council