Acknowledgement and 1st Anniversary

As we lovingly remember Danny Creedon on his 1st anniversary  of Carrigacooleen, Millstreet who passed away on the 31st of august 2021 we his family wishes to acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy and gestures of kindness shown to us over the passed year we offer thanks to those who visited our homes attended the funeral sent mass cards online condolences and gave floral tributes
A special thanks to the amazing staff of Marymount hospice . To Tarrant’s funeral directors Davy, Declan and Cora. To Canon Jack for a lovely Mass also thanks to Sharon and Julie for their support and assistance. Thanks to PHN Maureen and her team,Thanks to Reen’s pharmacy and staff
Thanks to Anne Ryan for the beautiful singing at mass and also thanks to Connie and Tom of The Kelts for their song at the grave side.Thanks to William and Claire of Munster Fire and Safety for embroidering Danny’s name on to his rally suit
Thanks to St Johns GAA football team and Millstreet gun club for their guard of honour.
We extend our deep apprecation to the friends family and neighbours of Danny;s who lined the route of the funeral cortege.
As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our deepest gratitude.
From the Creedon and Kelleher family



Millstreet Vintage Club Autumn Car Run in Aid of Alzheimers Society Ireland happening next Sunday Sept 4th

The Countdown is on now with just a few days left to go now to the the Millstreet Vintage Club Autumn Car Run which is happening on next Sunday September 4th,the Event is In Aid of Alzheimers Society of Ireland with Sign On at The Bridge Bar Millstreet Eircode (P51 H978) from 10.30am and Take Off at 12.30pm,Lovely Scenic Route Starting in Millstreet with a Break in Rockchapel and Finishing at O’Riadas Bar Ballymacelligot for Refreshments.
All Vintage,Classic Cars Bikes Vans etc very Welcome on the Day
Details Contact Luke Hurley on 086


Interesting Article from Mushera Wind Aware

Stonehenge World Heritage Site.
In the August 2022 edition of National Geographic there is a very detailed article on the Stonehenge Heritage site in the UK. This is a world renowned site.
What is interesting for us is that the article is accompanied by a map of the UK & Ireland which depicts areas in both countries with the greatest densities of stone circles and we, in the Mushera / Ballinagree area are smack dab in the middle of one of only two areas listed in Ireland. We already knew that we are actually living in the area with the greatest density of archeological treasures in Europe but to have this acknowledged by such a prestigious publication is gratifying to say the least. And yet there are those that propose to plunder this rich heritage by replacing it or damaging it with wind turbines. Where is the sense in that mindset. ONCE IT IS GONE, IT IS GONE.
This is why wind turbines on Mushera / Ballinagree can never be acceptable.