I will be setting up a fortnightly home delivery service for firewood in the Millstreet area.
I’m offering firewood at pre-inflation prices of €5.50 per bag or 4 for €20.
Larger loose loads are also available.
Contact- Martin Lynch 086 081 1588
Gladly, the pet dog “Tiny” which was missing from its Drishanebeg home has been found safe and very well cared for. Sincere thanks to All who helped. (S.R.)
Clover Hill Food Ingredients Ltd. – A great opportunity to join our team
The following positions are available:
1.Customer Service Administrator – Full-Time / Part-Time Position Available
2.Warehouse Operative – Full-Time Position Available
3.Clover Hill Business Unit Leader – Full-Time Position Available
4.Sales Support Position – Full-Time Position Available
5.Quality Manager – Full-Time Position Available
Please email your C.V to <email>, post it to HR, Clover Hill Food Ingredients, Mount Leader Industrial Estate, Millstreet, Co. Cork P51 E8PY or refer to the company website for more details www.cloverhill.ie.
Jamie O’Sullivan, Stephen Hogan and Doireann Twomey looking very happy on their fist day at school. Pictured on their first day at school with all their school mates and teachers looking very smart in their new uniforms.
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde and welcome to my report.
Now that was quick, the rapid change from lovely warm sunny days to wild winds and rain . It takes a lot of getting used to, sending us searching for those warmer bits that we had put well out of sight for so long. The weekend was marred by heavy rains, strong winds and power cuts and people would be well advised to stock up with alternative lighting as the trend is said to continue for the rest of the week. Roads will be very slippery following the long dry spell ,so a little caution there I’m sure would not go amiss. The long sunny days of August were too hot for some of us at times but they were great, it gave us the feeling that we were away, without the trauma of booking flights and fearing cancellations. But they were not without a few concerns. To see the fields turning bare and brown in places and rivers running low, were a cause of worry, at least to some of us who never fail to find something to worry about. (another drawback of old age) Can we not praise the Lord for our Blessed Holy Tubrid Well which supplied not just Millstreet but many neighbouring towns and farms with water right throughout the long drought.
[read more …] “Eily’s Report – 6th September”
Long shot, a girl was back in Milstreet in the Wallis arms hotel Sunday and she lost her wallet with a large some of money in it she is absolutely devastated as all her cards and rent money was in it along with her driving licence.
If anyone has any information please get in contact with me.
085 704 4420