Breastfeeding support group is facilitated by a public health nurse and runs weekly every Tuesday in Castle court Newmarket.
It is a drop in service.
It is for mothers and babies living in the North cork area to support families on their breastfeeding journey.
It is a great opportunity to meet other mothers and babies in a social setting.
Please contact 029 61500 for more information
With just over 2 weeks left to go to the Millstreet Vintage Club Summer Car Run which is taking place on Saturday Evening June 17th the Event is once again in Aid of Bumbleance Childrens Ambulance Service and is open to All Vintage/Classic Cars Bikes Vans Trucks etc,
Bumbleance Childrens Ambulance Service does wonderful work and is a Totally Voluntary Organisation.
Bumbleance ensures that the journey of a sick child is as safe and comfortable as possible,
Bumbleance Trips and Services cover the following
Pre and Post-surgical appointments
Inter hospital transfers
Respite and Hospice Trips
Transplants and critical care
The Run will Start Out in Cullen Community Centre (Eircode P51 YY06) with Sign On from 4.30pm and Take Off at 6pm Sharp and it will take in a Scenic Route with the Run ending up at O’Riadas Bar Ballymacelligot just outside Castleisland where there will be Free Food and Music Supplied by Bernie Heaney, Barry O’Halloran and Sheila Heery, also on the Evening there will be a Draw with some nice Prizes to be Won.
Entry for the Run will be by Donation and its all for a great Cause in Bumbleance Childrens Ambulance Service,for Details Contact Willie Fitzgerald on 087 2229874,Ita Fitzgerald on 087 9865217 or Bernard Crowley on 087 7924406.
Acknowledgement and First Anniversary
3 rd June 2022
Douglas, Cork / Millstreet
The family of the late Gillian Daly of Douglas, Cork and formally of Liscahane, Millstreet,
wishes to acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy and gestures of kindness shown
to us following our sad loss.
We offer our heartfelt thanks to the many friends, neighbours and well-wishers who visited
our home, attended the wake, mass and burial and who provided emotional and practical
support for us over the past year. For those who telephoned, travelled long distances, sent
floral tributes, cards, letters and messages of condolences, to our neighbours and friends
who lined the streets and roads on Gillian’s final journey; we are truly grateful.
A special word of thanks to the emergency services who attended to Gillian and for their
respect and kindness. To all those who participated in the mass, especially Canon John
Fitzgerald, P.P., Fr. Richard Dowling, Sharon Lane, Julie Brady and to our neighbours Siobhán
and Mary Forde who provided such a beautiful send off.
To those who helped in any way, your contribution made our loss more bearable. As it
would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as
an expression of our deepest gratitude. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for
The First Anniversary Mass for Gillian will be held on Saturday June 3 rd , in Carmelite Friary,
Kinsale at 10am and she will be remembered also at 6.15pm mass in St Patrick’s Church,
She was beauty, grace and kindness and will not be forgotten.
Ar dheis dé go raibh a hanam