On this Tuesday – 3rd Oct. 2023 … preceded by “Jimmy Reidy & Friends” with a wonderful programme from the splendid Archival Show where the focus is on Kealkill at 8pm (the repeat of which one may hear after the Maureen Henry Show on Sunday night just after 10.30pm) we invite you to also tune into “Radio Treasures” this Tuesday from 9.15 to 11.30pm on Cork Music Station. Feel very welcome to contact the live programme by emailing corkmusicstation @gmail.com or texting 086 825 0074 – One may also WhatsApp that number. (S.R.) Our two main special features tonight include a splendid Interview at 9.45pm with Kevin McSweeney of Cobh having presented his late father’s Cup in memory of Brian McSweeney of Cobh and Millstreet at a Millstreet Golf Classic Event in the Bush Bar on Friday night. And secondly at 10pm we pay our second visit to Knockalougha Rambling House 2023. We also discover quite a rare phenomenon about October 2023!! Tap on the images to enlarge. Happy Listening. (S.R.)
A family from Ukraine (me and husband and a little hamster) will rent housing according to the program, are ready to make partial repairs, and are ready to pay a little extra. Interested in Millstreet as we have a job here.
Valeriia Marchenko works as a kitchen worker at the Green Glens Arena. my number is 087 7194654 my husband Alexander Korotkov works as a welder at Duggan Steel in Millstreet phone number +353 (87) 372 1087
Cash Returns Show takes to the stage in Memory of John Mulcahy a local Millstreet man
This event is a fundraiser for The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association and
Marymount University Hospice
Venue: The Arches Marquee Mallow
Date: Friday the 13th of October 2023
Doors open at 8.00pm Show Starts at
Tickets on Sale in Mulcahy’s Pharmacy Millstreet
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a cáirde and welcome to my Report.
The recent development at the Boeing was further enhanced at the weekend when a special plaque and seat were added in memory of the popular late Eileen O’Riordan, Dromsicane beloved wife of Francie, whose first anniversary occurred recently. Eileen was not a native of Millstreet, but she endeared herself to many during her all too short time here. Following the 11.30 Mass at which she was remembered and prayed for her family and friends made their way to the historic crossing of the Blackwater known at the Boeing. In advance of the day, her friends and neighbours had constructed and Rest Area overlooking the gentle and often raging waters of the Blackwater River. The memorial plaque reads ,”Sit for a while and remember her smile, Gone but not forgotten.” Eileen O’Riordan and there it remains for us all to use and enjoy. The perfect place where you can go alone or in company. I went there one day when it was still in the development stage and sat on the only seat that was there at the time. Listening to the gentle flow of the water admiring the overhanging branches dipping their toes and dancing to it’s movement a place of tranquillity and peace. Gives the mind an opportunity to slip away from the affairs of modern life. I am yet to see the new development, but I can see it as a place where people like myself and my equals can go there for picnics singing sessions or of course to pray. But not just for the likes of me but for everyone to savour in their own way.