Dropped off the Christmas Boxes to Cork Penny Dinners this morning 🎁
Thank you so much to everyone who donated a box and supported this fantastic Cork charity this Christmas. The support for this collection has been overwhelming and we are truly grateful to you all.
The fantastic welcome we received this morning at Cork Penny Dinners and their appreciation says it all 🎄🎁🎄 – Millstreet Fianna Fáil Cumann
The presentation of a very impressive €2,092.65 cheque – the fruitful result of the annual Donal Guiney Memorial Table Quiz which took place in McCarthy’s Bar on 4th Oct. 2019 – happened at Rathcoole Airfield on Sat. 30th Nov. 2019 in the presence of the organising Committee which includes John O’Leary and Deputy Michael Moynihan, T.D. from the Millstreet Fianna Fáil Cumann and personnel from Air Ambulance. Here we share two images from the Sat. event and a further image from the Quiz night. Tap on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Presentation to Air Ambulance Following Annual Donal Guiney Memorial Quiz”
On Thursday night, 15th Nov. 2018 a truly impressive cheque of €2,000.00 was presented by Chairman of Millstreet Fianna Fáil Cumann, John A. O’Leary to Mary Feeley, Manager, Millstreet Day Care Centre. This was the result of a most successful Donal Guiney Memorial Inaugural Quiz held at McCarthy’s Bar, Millstreet some weeks ago. So popular was the Quiz that there were over sixty spot prizes shared on the occasion. Asking the questions on the night was Noreen Meade before a capacity attendance. We recorded interviews at the Presentation of the Cheque with John A. O’Leary, Mary Feeley, Deputy Michael Moynihan and with Vincent, Michael and Patrick Guiney. This feature will be broadcast at 10pm on “Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station on Tuesday, 20th Nov.. Here we share three images from the uplifting Presentation of the Cheque. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Presentation of Impressive Quiz Cheque to Millstreet Day Care Centre”
Here are just two of the many images captured on Friday night at the wonderfully successful Donal Guiney Memorial Table Quiz held in McCarthy’s Bar. Great credit is due to Deputy Michael Moynihan, T.D. and John O’Leary & Team for excellent preparation of the now Annual Fianna Fáil related Quiz. This year’s fund will later be presented to Millstreet Day Care Centre. Lots more pictures later. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Magnificent Response to the Donal Guiney Memorial Table Quiz”
Leader of Fianna Fáil, Mícheál Martin, T.D. visited Millstreet on Wednesday, 18th July 2018. He was given a royal welcome as he began his tour at Coleman’s, dining at Café Aroma and continuing through the town arriving at Millstreet Town Park where the annual Cul Camp was in progress. He then visited the Carnegie Hall which included a period at Millstreet Museum where he very kindly gave an audio interview which will be rebroadcasted tonight at 10:00 on Cork Music Station on our weekly programme “Radio Treasures” which begins at 9:30 and ends at 11:00pm. The F.F. Leader was accompanied by Michael Moynihan, T.D. and members of the Millstreet F.F. Cumann. Here we share some 40 images from the special visit. Feel welcome to message our live broadcast on the Sean Radley Facebook Page or text 086 825 0074. And tonight also we listen to John Linehan’s superb Winning Commentary regarding the purchasing of ice creams for the Family (pictured below). Happy Listening. Click on the images below to enlarge. (S.R.)
An Taoiseach Berti Ahern passed through town this evening about 4:30pm on his way between party functions in Macroom and Kanturk. He was greeted in the square by Fianna Fáil party members, and the general public. He had a brief word with some of the locals, a quick interview with LTV2, shook everyones hand, but was swiftly on the road again, because he was running late for his kanturk function.
His stop is only seven weeks after Enda Kenny visited Millstreet where he visited the school. He was also doing some pre-election campaigning around Cork North-West.
Maybe it’s the first time in a while where the political powers that be actually think that we’re important to them. It’s probably because the constituency lines for Cork North-West have been changed for the upcoming elections, and it’s rearing up to be a real dogfight.