And here we feature a selection of images of the Runners beginning the Race and later returning [read more …] “Clara Mountain Run As Viewed From Clara Road This Evening”
Millstreet Community School is today’s very appropriate venue for the annual Féile Cheoil 2011. An opportunity to experience some of the very finest traditional music, song, stories and dance from many different wonderfully gifted participants.
Co-ordinated by the Transition Year Students at Millstreet Community School, a hugely successful Fashion Show was held on Thursday, 7th April on behalf of three very worthy causes. Here we share a selection of images from the [read more …] “Fashion Show 2011 at Millstreet Community School – Transition Year Students, Staff & Guests”
Here we feature images from Sunday – mainly from Millstreet Country Park. As we left, the evening sun shone gloriously and we availed of the opportunity to capture some of the wonderful panoramic scenes from the Park as well as [read more …] “Part Two of Sunday’s Millstreet Walking Festival”
Sunday, 10th April 2011 we were at Millstreet Country Park for Day Two of the Millstreet Walking Festival. Here we feature Part One of a two part selection of pictures which we took on [read more …] “Millstreet Walking Festival – Sunday, 10th April 2011 – Part One”
Broadcast times on Sky 201
Monday & Sunday 8 – 9 pm
Tuesday and Saturday 2 – 3 pm
Sincere thanks to one of the dedicated Organisers, Michael Thornton, for a splendid selection of images which he captured so well as he acted as “Sweeper” (the Guide who keeps to the rear of the Walking Group) on the most challenging of the three walks (Walk A) on both the Saturday and the Sunday. Here we share images from [read more …] “Michael Thornton’s Splendid Images of Saturday’s Walking Festival”
- Returning from the Saturday walk to the Wallis Arms Hotel. All Walkers were required to register again at the Hotel to indicate that they had safely returned.
There was a superbly uplifting response to Millstreet’s first Walking Festival with organisers already considering another such Festival in the Autumn. Amongst those who enthusiastically participated in Saturday’s walk were Millstreet natives who are now living elsewhere including [read more …] “Visiting Walkers Hugely Impressed by Millstreet Walking Festival 2011”
The Organisers of Millstreet Walking Festival 2011 would have been very pleased to have had 150 participants at its very first festival. With some 200 registering this morning they must be quite thrilled with such a [read more …] “Some Two Hundred Energetic People Registered for the First Ever Millstreet Walking Festival This Morning”
This weekend Millstreet Walking Festival takes place. A full programme of events have been organised. Tonight at an inspiring address by Tom Scriven, Cork (and a native of Kilnamartyra) the focus was very much on [read more …] “Walking Festival This Weekend”
A wonderfully representative group of people from the Millstreet area assembled for quite a fascinating and helpfully revealing workshop where the focus was on the constructive positive development of Millstreet on a [read more …] “Very Successful Facilitated Planning Workshop at Wallis Arms Hotel”
Having been alerted by Michael (Cashman) on www.millstreet.ie that available to purchase on eBay there was an original doll which had been manufactured in Millstreet’s “Clara Toys” Factory and bought for £5.50 at Blarney Woollen Mills quite some years ago, Bob Emprimo arranged to bid for and [read more …] ““Clara Toys” Doll Comes Home!”
Also present on the night were further members of Rathmore’s Marian Players. Tony Darmody accorded very high praise to All involved and spoke about [read more …] “Presentation of Cheque from Rathmore Panto 2011”
From Hannah Kelleher, Principal, Cullen N.S. we share the following letter where a special emphasis is placed upon [read more …] “Calling Cullen N.S. Past Pupils – Remembering the Past”
Co-ordinated by Teacher Sinéad Murphy and Principal Hannah Kelleher and in conjunction with An Taisce, the young people spent over an hour gathering several bags of litter. They approached their task both cheerfully and enthusiastically and were guided by very helpful adults. Sheila Fitzgerald photographed for “The Corkman” while I felt privileged to cover for our website and LTV2 such a wonderfully inspiring project. Here we share images from [read more …] “Young People Inspire at Cullen National Spring Clean 2011”
Blessed with very good weather Confirmation Day 2011 was a very memorable and special experience for the 70 young Candidates for Confirmation, their Parents, Relatives and Friends. The music and singing as well as the [read more …] “Sacrament of Confirmation Administered in Millstreet on Tuesday”
Millstreet Community School Transition Year Students present a Spring-Summer Fashion Show on Thursday 7th April at 8.00p.m. (sharp) in the School’s Sports Hall. Proceeds to:
1. Headway (Brain Injury Service)
2. R.N. L.I. (The Lifeboat Service)
3. Neonatal Unit C.U.H.
Tickets available from the School and Transition Year Students. Adults: €10.00 Students: €6.00. Do join us for an enjoyable evening. Your support would be greatly appreciated. (We thank Eimear Twomey for alerting us to this important event.)
The Sacrament of Confirmation will be administered tomorrow (Tuesday, 29th March 2011) in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet at 3.30 p.m.. Here we share a number of images showing [read more …] “Millstreet Prepares for Confirmation 2011”
It certainly was a wonderful night to remember at the Dromhall Hotel in Killarney on Saturday, 26th March 2011 when Millstreet Pipe Band celebrated its 60th Anniversary in a truly grand style. The occasion was superbly co-ordinated by various members of the renowned Band. Marie Twomey had prepared a magnificent audio-visual presentation on the history of the famous Band. Here we invite you to view a selection of images we took on the splendid occasion when [read more …] “Millstreet Pipe Band’s Night to Remember at 60th Celebrations in Killarney”
Just a reminder that Official Summer Time begins tonight (in fact at 2.00 a.m.) when the clocks should go forward one hour.