To the all the people of Millstreet and its surrounds
Hilary, Paul and Marie would like to say a huge THANK YOU for all your wonderful support and help for The Monster Mac. Without it the event would not have happened. It was so nice to work with so many friendly and enthusiastic people and with all that positive energy we would hope to be back again next year. Millstreet is a unique town with an amazingly strong community spirit. The Céad Míle Fáilte is alive and well in the community of Millstreet.
Weather permitting, Dan Joe Kelleher and I will record the 2.00 p.m. Mass scheduled to be celebrated at “The City” in Shrone on this Sunday, 1st May 2011. It will then be transmitted on LTV at 5.30 p.m. on Sunday…the very same evening thanks to Dan Joe’s dedication to Local Television. The transmission will then be followed by a repeat of this week’s LTV1 and LTV2 programmes bringing us to the very end of this season’s LTV broadcasts. We thank you for being such loyal Viewers and wish you all a very Happy Summer and look forward to a new LTV season in the Autumn. (S.R.)
Entitled “The Secret History of the Eurovision” this major documentary, part of which was filmed here in Millstreet in September 2010 when Niamh Kavanagh and the Duggan Family participated in comprehensive interviews, will be broadcast on RTÉ1 television on this Monday from 10.30 p.m until 12.15 a.m..
Tomorrow, Easter Sunday is scheduled to be a truly marvellous Family Day at Green Glens where the very best of vintage will be on display, superb musical performances, lots of exciting activities for young people and, hopefully, splendid weather conditions. This and lots more to make it a day to [read more …] “Vintage Day Preparations at Green Glens”
On LTV2 Millstreet on last Thursday night (repeated at 8pm on this Sunday), Sarah Meaney was interviewed by Mary Ankettell regarding her participation in the “Comber” Project in Romania. The aim of the Project is to help build a better future for children and adults with disabilities in Romania. This morning, blessed with glorious sunny weather and assisted by [read more …] “Sarah’s Cake Sale This Morning – A Wonderful Success!”
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.
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”