Leah Murphy from Laught had some weekend at the Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Drogheda. Firstly on Saturday she was part of the mighty Crossfield Ceili Band that won first place in the U18 Céili Band competition (Marie O’Neill, Anna Buckley, Darragh Twomey, Aubane, were also members of the band). Then on to Sunday, and with three solo competitions to play in, she got placed in all three!! 2nd place in Fiddle Slow Airs, 2nd place in English Singing, and 3rd place in Rogha Ghléas. Mighty going , we’re delighted and so proud 🎶 🎻 👍 😀 😀
[read more …] “A Fleadh to Remember for Leah”
Mushera Platform Dance next Sunday July 29th from 3.00pm to 5.30pm Music by Pj Murrihy,Everyone Welcome.
Mushera Platform Dance on this Sunday July 8th from 3.00pm to 5.30pm with Music by The Jarvey,Everyone Welcome.
The Mushera Platform Dance next Monday Night June 25th from 8.30pm to 10.30pm with Music by the Lee Sound,Everybody Welcome.
Dates for Mushera Platform Dancing for Summer 2018 listed in Poster Below.
We thank Presenter John Greene for advance information on this Sunday evening’s programme – 13th May 2018. (S.R.)
Two hundred and seventy years ago in 1748, and almost to the day, a fifty
six mile straight road was opened between Killarney and Cork.
Although being awarded the contract for it, John Murphy from Castleisland had to raise his own finance, in the hope that he would recoup it all by making it a toll road. But the road brought financial ruin for Murphy, resulting in debts of over four thousand pounds. Nobody knows for certain what happened to him afterwards..
In a two part programme on Where the road takes me……. [read more …] “Butter Road on “Where the Road Takes me” on C103 at 7pm Sunday”
A Celebration of 270 Years of The Old Butter Road 1748-2018 is to be Held in The Aubane Community Centre on Friday 18th May at 7.30pm
Tickets are €27 and are available from Noreen Kelleher on 087 9486673 or Celeste Buckley on 083 3135750
Book your tickets now. Last day to purchase tickets is Wednesday May 9th 2018.
Aubane’s John F Kelleher is set to take Bandon by storm on this coming Weekend with his particapation in a Strictly Come Dancing Competition in Bandon which is being held in aid of Bandon Community Hospital,the Event kicks off on this coming Friday Night in the GAA Pavilion in Bandon, John will take to the Floor with his Partner Margaret O`Brien who along with John is employed at the Hospital in Bandon,the Couple have been practicing intensely for the past three months sometimes up to four times a week,and with his Work in Bandon and also mixing in his Community work as being Chairman of the Social club in Aubane John has been very busy indeed,the Couple take to the stage on this coming Friday 24th November and Saturday 25 November and again on Friday 8th December in the Bandon GAA Pavilion. The Strictly Come Dancing Competition is organised by the Friends of Bandon Community Hospital to raise Funding for a new day room as part of the brand new Hospital. The first two Nights of the Competition are a sell out, John always had a keen interest in dance as he is a regular at the set Dancing in Aubane, dancing is in his blood and John said he always wanted to do Strictly Come Dancing. Michelle Barry from Devine Promotions in Six Mile Bridge who is overseeing all the Couples prepartaions has great praise for not only John and Margaret but all the other Competing Couples as they have been preparing very hard for this Competion since last August. Hopefully John will bring a Strictly Come Dancing title to Aubane and from all at Aubane Social Club and the surrounding locality the best of luck to John and Margaret in the Competition.
Final reminder for return of Aubane Community Alert renewal forms and fee to be submitted by no later than next Tuesday Oct 31st to either John F. Kelleher, Secretary, Bernard Crowley, Chairman or Any Member of the Aubane Community Alert Group.
To all set dancers Aubane Social Club have cancelled the set dancing tomorrow night here in Aubane due to forecasted storm. Set Dancing will resume next Monday 23 October
John Kelleher & John Dineen
Aubane Social Club
Rosary will be held at Aubane Community Centre on this coming Friday Evening Oct 13th at 8.00 pm.
AUBANE COMMUNITY TEXT ALERTS:
Reminder for Aubane Community Alert renewal forms to be returned by Monday Oct 16th to either John F. Kelleher, Secretary, Bernard Crowley, Chairman, or Any Member of the Aubane Community Alert Group.
Mushera Platform last dance of the season has been changed to Ballinagree Village due to weather conditions It’s on from 3 to 5.30 pm on this Sunday Sept 10th. Music by the Hillbillies.
KELLEHER William ‘Bill’ Late of Hall Green, Birmingham, formerly Aubane, Millstreet, Co. Cork. Mercifully released into God’s hands and slipped away peacefully on 28th August 2017. Beloved husband of Eileen, caring brother-in-law to Margaret, much loved father of Ann-Marie and Helen, kind father-in-law of Steve and Matthew and cherished grandfather to Henry and Grace. He will be sorely missed by his loving brother John ‘Bill’, sister-in-law Kathleen, nieces, nephews and many friends. Reception into English Martyrs R.C Church, Sparkhill, on Monday 18th September at 6.00 p.m. Requiem Mass on Tuesday 19th September at 11.00 a.m. followed by interment at Widney Manor Cemetery at 1.00 p.m. Family flowers only, donations if desired for SIFA Fireside, c/o C.Bastock Ltd., 67-71 Warwick Road, Olton, B92 7HP. —from the Birmingham Mail.
[read more …] “Death Notice: William Kelleher, Birmingham and formerly of Aubane”
Congratulations to Darragh Twomey (second from left in the back row) Son of John & Maire Twomey who plays with the Crossfields Ceili Band who were winners of the All Ireland Fleadh in Ennis. Well deserved. Best wishes on this great achievement from the Aubane Social Club.
John Kelleher of Aubane Social Club has also indicated that The Monday Night Set Dancing recommences for the 2017/2018 season at Aubane Community Centre on Monday 18th September at 9.15 pm.
Apparently Timothy Herlihy was a bit of a local character in the Aubane area. His home was very near Clashatrake Bridge (between Aubane and Kilcorney Creamery), set on the lower slope of Glenleigh, and is clearly seen in the above photo which was taken from across the valley in Lacht in 1953, showing it and the surrounding valley, including a distant Mushera Mountain at the top left.
[read more …] “Long Herlihy’s in 1953”
Mass will be celebrated at St John’s Well Mushera on Tonight Tuesday 27th June at 7.30pm, hopefully the Weather will be fine on the Evening.
[read more …] “Annual Mass at St John’s Well Mushera on Tonight Tuesday 27th June.”
Mushera Platform Dance this Friday Evening June 23rd 8.30pm-10.30pm
Music by The Lee Sound,
Aubane Social Club Annual Good Friday Table Quiz will take place on Tommorrow Night Friday 14 April at 8.30 pm in Aubane Community Centre, Tables of 4 are €40.00,Under 18`s half price. Raffle also on the night. All Very Welcome.