The death has occurred of William (Willie) Hickey, Lisnaboy, Cullen. Died peacefully on July 24th in the loving care of the Nurses and Staff of Millstreet Community Hospital. William (Willie) dear brother of Michael (Mikey) and the late Margaret Cronin. Sadly missed by his brother, relatives, neighbours and friends. Rest In Peace.
Reposing at the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Cullen, Co. Cork on this Thursday (25th July) from 6:30p.m to 8:00p.m. Requiem Mass on Friday (26th July) at 11:00a.m and burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. O’Keeffe’s Funeral Directors – Rathmore. [rip]
A Presentation following the Recent Tractor Run organised by Millstreet Vintage Club will be made to Cullen Pipe Band on next Friday Night July 19th at 8.30 PM in the Cullen GAA Grounds. Everybody Welcome.
Scoil Laithiarain is a summer school which takes place every July in Cullen with the aim of encouraging children to speak Irish daily through Irish classes, games, song, dance and quizzes. The course is suitable for children going in to 5th class in September 2019 to children going in to 3rd year. For further details, ring 086-3021503, or contact the Scoil Laitiarain Facebook Page.
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Millstreet Vintage Club Tractor Run on next Sunday May 12th,Nice Scenic Route,Sign on at Cullen GAA Grounds from 11am,Take off at 12 Noon,Run finishing in Millstreet,€20 per Tractor,Proceeds in aid of Cullen Pipe Band,
All Vintage and Modern Tractors very Welcome,
For details Contact John O’Riordan on 086 3731842 or Finbarr Hurley on 087 1134460.
(NOTE NO PASSENGERS ALLOWED ON RUN WITHOUT SAFETY BELTS)
IRD Duhallow will be conducting a Community meeting in Cullen Pipe Band Hall on Thursday 2nd May at 8pm. The meeting will involve a series of short presentations and a group workshop to understand the challenges and opportunities in the area. The knowledge gathered will help inform future planning for our programmes and the area at large. These are the last in the series of community meetings that IRD Duhallow has ran across the area over the months of March & April. All members of the community are invited to attend a meeting in their locality which will be attended by representatives of IRD Duhallow Board and Staff.
A short online consultation which is part of this process is available at the following link https://forms.gle/sszdnZ1fhKb4sE2B8
The death has occurred of Christy O’Connor, Knocknagurrane, Cullen. Passed away, peacefully, in the presence of his family, after a long illness. Sadly missed by his family, brothers Mossy, Donal, sisters Margaret, Maureen and the late Hannah Mary and Derek, friend Mary, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, extended family, neighbours and friends.
Lying in repose in The Church of the Immaculate Conception, Cullen, on Friday evening from 6.30pm to 8pm. Requiem Mass on Saturday at 12 noon with burial afterwards in the Old Cemetery, Cullen. May He Rest in Peace. [rip]
CULLEN COMMUNITY CENTRE
ARE HOSTING A
PRIMARY SCHOOL FUN TABLE QUIZ ON SUNDAY THE 24th OF MARCH AT 2.30pm
TEAMS OF 4 €20 (€5 each)
COME ALONG FOR A GREAT AFTERNOON
Final night of annual sponsored Weigh-In is on Monday 11th March.
Presentation of cheques and trophies will take place.
Refreshments will be served.
What’s the secret to staying card sharp as you approach your 100th birthday? For Cullen man Paddy O’Mahony, the answer is to eat well, enjoy lots of fresh air — and play a sociable game of cards three times a week.
And he’s a good man for the advice, as his great-granny lived to 103, and his 94-year-old sister is a card player too! Paddy, who was 99 on Christmas Day, lives in Cullen, near Millstreet. He and his late wife, Mary, from Kerry, had four children, Bridie, Thade, Noel and Siobhan.
He plays cards every week in Cullen, Castleisland and Ballydesmond and says: “My father played the game of 45 and 31. He taught me how to play cards at the age of five.” Paddy’s card-playing partner, Betty, has been alongside him for 30 years, and he also stays active by minding the animals at the home farm at Meenaglóherane … read the very interesting full article on EchoLive.ie
No Cards in Cullen Tonight
Cards in Cullen cancelled tonight due to weather conditions
Cullen & District Special Needs Association invite you to join us for our 34th Annual Sponsored Weigh-In, beginning on Monday January 7th at 8.00 p.m, in Cullen Community Centre.
Missing dog from Cullen area, answers to the name Millie.
Please contact us on 0879074728 if seen 
Congratulations to Annette who won Receptionist of the Year last night at the Connect Kerry Awards   [fb]
Update (12th Oct): SOLD OUT – no tickets available at the door.
We have planned a fashion show fundraiser night for the 12th October 2018 to take place in our Community Centre. The beneficiary of this fundraiser will be our local Community Hall and also the Children’s Ward in Cork University Hospital. We are very excited about this event and expect an attendance of 250 on the night. Most of our attendees and models will be from the local region of Duhallow and East Kerry.
Our MC for the night is Helen Murphy of Daily Diva Diary. Helen is a wonderful host and we are looking forward to her sharing her expertise on fashion with us.
We see this as a great opportunity to showcase fashion from some of our local stores and are delighted that Fran & Jane Cork, Scarlett’s Killarney, Philip Lenihan, Newmarket, O’Shea’s, Newmarket, Noirin’s , Millstreet, Lady Lydia, Kanturk along with Luna Bella, O’Flynn Stores, Morgan’s, Profile, Moda, Barry’s Mensware & Fitness Solutions all from Mallow will all join us on the night.
Doors open at 7.15pm for a Cheese & Wine Reception and the show starts at 8pm sharp. For all our fashionistas there will be a great prize for Best Dressed on the night and everyone will receive a goody bag.
It promises to be an excellent evening of fashion and fun. Tickets cost €25 and are available Patsy’s Hair Salon, Cullen Creamery or 087 6127386
We look forward to a really entertaining night and hope everyone will come out to support these two great beneficiaries.
Local stone carver available for restoration of headstones,
stone inscriptions, and specialising in limestone!
Over 18 years experience
Located in Cullen
phone: 085 256 8247 / facebook
Cullen Pipe Band
Piping and Drumming Classes
This Monday evening
10th September from 6pm
Cullen Pipe Band Hall
Enquiries 087 2347651
Members of Cullen Pipe Band congratulate fellow piper – Kathleen Houlihan on her wedding to Damien O’Carroll last Saturday 1st September in Cullen Church.
Back by popular demand following the success of last year’s super night of dance, music and entertainment, Cullen Pipe Band are hosting a great night of entertainment on Culture night Friday 21 September in Cullen Hall.
Honoured to have, fresh from the World Championships in Glasgow, performances from Cullen Pipe Band Pipers and Drummers.
Singing, Dancing, Music and Story Telling performances from the All Ireland Comhaltas Championships in Drogheda and All Ireland Scór Championships in Sligo plus Munster and County Scór Championships performances will take place.
The local choir from the Community Games All Ireland in Limerick University will also perform on the night.
8p.m. SHARP or arrive earlier to let the students young and old try out the Pipes and the Drums on the night. TEA/COFFEE refreshments.
See Cork County Culture Night for more events
Tessie Kelleher, Cullen, celebrated her hundred years young birthday last night at the Sandpit House Pub Dromtariffe at the Irish Trad Night with her family and friends where she comes without fail too once a month! Although Tessie’s birthday isn’t until this coming Friday, she will be waiting for the cheque from the president of Ireland! She still ran rings around us all and enjoyed the music, dancing, cake, finger food and laughter in her honour! There is another party planned for Saturday in Cullen for family, Have an amazing time Tess! Your an inspiration to us All!! – article thanks to Tom
more photos below… [read more …] “Tessie Celebrates her Hundredth Birthday”
The death has occurred on Monday 6th August 2018 of Paudie O’Keeffe, Cullen Village. Passed away peacefully in the presence of his family in Marymount Hospice, brother of the late Tadghie and Liam. Sadly missed by his loving wife Nora, deeply regretted by his his sister Nora Mary, brothers Jeff, Donie and Batt, brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.
Reposing at the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Cullen on Tuesday from 5.30pm to 8pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only, donations to Marymount Hospice. 
Millstreet Vintage Club Charity Truck Run in aid of Jacob who was Born without Eyes on next Sunday July 29th,the Truck Run will depart from the K&L Yard in Millstreet at 12 Noon, the General Public are more than welcome to come along and view the Trucks either before the Start or Back at the finish at the K&L Yard or why not come out and support them as they pass along the Route on the day and here is a list of places the Run will be passing through,starting in Millstreet heading to Sandpit House Cross,Ballymaquirke Cross,Kanturk,Newmarket,Boherbue,Kiskeam,on to Ballydesmond where Run will turn left before Ballydesmond Village and on to the Knocknagree Road,going past Munster Joinery,on down to Knocknagree then on to Rathmore turning left at Dennehys Corner and continue on for Cullen and outside Cullen turning Right for Derinagree down past the Church in Derinagree and turning Right at Lower Keale Cross and back into Millstreet to the Finish at the K and L Yard,this should take 2hrs approx, for more details contact Mike P Kelleher on 087 2929430.
Last weekends Imokilly Mini Stages Rally produced some great results for the local crews that made the trip to East Cork to compete in what was a very tough and challenging Event in dry but very warm conditions,there was Success for Mike P Kelleher/Iarla McCarthy who emerged victorious in Class 10 in there Mark2 Escort who in turn were closely followed home by Denis O`Brien/Ryan O`Brien Opel Corsa who finished 2nd in the Class just 29 seconds further back to make it a Millstreet domination of the Top 2 places in Class 10,there was also success in Class 9 for Derry Collins/Declan Casey in there Vauxhall Nova who won there Class quite comfortably after a fantastic Run,unfortunately there was no luck for Don Moynihan/Sean Collins from Cullen in there Ford Escort who retired on Stage 2,the Rally was won by David Condell in his Ford Escort following the retirement of Barry Meade in his Mark2 Escort on Stage 5 while leading the Event comfortably,meanwhile at the other End of the Country last Saturday on the Down Rally Ballydaly Co-Driver Liam Moynihan who along with his Driver Desi Henry in there Skoda Fabia R5 had a great result to finish the Event in 2nd place overall,after 11 tough stages the Skoda Crew finished just over 20 seconds behind Event Winner Johnny Greer who was competing in the latest version of the Citroen R5.
Photos Courtesy of Alan Noonan Photography, and Adam Hall Photos.