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Michael Kennedy of Dromod, Co. Leitrim and Curator supreme of the renowned Cavan and Leitrim Railway Museum (see website) has very kindly presented Millstreet Museum with a number of superbly preserved Eurovision Flags from 1993 Eurovision. How the flags got to Leitrim is most interesting and the story has been recorded for later transmission on radio ("Radio Treasures") and on television (LTV2 online). A million thanks to Michael who on Thursday night (3rd Sept. 2015) diverted his journey from Leitrim to Dungavan to deliver the precious flags to Millstreet. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Michael Kennedy of Dromod, Co. Leitrim and Curator supreme of the renowned Cavan and Leitrim Railway Museum (see cavanandleitrim.com) has very kindly presented Millstreet Museum with a number of superbly preserved Eurovision Flags from the 1993 Eurovision in Millstreet. How the flags got to Leitrim is most interesting and the story has been recorded for later transmission on radio (“Radio Treasures”) and on television (LTV2 online). A million thanks to Michael who on Thursday night (3rd Sept. 2015) diverted his journey from Leitrim to Dungavan to deliver the precious flags to Millstreet. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

4Michael Kennedy presents Eurovision Flags to Museum -8002Michael Kennedy presents Eurovision Flags to Museum -800Michael has featured in many famous films through his phenomenal knowledge of all kinds of vintage transport.   Many historic items from his Museum have been used in highly regarded films.   His dedication to the preservation of vintage transport especially the railway world is totally inspiring.   In the 1980s he visited Millstreet when as we so clearly recall a traction engine was welcomed into Millstreet by Millstreet Pipe Band in a fundraising project for the preservation of the world of Steam.   It travelled slowly from Fenit to Mallow (as far as we recall).  Michael is so very helpful in sharing his vast knowledge of vintage such as the picture below where he explains that the original fireman’s hat is made of continue reading…

Could you give an hour a week to speak English with an asylum seeker?

Many of the daily tasks that we take for granted such as shopping, visiting the doctor, helping children with homework, are extremely difficult when English is not your first language. We need volunteers to help asylum seekers improve their English? Support and resources will be provided.

For further information contact Mike Riordan, Drishane Castle (086) 4106364.

Here we share the first of the pictorial features taken by Photographer supreme, Geraldine Dennehy at the recent wonderfully successful 70s and 80s event held in the Wallis Arms Hotel and1Trevor's 70s & 80s event for Irish Heart Foundation -800 13Trevor's 70s & 80s event for Irish Heart Foundation -800 22Trevor's 70s & 80s event for Irish Heart Foundation -800 33Trevor's 70s & 80s event for Irish Heart Foundation -800 superbly coordinated by Trevor O’Connor and his dedicated Team  – all in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation.   Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

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Greetings, dear Friends, from Millstreet as we share  Regional Report No. 1281 on Tuesday 1st Sept. 2015.  Full audio details of this week’s report may be accessed through the c103 website (www.c103.ie).  

Eily Buckley (for whom I’m presently deputising) is making great progress following her recent knee procedure.

Millstreet International Horse Trials last weekend – were totally magical at the exquisite Drishane Estate and at Green Glens.   Some really important personages from the Equestrian World were present and expressed their heartfelt enthusiasm at the splendour of the overall setting especially the magic of the Drishane Cross Country Course.    And also blessed with ideal weather conditions on Sunday, 30th August the annual September Horse Fair in Millstreet Town brought a large number of colourful standings while there appeared to be a decrease in the number of horses.

We thank Daniel Igigabel of Pommerit le Vicomte for very kindly updating us with some excellent pictures on the current visit of members of  Millstreet Twinning Association in Brittany for the 30th Anniversary of our official twinning between our two communities.   continue reading…

Millstreet Community Council Gym was officially opened on Monday evening, 31st August 2015 in the presence of a large attendance. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Millstreet Community Council Gym was officially opened on Monday evening, 31st August 2015 in the presence of a large attendance.   Many commented on the magnificence of the new Centre and also on Brian O’Leary’s exquisite mural in memory of Aidan Burke which appears on the front wall of the newly restored Gym.  Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

Denis Neenan is the Coordinator supreme of the new superbly renovated Gym. Pictured here with nieces and nephews.

Denise Neenan is the Coordinator supreme of the new superbly renovated Gym. Pictured here with nieces and nephews.

5Official Opening of Community Gym 31 Aug. 2015 -800Full details of the new Gym will follow shortly on our website.   Every success to Denise on this hugely significant milestone in the development of this excellent health and fitness facility here in Millstreet.   Brendan Murphy and I recorded the important event for continue reading…


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The wonderful tradition of Millstreet's September Horse Fair continued on Sunday, 30th August 2015 and was blessed with glorious weather conditions. Among the many visitors to the town for the annual occasion was a family with Rockchapel roots including identical twin boys. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

The wonderful tradition of Millstreet’s September Horse Fair continued on Sunday, 30th August 2015 and was blessed with glorious weather conditions. Among the many visitors to the town for the annual occasion was a family with Rockchapel roots including identical twin boys. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

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It was such a busy Sunday in Millstreet with the International Equestrian Event at Drishane and the equally successful Vintage Open Day at Lackabawn.   Let’s view some extra images from the colourful Fair continue reading…

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Connie (Chico) Hickey MAIN STREET, MILLSTREET. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT and FIRST ANNIVERSARY Died on September 1, 2014.  The family of the late CONNIE HICKEY would like to thank everyone who sympathised with them in their time of grief on his sudden death. Thanks to all who attended the Rosary, removal, funeral Mass and burial; to all who sent Mass cards, sympathy cards and floral tributes; to the people who stewarded at his removal and to all who organised and took part in the guards of honour. Thanks to all our relatives, neighbours and friends who were so helpful at the time of Connie’s death.We would like to thank Declan Desmond who was first to Connie’s assistance, his friends and neighbours at Saint Joseph’s Gardens who were so helpful that morning, Dr.O’Grady and the emergency service who tried so hard to revive Connie, Canon John Fitzgerald, Sharon Lane and sacristan Julie Brady who were so helpful throughout the week, Canon John Fitzgerald, Fr. Paddy O’Byrne and Fr. SeánTucker who concelebrated the funeral Mass. We thank Tarrant’s Undertakers and their staff Cora and Timmie for all their professionalism and kindness. We are grateful to Millstreet GAA for the use of the GAA hall after the burial. As a mark of gratitude to you all, Mass has been offered for your intentions. First Anniversary Mass will take place on Saturday, September 5 at 6:30pm.

The wonderful Wedding of Denise O'Shea and Tom Casey took place at St. Patrick's Church, Millstreet on Saturday, 29th August 2015. We wish Tom & Denise every happiness in the years ahead. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

The wonderful Wedding of Denise O’Shea and Tom Casey took place at St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on Saturday, 29th August 2015. We wish Tom & Denise every happiness in the years ahead. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

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Some of the Millstreet Twinning Group all set this morning to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of our twinning with Pommerit le Vicomte in Brittany.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Some of the Millstreet Twinning Group all set this morning to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of our twinning with Pommerit le Vicomte in Brittany. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

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All in readiness at Drishane for the International Horse Trials with the Cross Country dimension taking place on Sunday 30th August 2015 in the exquisite setting. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

All in readiness at Drishane for the International Horse Trials with the Cross Country dimension taking place on Sunday 30th August 2015 in the exquisite setting.   Green Glens is also looking splendid for Saturday’s Showjumping and Dressage.  Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

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We thank Justin Black for his superb coverage of the hugely historic and important event of 22nd August 2015 in Millstreet. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

We thank Justin Black for his superb coverage of the hugely historic and important event of 22nd August 2015 in Millstreet. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Justin's actual P. Pearse event 6Justin's actual P. Pearse event 3Lots more splendid images may also be viewed on the Justborn Photography Page continue reading…

Greetings, dear Friends, from Millstreet as we share  Regional Report No. 1280 on Tuesday 25th August 2015. 

We wish to extend our heartfelt and sincere sympathy to the dear Parents and the entire Family and Friends of the late Eimear O’Mahony, Inchileigh, Millstreet who so very sadly has gone to her Eternal Reward.   Beautiful Eimear whose totally wonderful smile, sincere friendliness and constant cheerfulness brought real sunshine into the lives of so many – will be very greatly missed.   Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.

I got to meet  Eily Buckley (for whom I’m presently deputising) during the week and the inspiring Eily wishes to extend her deep appreciation for the many supportive messages which she has been receiving.

Millstreet International Horse Trials this weekend – 29th and 30th August is attracting participants from several nations.  The focus on the Saturday 29th will be at the very colourful Green Glens Arena while the exquisite Drishane Estate will be the focus on Sunday and this is now being so very comprehensively prepared and should look truly magical for the highly prestigious International Equestrian Event on Sunday. continue reading…

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O’MAHONY (Millstreet): On August 24, 2015, EIMEAR DENISE, peacefully, at ICU Beaumont, in the caring presence of Derry, her beloved fiancé and best friend, her loving and adoring family Jerry, Anne Marie, Mary and Niamh, extended O’Mahony and Cooney families and friends. Sadly missed by her nana Gobnait, aunts, uncles, cousins, work colleagues and lifelong friends.

Reposing at her home, in Inchileigh on today, Wednesday, with Vigil Prayers at 8pm. Requiem Mass on tomorrow, Thursday, at 12 noon in St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Burial afterwards in St Mary’s Cemetery. Family flowers only, please. Donations, in lieu, to Beaumont Hospital.

Hakuna Matata.

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Artist Brian O'Leary's brief radio interview will feature on "Radio Treasures" tonight (25th August 2015) at 10pm in a programmes which on this occasion features reflective, spiritual and classical music.  Click on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Artist Brian O’Leary‘s brief radio interview as he completed his most impressive Mural will feature on “Radio Treasures” tonight (25th August 2015) at 10pm in a programme which on this occasion features reflective, spiritual and classical music. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)  

                 www.corkmusicstation.com  brings you to the internet radio channel on which we broadcast.

Millstreet Pipe Band prepares to leave for Béal na mBláth Commemoration 2015 this afternoon (23rd August). For many years the Band has been playing at this highly prestigious historic event. Click on the image to enlarge.   (S.R.)

Millstreet Pipe Band prepares to leave for Béal na mBláth Commemoration 2015 this afternoon (23rd August). For many years the Band has been playing at this highly prestigious historic event. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

What a very busy weekend it has been – Full features will follow in the days ahead from the many local activities which are illustrated below.  All these occasions took place between Friday, 21st August and Saturday, 22nd August 2015.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)1Upcoming features from 21st & 22nd August 2015 -800

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U21 Hurling Championship Replay

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Result: Millstreet 1-13 Dromtariffe 0-4

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Monday night 24th August, at 7pm in Dromtariffe

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1 year old golden retriever missing in the Millstreet area. He's white in colour and wearing a blue collar. If anyone sees this dog, please contact (087) 9488889 immediately. He is not familiar with the area. Thanks. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

One year old golden retriever missing in the Millstreet area. He’s white in colour and wearing a blue collar. If anyone sees this dog, please contact (087) 9488889 immediately. He is not familiar with the area. Thanks.  And we’re delighted to be informed that the very fine pet dog has been found safe and sound and had been given reassuring care while missing.    A very happy outcome…and that famous lost-found prayer may well have had a part in the overall happening!
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Sincere thanks to Photographer supreme, Justin Black for capturing the putting in place this morning by the three superb Craftsmen of the hugely impressive Pádraig Pearse plaque at Corkery's Bar, West End, Millstreet which will be officially launch tomorrow night at 7.30 (22nd August 2015).   Many thanks also to Jerry Lehane for alerting us to the placement of this all-important permanent reminder of Pádraig Pearse's visit to Millstreet on 22nd August 1915.   Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Sincere thanks to Photographer supreme, Justin Black for capturing the putting in place this morning by the three superb Craftsmen of the hugely impressive Pádraig Pearse plaque at Corkery’s Bar, West End, Millstreet which will be officially launched tomorrow night at 7.30 (22nd August 2015).  Many thanks also to Jerry Lehane for alerting us to the placement of this all-important permanent reminder of Pádraig Pearse’s visit to Millstreet on 22nd August 1915. Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

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Pictured with Bina & Liam Burke, Artist supreme Brian O'Leary has just completed a truly magnificent new Mural in memory of Aidan Burke. The original Mural attracted the great admiration of many since Brian completed it in 2003. The new creation with its splendid colours and meaningful words has already received much praise. The central image of the sun is so very appropriate in that it symbolises how the wonderfully popular Aidan had brought very real sunlight into the lives of many. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Pictured with Bina & Liam Burke, Artist supreme Brian O’Leary has just completed a truly magnificent new Mural in memory of Aidan Burke. The original Mural attracted the great admiration of many since Brian completed it in 2003. The new creation with its splendid colours and meaningful words has already received much praise. The central image of the sun is so very appropriate in that it symbolises how the wonderfully popular Aidan had brought very real sunlight into the lives of so many. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

7Brian O'Leary's new Mural for Aidan - August 2015 -80017Brian O'Leary's new Mural for Aidan - August 2015 -8006Brian O'Leary's new Mural for Aidan - August 2015 -8003Brian O'Leary's new Mural for Aidan - August 2015 -800Let us now view some further images showing the development of Brian’s marvellous Mural over the past few days.   An audio recording of Brian as he worked on the creation may be heard on Tuesday, 25th August 2015 at 10.00 p.m. on “Radio Treasures” on www.corkmusicstation.com .  The Mural is situated on the front wall of Millstreet Community Gym near the entrance to continue reading…

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A plaque will be unveiled next Saturday evening at 7:30pm at Corkery’s Bar, commemorating the visit of Patrick Pearse, a hundred years to the day.

ppPatrick Pearse became  the Irish Volunteers’ Director of Military Organisation in 1914 and by 1915 he was on the IRB’s Supreme Council, and its secret Military Council, the core group that began planning for a Rising. In that role he visited Millstreet on 22 August 1915 to meet local IRB members and Volunteers. The following are brief accounts of the visit.

“A Unit of the Irish Volunteers had been formed locally in 1914 after the disintegration of the National Volunteers. It was so painstakingly organised that it was considered by the Volunteer Executive in Dublin to be a suitable nucleus for organising the Duhallow and Muskerry districts. Accordingly they sent Pádraig Pearse to Millstreet to address a meeting of the public and a convention of Volunteers. Pearse’s visit on August 22nd was ostensibly for the local Feis and sports.

1Jerry Lehane and 1915 Poster -800The advertised programme is pictured on the right. The organisers were: Tom Griffin and Seamus (Jimmy) Hickey. As the visit took place only a fortnight after his famous oration at the grave of O’Donovan Rossa it attracted a lot of attention, not least from the R.I.C.

However, Pearse slipped through them and made his way to the football field. There he addressed several thousand people who had assembled to enjoy a real Gaelic day and to listen to the gospel of Irish patriotism as preached by its greatest exponent of the time. His address reawakened in many the dormant spirit of Irish patriotism inherited from an unyielding and freedom loving ancestry. More than a few resolved that to give their lives if necessary that Ireland might be free.

Amongst those present were Jeremiah O’Reardon and Jim Buckley, who had been active with the Fenians in 1867, and many veterans of the Land War of the 1880s. Other were mere boys who had learned well the history of their native land.

Following a conference with Pearse, these men and others set to work to expand the organisation of the Volunteers. When the R.I.C. realised that Pearse had evaded them their chagrin was of a high order. However, they had the ‘privilege’ of standing guard outside the Railway Hotel whilst Pearse had an evening meal inside. It is a significant fact that all those known to be associated with his visit were either interned or had to go on the run the following year.”

(“Millstreet’s Green and Gold” by Jim Cronin, 1984)

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Tonight’s “Radio Treasures” features our Regional Report at 9.50pm.   We also hear superb singer from Scotland, Johnny Bremner and learn about his Mobile Church at 10.15pm.   We include our “Fascinating Facts” feature.   And lots of great music.  Feel welcome to text the programme or send a message to the “Seán Radley” Facebook Page.   To access just log into www.corkmusicstation.com .  Happy Listening!    (S.R.)

Greetings, dear Friends, from Millstreet as we share Regional Report No. 1279 on Tuesday 18th August 2015. 

To hear this Report Live just tune into www.corkmusicstation.com tonight (Tuesday, 18th August ) at 9.50.  It is also possible to hear the report on c103 Local Radio from Wednesday.

Listen above to the latest Regional Report – from C103

To begin – We’re delighted to report that Eily Buckley (for whom I’m presently deputising) is recovering splendidly from her recent knee replacement procedure and wishes to extend her deep appreciation for the many supportive messages which she has been receiving.   And very special thanks to Poet supreme, Francis Duggan in Australia for his dedicated to Eily poem entitled “The Female Voice of Millstreet”. We shall keep you updated regarding Eily’s swift recovery to excellent health.

Millstreet International Annual Horse Show at exquisite Green Glens Arena was truly magical and hugely successful with some of the best weather of this Summer.  The live internet broadcast going worldwide through “Clip My Horse TV” was magnificent transmitting many hours of equestrian happenings on a daily basis with marvellous commentary and tremendous uplifting comments about the overall Millstreet atmosphere.  And, of course, a further major equestrian two-day event – the Millstreet International Horse Trials – takes place on 29th and 30th August.   It was Billy Twomey for Ireland on “Ardcolum Duke” who won the prestigious Grand Prix Championship on Sunday.  At one point during Show Week Press Officer supreme, Tadhg Ryan, arranged to feature a 1986 Millstreet Show video on the gigantic outdoor screen.  What a surprise I got when I could hear my own voice echoing through the Arena.  I had in fact done the commentary on that very same video in 1986 and never expected to be viewing with many others between competitions some nineteen years later!  Memories recorded for posterity. continue reading…

A wonderful celebration marking the Golden Jubilee of Sr. Mary Lucey as a Presentation Sister took place at Springfort Hall Hotel near Mallow on Sunday afternoon, 16th August 2015.   Among the attendance at the special Mass celebrated by Fr. Donal Lucey were members of Sr. Mary's own Family and Relatives as well as many of her Secondary School Class Friends.   Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

A wonderful celebration marking the Golden Jubilee of Sr. Mary Lucey (of Rathcoole & Millstreet) as a Presentation Sister took place at Springfort Hall Hotel near Mallow on Sunday afternoon, 16th August 2015. Among the attendance at the special Mass celebrated by Fr. Donal Lucey followed by a splendid meal were members of Sr. Mary’s own Family and Relatives as well as many of her Secondary School Class Friends. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

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We share images of some of the Students having received their results of the Leaving Cert. 2015.   Above: From left: Conor Twomey, Conor O’Sullivan, Edel Breen, Marie Farrell, Krystian Wolak and Nathan Harman.  (All pictures by Seán Radley)

We share images of some of the Students having received their results of the Leaving Cert. 2015. Above: From left: Conor Twomey, Conor O’Sullivan, Edel Breen, Marie Farrell, Krystian Wolak and Nathan Harman.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (All pictures by Seán Radley)

3.Students receiving their Leaving Cert. Results at Millstreet Community School on Wednesday morning.  From left:  Principal, Pat Pigott, Siobhán Sheehan, Paul O’Connor, Muireann Buckley and Deputy Principal, Frances Moynihan.

 Students receiving their Leaving Cert. Results at Millstreet Community School on Wednesday morning. From left: Principal, Pat Pigott, Siobhán Sheehan, Paul O’Connor, Muireann Buckley and Deputy Principal, Frances Moynihan.

tudents receiving their Leaving Cert. Results at Millstreet Community School on Wednesday morning.   From left:  Principal, Pat Pigott, Kieran Casey, Chelsea Byrne, Nadine Scott, Darragh Hickey and Deputy Principal, Frances Moynihan.

Students receiving their Leaving Cert. Results at Millstreet Community School on Wednesday morning. From left: Principal, Pat Pigott, Kieran Casey, Chelsea Byrne, Nadine Scott, Darragh Hickey and Deputy Principal, Frances Moynihan.

1.Student Edel Breen with Principal, Pat Pigott receiving her Leaving Cert. Results at Millstreet Community School on Wednesday morning.

Student Edel Breen with Principal, Pat Pigott receiving her Leaving Cert. Results at Millstreet Community School on Wednesday morning.

Student,  Ellie Dineen having received her Leaving Cert. Results at Millstreet Community School on Wednesday morning.

Student Ellie Dineen having received her Leaving Cert. Results at Millstreet Community School on Wednesday morning.

 

Members of Millstreet Pipe Band prepare to travel by coach to the Kingdom of Kerry for the official parade of the Rose of Tralee Festival 2015.   The Band has the unique honour of appearing at all of the 55 previous Tralee events.   Click on the images to enlarge.

Members of Millstreet Pipe Band prepare to travel by coach to the Kingdom of Kerry for the official parade on Saturday, 15th August of the Rose of Tralee Festival 2015. The Band has the unique honour of appearing at all of the 55 previous Tralee events. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

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http://www.c103.ie/News-Local-Info/Regional-Reports/Article?itemid=19

Above is the audio, and the audio link to this week’s Regional Report (Tuesday, 11th August 2015)  … S.R.

We thank Orlaith for the Posters.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

We thank Orlaith for the Posters.  Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

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