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The truly magnificent setting at Drishane Cross Country Course is fully ready for today and tomorrow’s International Eventing.   We encourage you to visit either day to experience such a wonderfully magical experience.  Here we share images recorded on Thursday evening as preparations were ongoing.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.68Drishane Cross Country Course August 2016 -600

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While Drishane Cross Country Course will be the exquisite setting for the international equestrian events of Friday and Saturday we take you on a tour of Green Glens as it so wonderfully looked on Thursday, 25th August 2016.   Blessed with glorious sunshine the focus was on the marvellously graceful Dressage and energetic Showjumping activities.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)40International Horse Trials at Green Glens 25th Aug. 2016 -600 20International Horse Trials at Green Glens 25th Aug. 2016 -600 26International Horse Trials at Green Glens 25th Aug. 2016 -600 3International Horse Trials at Green Glens 25th Aug. 2016 -600 22International Horse Trials at Green Glens 25th Aug. 2016 -600And we continue our colourful tour. continue reading…

Childminder required to mind three children in their own home in Millstreet from end of August.  Monday to Friday.  Teachers hours . References required.
Contact 087 2876763 . 

Fr. Paddy O'Byrne congratulates Phil Twomey (on left) and Margaret Bourke on their recent retirement following many splendid years of wonderfully dedicated service at Millstreet Credit Union both at Church Street in the former setting and also at the present Credit Union Centre in The Square.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Fr. Paddy O’Byrne congratulates Phil Twomey (on left) and Margaret Bourke on their recent retirement following many splendid years of wonderfully dedicated service at Millstreet Credit Union both at Church Street in the former setting and also at the present Credit Union Centre in The Square. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Margaret & Phil wish to express heartfelt appreciation for the many flowers, Mass Bouquet Cards, Greeting Cards, Texts, Emails, Gifts and very kind words of thanks - all received in recent weeks when it became known that Phil and Margaret had retired from Millstreet Credit Union.  Their friendliness, assistance and advice was greatly valued by so many.  Every happiness, fulfilment and contentment to both throughout a long, healthy and relaxing retirement.

Margaret & Phil wish to express heartfelt appreciation for the many flowers, Mass Bouquet Cards, Greeting Cards, Texts, Emails, Gifts and very kind words of thanks – all received in recent weeks when it became known that Phil and Margaret had retired from Millstreet Credit Union. Their friendliness, assistance and advice was greatly valued by so many. Every happiness, fulfilment and contentment to both throughout a long, healthy and relaxing retirement.  Pictured here at “Nibbles”, West End, this morning.

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Numerous wonderfully colourful signs and posters are in evidence in Cork and Kerry for Cork Rose Denise Collins who is from Knocknaloman in the county of Cork – an exquisite setting between Millstreet and Rathmore.  Denise also features on the front page of today’s “Irish Examiner” looking absolutely magnificent.  We shall all be looking out for Denise on television tonight during this hugely popular event live from Tralee.   We all wish Denise the very best of luck as the representative supreme of Cork in the Rose of Tralee 2016.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) 1Denise Collins Cork Rose 2016 -6003Denise Collins Cork Rose 2016 -6004Denise Collins Cork Rose 2016 -600 continue reading…

mount leader house in it's day

This photo of Mount Leader is from around 1909. More recent photos are below.
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On this Sunday, 21st August 2016 President Michael D. Higgins will officially open the new state-of-the-art Independence Museum at Kilmurry (near Lissarda) following his delivery of the Michael Collins oration at nearby Béal na Bláth (at which Millstreet Pipe Band perform annually).  The original Kilmurry Museum was named the Terence McSwiney Museum because of his close connection with the area.   Several years ago before the official opening of Millstreet Museum in 1980 I recall visiting that impressive Museum where Mrs. O’Sullivan gave me such a wonderful welcome and provided a superb guided tour of the splendid Centre.  To mark this Sunday’s historic event we here feature from our Lucey-Coleman Collection at Millstreet Museum a truly historic Terence McSwiney & Family Badge – part of a larger selection of important medals and badges.   We hope to share images from this Sunday’s Kilmurry event at a later point. Incidentally, due to further very generous contributions towards our recent annual church gate collection for Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Website – our final amount has reached a much appreciated €1,820.00 for which we are truly grateful. Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)3Terence McSwiney Badge at Millstreet Museum -6002Terence McSwiney Badge at Millstreet Museum -6004Terence McSwiney Badge at Millstreet Museum -6001Terence McSwiney Badge at Millstreet Museum -600

This morning we pictured some of the Millstreet Community School Students with Principal Pat Piggott and Deputy Principal, Frances Kearney as Leaving Cert Results were made available. We wish the many Students every success for the future. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

This morning we pictured some of the Millstreet Community School Students with Principal Pat Pigott and Deputy Principal, Frances Moynihan as Leaving Cert Results were made available. We wish the many Students every success for the future. We thank Marion Buckley for assisting in the captions.  Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)   From left:  Pat Pigott (Principal) Marc Schmiedel, Stefan Healy, Megan O’Leary, Darren Kiely, Ellie May Bradley, Padraig Maguire,  Frances Moynihan (Deputy Principal).

 Pat Pigott (Principal), Shauna O’Sullivan, Terence Black, Mikey Burke, Jason O’Connor, Frances Moynihan (Deputy Principal)

From left: Pat Pigott (Principal), Shauna O’Sullivan, Terence Black, Mikey Burke, Jason O’Connor, Frances Moynihan (Deputy Principal);

 Frances Moynihan (Deputy Principal), Jack Brady, Seán Óg O’Connor, Dylan Condon, Pat Pigott (Principal).

From left: Frances Moynihan (Deputy Principal), Jack Brady, Seán Óg O’Connor, Dylan Condon, Pat Pigott (Principal).

Celebrating at Café Aroma this morning the Leaving Cert Results just received - from left: Michael O'Keeffe, Michelle O'Sullivan, Anna Keane and Billy Cronin.

Celebrating at Café Aroma, Millstreet this morning the Leaving Cert Results just received – from left: Michael O’KeeffeShauna O’Sullivan, Anna Keane and Billy Cronin.

The death has occurred of Ethna (Colleen) CROWLEY (née Shaw)
Lucan, Dublin / Millstreet, Cork / Dungarvan, Waterford.

Crowley (Nee Shaw) (Lucan and formerly of Millstreet and Dungarvan) August 15th 2016 (peacefully) in the loving care of the staff at The Hermitage Hospital, Ethna (Colleen) beloved wife of the late Ted and dear mother of Henry, Mary, Teddy, Pam and the late Con and Joan. Sadly missed by her loving family, son-in-law Gerry, daughters-in-law Gina, Mary and Julie, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Rest in Peace.

Removal from Cunningham’s Funeral Home, Lucan to St. Patrick’s Church, Esker on Thursday morning for Requiem Mass at 11:00 O’clock followed by burial in Esker Cemetery. continue reading…

Duhallow junior A Hurling semi-final

Result: Millstreet 0-7 Banteer 2-13 🙁

in

Dromtariffe pitch 

@ 7pm

Tuesday 16th August

Support will be greatly appreciated

As the many equestrian transport vehicles left Millstreet on Sunday evening it marked a further superb success of the continuing Showjumping Events at exquisite Green Glens. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

As the many equestrian transport vehicles left Millstreet on Sunday evening it marked a further superb success of the continuing Showjumping Events at exquisite Green Glens. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

4Showjumping Success at Green Glens Aug. 2016 -600 3Showjumping Success at Green Glens Aug. 2016 -600 2Showjumping Success at Green Glens Aug. 2016 -600 1Showjumping Success at Green Glens Aug. 2016 -600Maureen, Mgt & Seán Aug. 2016-800-600Among the prestigious Judges present for the many international competitions during the past week was Neil O’Connor of West End – now residing with his Family in the USA. continue reading…

1960s Millstreet GirlsMany thanks to Kevin McDermott who sent us this lovely photo of some Millstreet girls taken early in the 1960s by his wife Noreen (nee Cronin, Murphy’s Terrace). Noreen thinks the photo may have been taken outside of Reardon’s Pub in the Main Street.

This week in Green Glens: Millstreet Horse Show is Ireland’s largest annual equestrian event and the only CSI*** to be held here, and has become Ireland’s largest shop window for the Equestrian Industry and young horse classes feature strongly; including the renowned Young Irelander loose jumping for 3 year old horses and the National Discovery for 4 year olds.The show features classes that cater for all age levels and grades with a full range of National classes as well as the final of the Coolmore Young Champion of Ireland series. It started on Wednesday and ends this Sunday. Clip My Horse are back and have the following two videos, one on the horse show, and the other on the welcome at Millstreet Museum


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Rita HickeyThe death has occurred of Rita HICKEY (née Kelly) 4 West End, Millstreet, Co. Cork.

Hickey (née Kelly) Rita, 4 West End, Millstreet, Co. Cork, on August 11th 2016, peacefully in the tender loving care of Strawhall Nursing Home, Fermoy. Beloved wife of the late Garrett and mother of the late Colette and Gearóid. Deeply regretted by her loving family, sons Donagh and Michael, daughters Breeda, Marian and Clare, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, sister-in-law, relatives and a wide circle of friends.

Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home Friday 12th from 6pm followed by removal at 8pm to St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Requiem Mass Saturday at 12 noon, funeral afterwards to St. Mary’s Cemetery.

Beannacht Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.
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We thank Greg for the colourful Poster.  Click on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

We thank Greg for the colourful Poster. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

Pitch and Putt Club
A great evening was enjoyed by all at the presentation of the Aidan Burke Memorial Trophy by Aidan’s parents Bina and Liam and his sister Gillian at the Millstreet Pitch and Putt Clubhouse on Saturday 6th August.
The Burke family presented the beautiful trophy to the winning captain Fia Hurley who was ably assisted by her team mates Shane Browne,James Hickey, Denis Breen, Denis Kiely and Aoife Casey.
In second place was Team B consisting of Oran Kiely (captain), Micheal Hurley, Chris Twomey, Matt Dennehy, Jamie Kelleher, and Evan O’Mahony.
In third place was Team E consisting of Nicholas Buckley (captain), Pat Breen, Shane Cremin, Michael Twomey,Darren O’Sullivan and Mairead Reen.
We thank Joan Casey for the Report and the Picture. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

We thank Joan Casey for the Report and the Picture. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

 

We extend sincere thanks to all the wonderfully generous people who so very kindly contributed to our Annual Church Gate Collection last weekend.  In addition we wish to acknowledge a truly superb contribution from Patrick O’Leary in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.  Many thanks also to Tony O’Connor in Tralee who annually sends a cheque in support of our work.  The concrete support and encouragement of the Drishane Sisters is greatly appreciated.  And the very generous support for our www.millstreet.ie community website from the Wallis Arms Hotel is sincerely welcomed and will greatly assist our worldwide sharing of Millstreet news and features on a daily basis.   Here we feature the splendid team of helpers at our church gate collection 2016.  Adding all the excellent contributions – the total amount collected is a fantastic €1,774.00 plus €20.00.   (S.R.)3Millstreet Museum & Website Collection 2016 -6002Millstreet Museum & Website Collection 2016 -6001Millstreet Museum & Website Collection 2016 -6004Millstreet Museum & Website Collection 2016 -6005Millstreet Museum & Website Collection 2016 -600And some more pictures of the dedicated team. continue reading…

John Sing Memorial Trophy

Team A                                             Team D                        

                                                                  

Conor Casey( Captain )                   Cian O’Connor  Colm (Captain)

James Hickey                                   Ciaran Murphy

Denis Kiely                                       Jimmy O’Sullivan

Shane Cremin                                  Colm Frazer

Pat Breen                                         Denis Murphy

Mairead Reen                                  Deirdre Looney

Conor Kelleher                                Oran Kiely

 

Team B                                             Team E

 

Sean Murphy (Captain)                   Evan O’Mahony (Captain)    

Denis Breen                                      Matt Dennehy

John Twomey                                   Matt Murphy

Colm O’Connor                               Chris Twomey

Donagh Tarrant                               Jamie Kelleher

Tom O’Connor                                 Bill Kelleher

Nicholas Buckley                             Fia Hurley

 

Team C                                            Team F

 

Aoife Casey (Captain)                      Cian O’Connor Mags (Captain)

Frank Reen                                                Brian O’Sullivan

Kieran Frazer                                  Michael Twomey

Micheal Hurley                                Shane Browne

Michael  Breen                                 Joan Casey

Darren O’Sullivan                            Lauren Corcoran

Ronan Corcoran                              Padraig Sheehan 

TO BE PLAYED EITHER ON FRIDAY EVENING  12th AUGUST  @ 7PM OR SATURDAY  13th AUGUST  @ 3PM.

PRESENTATION OF PRIZES ON TUESDAY EVENING 16th  AUGUST AFTER 6PM SCRAMBLE

Many thanks to Joan Casey for this important Pitch & Putt Club Information.  (S.R.)

We wish to extend a warm welcome to Patrick Linehan and his mother Catherine who are holidaying in Millstreet at the moment.  Patrick is an avid follower of Millstreet.ie. Patrick was in Killarney last night enjoying some Thai food and was trying to chat up some of the staff in the restaurant…apparently she wasn’t much of a conversationalist! J From all your cousins in Ireland

We wish to extend a warm welcome to Patrick Linehan and his mother Catherine who are holidaying in Millstreet at the moment. Patrick is an avid follower of Millstreet.ie.
Patrick was in Killarney last night enjoying some Thai food and was trying to chat up some of the staff in the restaurant…Apparently she wasn’t much of a conversationalist! J
From all your Cousins in Ireland….We thank Maree for the splendid picture and the wonderfully witty caption!  Click on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Regarding the very fine bicycle which has recently been found in Millstreet Town Park.  Would the gentleman who made contact by phone on Monday please contact Enquiries again on 029 21869.  (S.R.)

Millstreet Vintage & Classic Car Club are holding another Car Run after there very sucessful & enjoyable last trip out….. This Run is on next Sunday the 14th of August!! Sign on for Run in Dromtariffe Hall at 10.30 am, Local Route being used and to finish off the Day there is Dinner at Bobs Bar in Ballydesmond.
All Classic & Vintage Cars welcome!
For Details Contact Mike P Kelleher on 087 2929430.(Many Thanks to Tom Corbett for the Photo)MIKE P

PARISH NEWSLETTER

BALLYDALY-CULLEN-MILLSTREET

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 7th August, 2016

Canon John Fitzgerald P.P.

Tel Nos. Millstreet 029-70043/Mobile 087-7752948

Email:  millstreet @dioceseofkerry.ie    www.dioceseofkerry.ie

PARISH OFFICE OPENING HOURS:

MONDAY-TUESDAY- WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY

10.00a.m.-1.00p.m. & 2.00p.m.-5.00p.m.

Your prayers are requested for the repose of the souls of the following and for those whose anniversaries occur around this time, and for those for whom masses will be offered during the week:

RECENT DEATHS:             Joan McSweeney, Killarney & Rathduane

 

Mass Intentions this Week-end:

Saturday 6th August:

Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m.                  Michael O’Sullivan, Rathduane                         Sunday 7th August:                  

Ballydaly   9.00 a.m.                            Margaret Buckley & the deceased members                                                                   of the Buckley Family, Toorbonia                               Cullen      10.15 a.m.                         Donagh Hickey, Eagloune          

Millstreet 11.30 a.m.                          Peg & Bill Dunne, Murphy’s Terrace

Anniversaries:                             Kit Cashman, Tullig; Humphrey O’Donoghue, Aubane;  Mary Todd, Canon O’Donovan Centre;  Kate O’Driscoll, The Square; Philip O’Shea, Murphy’s Terrace; Hannah Barry, Murphy’s Terrace;  Johnny,  Liam, Kathleen & Catherine Buckley, Liscahane; Hugh Kelleher, Killowen; Fr. Dermot Nash; Mary Walsh, Cullen; Julia Cronin, Mologhroe; Billy Scannell, Rylane; Dan & Julia O’Donoghue, Ballineen; Peter Dudzik, Poland.   continue reading…

Because thjs annual collection is our only source of funding to maintain our Museum/Tourist Information Centre plus our only way of maintaining our Millstreet website www.millstreet.ie - we very much appreciate support at our Church gate Collection this weekend. We've always only held our Collection in Millstreet but if people in the Ballydaly and Cullen areas wish to support our efforts also it would indeed help to further enhance our services. Our main costings at the Museum are for insurance, heating, lighting and limited development. Our Millstreet website costs are for annual subscriptions towards

Because this annual collection is our only source of funding to maintain our Museum/Tourist Information Centre plus our only way of maintaining our Millstreet Website www.millstreet.ie – we very much appreciate support at our Church gate Collection this weekend outside St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. We’ve always only held our Collection in Millstreet but if people in the Ballydaly and Cullen areas wish to support our efforts also it would indeed help to further enhance our services. Our main costings at the Museum are for insurance, heating, lighting and limited development. Our Millstreet website costs are for annual subscriptions to our Server and also  for the use of our .ie domain name.  All those involved in both the Museum and the Website gladly work on a voluntary basis like so many others involved in other local organisations promoting the Community Spirit for which Millstreet has oftentimes been much praised.  Thanking you in anticipation of such wonderful continuing support – Seán Radley on behalf of Millstreet Museum Society and the Millstreet Website Team.

Recent American and Irish Visitors to Millstreet Museum.

Recent American and Irish Visitors to Millstreet Museum.

Stone upon stone the bell tower rises outside my window,
a protestant ruin of the village church. You belonged
to Drishane Castle. You belonged to the people.
The ringer gently bowed to the lintel, climbed
narrow stone steps spiraling, to call worshipers to holy communion.
Years later, Tidy Towns filled your belfry with a white-faced clock.
I raise the linen shade, wake to your dial, Black Roman numerals
go round and round. You move through my tea and egg.
I notice the time as I am off to the shop for the Guardian
and lamb. You are my companion as I play with poems
and read Passing Through. I stroll in the deep grass,
rubbing old tombstones, no longer legible.
You move through my days until you wane in the light
of the evening and fade at the unfairness of fate.

“The Clock Tower” is by Sandra Ann Winters


Bio: Sandra Ann Winters is the winner of the 2011 Gregory O’Donoghue International Poetry Competition, and a Pushcart nominee, having won numerous poetry awards and commendations in the United States. She is the author of a full-length poetry collection The Place Where I Left You (Salmon Poetry 2014), and continue reading…

rahilly-photoOn seeing Seán’s article yesterday on the anniversary of the death of Roger Casement, Carmel reminded us of her grandfather local man Con O’Rahily who was one of the men in Casement’s Brigade.

Born on February 14th 1895 at the home of Mary Kelleher and Cornelius Rahilly, at Dooneen. He joined the Royal Irish Regiment in May 1913, and arrived in France on August 13th that same year.He was soon captured in the retreat from Mons. His battalion had retreated under the weight of the advancing Germans. After two days of retreating with little food nor water, pounded continually by German artillery, the next night their officer got them lost in the dark, and they woke the next morning looking down the wrong end of a German machine gun. He describes how the 15 of them captured were deliberately machine gunned by the Germans, and only 9 survived, including the officer. The Germans suspected them of using dumdum bullets and it took a great deal of negotiation by the officer to get their lives spared. As a prisoner of war, he was moved from camp to camp, until one day a German officer was recruiting for an Irish Brigade. Within this brigade Roger Casement made a recruiting speech in February 1915. Casement sought to send a well-equipped and well-organized Irish unit to Ireland, to fight against Britain, in the aim of achieving independence for Ireland. Such an action was to be concurrent with the ongoing war between Britain and Germany, thereby providing indirect aid to the German cause, without the ex-POWs fighting in the Imperial Germany Army itself. In spite of his eloquence only the 56 joined, but Con was one of those. They were trained by continue reading…

“Hello, I am posting an announcement of a memorial mass on August 12th @ 7:30 pm in remembrance of Jerry & Sheila Singleton, Dennis & Margaret Singleton, Kathleen & William Singleton, Kate Galvin (Singletons of Carriglea).
Please join us at the mass and as we gather in town afterwards.”

– from Shaun Singleton on facebook

To mark the centenary today of the death in 1916 of Sir Roger Casement - Jerry Lehane and Friends arranged to mark this historic occasion in such a fitting manner at The National Monument in The Square. The splendidly dignified tribute feature was admired by many including Tadhg and James (pictured). Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

To mark the Centenary today of the death in 1916 of Sir Roger CasementJerry Lehane and Friends arranged to mark this historic occasion in such a fitting manner at The National Monument in The Square. The splendidly dignified tribute feature was admired by many including Tadhg and James (pictured). Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Sir_Roger_Casement_5Roger Casement Centenary of his death 3 Aug. 2016 -6003Roger Casement Centenary of his death 3 Aug. 2016 -6004Roger Casement Centenary of his death 3 Aug. 2016 -600We share some further images of the praiseworthy historic feature at The Square, Millstreet. continue reading…

This evening (Wednesday, 3rd August 2016) it was truly enthusiastic preparations for the Millstreet Community School Debs Ball very much in evidence at West End.   The young ladies looked beautiful in such brilliant fashion which the young men were very elegant in their style.  Here we share some 34 images having visited the Bush Bar where Photographer supreme, Geraldine Dennehy, took many stunning images of the young people before they left on two Kealys Coaches for a totally wonderful occasion in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Little Island, Cork.  Geraldine’s photographs will be superb and we thank her for permitting us to take some further images for our website.  Click on the pictures to enlarge.  (S.R.)24Debs Ball 3rd Aug. 2016 MCS -600 21Debs Ball 3rd Aug. 2016 MCS -600 13Debs Ball 3rd Aug. 2016 MCS -600 10Debs Ball 3rd Aug. 2016 MCS -600 7Debs Ball 3rd Aug. 2016 MCS -600 2Debs Ball 3rd Aug. 2016 MCS -600 17Debs Ball 3rd Aug. 2016 MCS -600 27Debs Ball 3rd Aug. 2016 MCS -600And here we share the many other happy images of this great annual occasion. continue reading…

“Radio Treasures” tonight from 9.30pm to 11.00pm…All most welcome….Our 10pm Interview tonight is with Mary Fagan of Radio Kerry’s “Horizons”.  Mary broadcast an uplifting feature on Radio Kerry on Sunday morning with total focus on Millstreet for almost one hour….The Podcast will later be uploaded on the Radio Kerry website.  I interviewed Mary herself during that Millstreet visit in June and this is on our 10pm Interview tonight.    And at 10.15pm we pay a special brief tribute to the late wonderful Julia Fitzgerald – dear mother of William who established Cork Music Station with Ita and John.    We also place  focus on the many recent updates of events and happenings in the Millstreet area.   We  include our “Fascinating Facts” feature blended with a sprinkling of humour.    And lots more great music.  Feel welcome to text the programme 086 825 0074 or send a message to the “Seán Radley” Facebook Page.   To access just log into www.corkmusicstation.com .  We shall not have a “Radio Treasures” next Tuesday as we are scheduled to record two of Jimmy Reidy’s “Round the Fireside” programmes in Freemount.   Happy Listening!    (S.R.)

Cork Music Station Network Team attending the post-funeral reception in Bob's Bar and Restaurant, Ballydesmond. From left (seated - Barry, William whose dear Mum went to her Eternal Reward, Breeda. Standing from left: Pat, T.T., Mike, Liam and Seán.

Cork Music Station Network Team attending the post-funeral reception in Bob’s Bar and Restaurant, Ballydesmond. From left (seated) – Barry, William whose dear Mum went to her Eternal Reward, Breeda. Standing from left: Pat, T.T., Mike, Liam and Seán.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

An interview with Mary Fagan in Millstreet.

An interview with Mary Fagan in Millstreet.

We thank Gráinne for the Poster.  Click on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

We thank M.C.P. for the Poster. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)