– Cullen annual sponsored weigh-in with Zumba every Monday at 8pm
Orlaith also indicates: We reopen the 26th of March – we are now offering 2 for 1 Adult Season Passes up to and including our open day. Purchases can be made over the phone from the Park 029 70810 or from Nibbles Café.
Tonight’s “Radio Treasures” programme from 9.30 to 11.00 pm places focus on the many recent updates of events and happenings in the Millstreet area. Our special 10pm Interview tonight features Paddy Gleeson, Chief Guide, Glasnevin Cemetery. We also include our “Fascinating Facts” feature. We invite you to listen to some of our Orchestral Gems and to selections from “The Walton Programme” of the 1950s and 1960s. And lots more great music as well. Feel welcome to text 086 825 0074 the programme or send a message to the “Seán Radley” Facebook Page. To access just log into www.corkmusicstation.com . Happy Listening!
Many thanks to Noel for handing in this lost purse. And we thank Ciara for the notice. (S.R.)
Eileen O’Mahony, Kilmeedy, Millstreet. RIP
(31-7-1922 to 17-02-2015)
Maura, Seán, Ann and families, wish to sincerely thank all who sympathised with us, on the death of our mother Eileen. We are grateful to and wish to thank people who were involved in Eileen’s care especially her GP’s Dr. Pat and Dr. Michael Casey, Elaine O’Riordan PHN, the Home Care Assistants, Reen’s Pharmacy, Margaret Leader, Marymount Hospice, HSE, Medical, Nursing and Support staff in Millstreet and Áras Mhuire Community Nursing units along with our extended family, good neighbours and friends. We were privileged Mom was assisted to remain in her own home for as long as her declining health allowed, a tribute to the care and attention she received from so many good and kind people, but in particular we acknowledge Sheila’s sound practical support and assistance which enabled Mom in her frailer years to enjoy life, in her own home among those she loved.
We thank everyone who visited Mom or kept in contact by phone, wrote cards or letters. She loved the visits and the contact. We thank sincerely, Canon John Fitzgerald for his support with home visits to Mom, which she greatly appreciated, and for being there for her wake, leading the funeral Mass and burial in St Mary’s Cemetery. continue reading…
After many years of being the driving force behind Millstreet Camogie Club, Joan Casey has been selected by the Cork County Camogie Association, as their recipient of the “Volunteer of the Year Award” for 2015.Joan will be going forward as the Cork representative for the National Volunteer of the Year award in Croke Park on February 20th.
This award is an acknowledgment of her dedication to Millstreet Camogie Club and also for being the face of Millstreet Camogie Club at County Board Level.
Joan’s role extends from the mundane job of jersey washing to the complexity of co-ordinating matches, while always having the girls best interests at heart. continue reading…
Great credit is due to the Transition Year Students of MCS and to the Production Team of Jennifer O’Donoghue and Margaret Buckley on the magnificent performance of this hugely popular play which is based in the Dublin of 1916. We now share a further 36 pictures from the very memorable presentation of Wednesday night at MCS. continue reading…
Tonight’s programme places focus on the many recent updates of event and happenings in the Millstreet area. We also include our “Fascinating Facts” feature. We invite you to a Waltzing Trip Through Ireland. And lots more great music. Feel welcome to text 086 825 0074 the programme or send a message to the “Seán Radley” Facebook Page. To access just log into www.corkmusicstation.com . Happy Listening! (S.R.)
In this, the year of commemorations, the T.Y. Drama Group will perform O’Casey’s classic “The Plough and the Stars”. This will be staged on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, February 2nd, 3rd and 4th, in the school at 8 p.m.This play gives insight on the impact of the rising on the people of Dublin and reflects on the role of violence in social change. A great night at the theatre awaits all. A special invite to previous cast members, especially all who performed this play.
Various speakers addressed the large audience in preparation for the forthcoming General Election. Here we share a further 40 images from the special occasion on Sunday afternoon. continue reading…
Brendan Murphy and I recorded a brief sequence also on our visit and this will be seen later on LTV2 Millstreet. We now share some more pictures from our Sunday afternoon visit.
Resting on the edge of Millstreet Town, Altamount House is a big old house that dates back to the 18th century. It has had several owners but has not been lived in for over twenty years, and has nearly totally fallen down. Originally an estate house, it was made into an emergency hospital during the famine in the 1840s and massively extended at the time to include a courtyard in the middle. It is sad to see such a fine building being taken over by nature. Photos below thanks to Ola Cashman.
Over the years very dedicated people such as Breeda Kelleher and the late Teresa Tangney provided excellent instruction on the making of the traditional St. Brigid’s Crosses. St. Brigid’s Day is celebrated on Monday, 1st February 2016. continue reading…
The Community and Education Department of the Abbey Theatre together with Baboró, presented “Me, Mollser” – a specially commissioned monologue play which introduces “The Plough and the Stars” by Seán O’ Casey to a younger audience by telling the story of the Easter Rising 1916 through the magical power of a performance and workshop. This Thursday (28th Jan. 2016) morning at Presentation N.S., Millstreet 5th & 6th Class pupils from the Presentation N.S., Scoil Mhuire B.N.S. and Cloghoula N.S. experienced this absolutely brilliant production and workshop. It was a true privilege to have been in attendance. (S.R.)
It was such an enriching experience for the senior pupils and was so appropriate to witness such a production in this Centenary Year of 1916. We now share a further 11 images from the inspiring occasion. continue reading…
Here is just a selection of Photos taken at Cork County Hall last Monday Night of Sean Radley being recognised by the County Mayor John Paul O`Shea for his Irish Broadcasting Hall of Fame Award.A large number of supporters from Millstreet accompanied Sean Radley on the Night with them all travelling together on the C.A.R.T. (Carriginma Area Rural Transport) Bus,a great Night was had by all and we must thank Breeda Piggot for the lovely Photos.
Cancelled tonight due to strong winds (Storm Gertrude)
Millstreet Christmas Lights Committee will meet in the Square on Thursday next 28th at 7pm, and would be very grateful to anyone who would be free to volunteer a few hours to help take down the Christmas lights. Electricians, helpers and cherry pickers are especially required.
Thanks to all who volunteered and gave of their time to put up our wonderful Christmas display this year.
Tonight’s programme from 9.30 to 11.00 places focus on the uplifting response to the recent totally unexpected “Induction into the Irish Broadcasting Hall of Fame” and we chat about last night’s Co. Mayor’s Reception in Cork. And tonight also we have a very special new Listener in New Zealand – a great Friend of Russell Murphy who so very kindly arranged the presentation of the truly precious Medal to Millstreet Museum some weeks ago – We speak of Dianne Hansen pictured below with her twin sister when they were in school in 1955 and we pay very special tribute to their Mum who went to her Eternal Reward some two years ago. This little feature will transmit at 10pm Irish time (which for Dianne and Russell will be tomorrow morning!) We also include our “Fascinating Facts” feature. We invite you to a Waltzing Trip Through Ireland….We also include a number of Daniel O’Donnell tracks. And lots more great music. Feel welcome to text 086 825 0074 the programme or send a message to the “Seán Radley” Facebook Page. To access just log into www.corkmusicstation.com . Happy Listening!
A big thank you
to everyone who attended
the Stephens Day quiz
in Corkerys bar
€700.00 was raised which has been donated to Millstreet Community Hospital.
Thanks to Bernard Murphy, Ann-Marie Murphy, Mark Neville & Denis Cremin
for organising and running the quiz.
Thanks also to both prize winning teams for donating back their winnings
The death has occurred on January 23rd of Alex Ryan, Liscahane.
Reposing in Tarrant’s Funeral Home this evening (Tuesday) from 5pm to 8pm with removal afterwards to St.Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.
Requiem mass at 11am Wednesday followed by cremation in The Island Crematorium, Ringaskiddy.
May he Rest in Peace.
LTV2 Millstreet Programme 272 is now Online we hope you enjoy our latest Programme.
Cllr. John Paul O’Shea, Cork Co. Mayor states:
“As Mayor of the County of Cork, I am delighted to host a Mayoral Reception on Monday next, 25th January at 7.30pm in the foyer of County Hall for the following recipients:
Elizabeth Maddox, Castlemartyr, Co Cork, Cork; Carer of the Year 2015.
Donagh O’Sullivan, Glengarriff, Co. Cork; Ireland’s Young Carer of the Year 2015.
Cork Ladies Football Team; All Ireland Champs!
Cork Ladies Camogie Team; All Ireland Champs!
Adam O’Sullivan, Midleton, Co. Cork: Junior European & World Martial Arts Champion.
Cian O’Driscoll, Mallow, Co. Cork; Gold & Silver winner in the USA National Junior 4 Wall Championship.
Robert Splaine, Belgooly, Co. Cork; Current Chef d’Equipe of the Irish Showjumping Team.
Seán Radley, Millstreet, Co. Cork; Recent Inductee of Irish Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
I am really looking forward to it and meeting all these wonderful and special people. We can be so proud in Cork to have such wonderful achievers.
John Paul O’ Shea”
We wish to extend sincere congratulations to Mary and Kieran Murphy of Keale, Millstreet on the recent birth of their wonderful new Daughter. (S.R.)
Well done to all who participated and who are a very real source of inspiration to everyone emphasising the many advantages of healthy outdoor exercise. We now share a further 36 images from the special event.
Tonight’s programme places focus on the uplifting response to the recent totally unexpected “Induction into the Irish Broadcasting Hall of Fame” We also include our “Fascinating Facts” feature. We invite you to a Waltzing Trip Through Ireland. And lots more great music. Feel welcome to text 086 825 0074 the programme or send a message to the “Seán Radley” Facebook Page. To access just log into www.corkmusicstation.com . Happy Listening! (S.R.)
We thank Noreen McSweeney, Rathcoole for the four splendid pictures of the presentation at McCarthy’s Bar, The Square, Millstreet of the Boeing Swim 2016 Cheque to “Aid Cancer Treatment”. A hugely impressive cheque for an amazing €4,100.00 plus an extra €40.00 from ticket sales of a much sought after Sports Jersey won by Helena Cooney. Sincere congratulations to the supremely dedicated Coordinators and the brave Participants. (S.R.)
The cattle in the farmyard sheds bellowing for silage or hay
It is cold and wet by the Mountain of Clara today
The weather temperature a chilly minus three degrees
And the cold wind is soughing in bare deciduous trees
In the old rushy fields west of Millstreet Town
Every waterway bank high in flood waters of brown
Where grass growth is dormant not any wildflowers
And nothing does grow in cold January showers