Radio Treasures tonight (Tuesday, 20th Feb. 2018) on air – including special features and updates at 10pm – from 9:30 until 11pm on www.corkmusicstation.com (S.R.) Our 10pm Interview is with Pat Breen of Millstreet during which Pat chats about Radio Maria Ireland, the Legion of Mary and Millstreet Pitch & Putt.
And tonight we include references to the following images:
A huge Thank You from Anna Buckley to each and every one of the musicians, dancers, singers and storytellers who came to Millstreet last weekend to give of their time and talent for the HOPE Foundation.
Thank you to all the friends and businesses who sponsored Raffle prizes on the night.
We are very grateful especially to the generous help we got from friends to advertise and help run this event successfully.
Finally, a very sincere Thank You goes to the Millstreet people and those beyond for making this event worthwhile by their attendance at the Concert and we also acknowledge those who bought tickets but were unable to attend, and those who supported this cause in anyway – your kindness, generosity and good will is very much appreciated.
Do you have a secret longing to write? A series of workshops Creative Writing for Adults will be held in Millstreet Library. Classes are free of charge but places are limited. If you would like to attend contact the library on 029 21920 or email millstreet.library @corkcoco.ie
Tuesday night is usually “Radio Treasures” broadcast night but this week the programme will be transmitted from 9 to 11 pm on this Thursday (15th Feb. 2018) on www.corkmusicstation.com . And we have a very special programme tonight featuring the highlights of Anna Buckley’s magnificent Fundraising HOPE Concert which took place at Millstreet GAA Community Hall on Saturday night. Mike Murphy of Cork Music Station very kindly broadcast his programme on Tuesday night in the “Radio Treasures” slot. Happy Listening! Below we feature three of the many images from Saturday’s superb Concert. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
On this Ash Wednesday we’re also celebrating St. Valentine’s Day 2018. To experience the special day in Millstreet we visit St. Patrick’s Church, Herlihy’s Centra (where Pancake Day 2018 was especially marked by a wonderful fundraiser for “Cork’s Penny Dinners” on Shrove Tuesday), O’Keeffe’s Supervalu and Pat’s Minor Row Hair Salon window – we share images from all these venues. Click on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “St. Valentine’s Day 2018 in Millstreet”
“Scout” is a male Jack Russell pet dog who had last been seen in the Aunagloor area of Millstreet on Wednesday (7th Feb. 2018). He is brown and white and is between 6 and 7 years old. He loves getting drives on tractors. We are so delighted to report that Scout is now back home to the joy of his dedicated Owner. Sincere thanks to All who very kindly responded to our request to help find the pet dog . (S.R.)
The brief appearance of snow in the Millstreet area on Friday (9th Feb. 2018) brought some truly wintery scenes especially on higher ground. Here we share some four such images. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Millstreet Vintage Club are looking forward to a very Busy 2018 Season with there first Event of the Year already after taking place which was a well supported Cars Coffee Chat Morning in January, below is a list of the Events planned for 2018.
Car Run leaving Millstreet on Sunday March 25th
Cars Coffee Chat Morning at Cafe Aroma on Easter Sunday April 1st
Tractor Run Sunday April 15th
Tractor Run Sunday May 13th
Car Run and BBQ Saturday June 23rd
Charity Truck Run leaving Millstreet on Sunday July 29th
Ford Escort 50th Celebration Run over Classic Rally Stages Sunday August 12th
Car Run Sunday September 9th.
CART Tractor Run Carriganima Sunday September 16th.
Millstreet Vintage Club Model Toy Show Sunday Oct 14th in Dromtariffe.
More Details to Follow on Events Soon, Enquiries to 087 7924406
A Crime Prevention Meeting will take place on Tuesday February 6th at 8pm in the Wallis Arms Hotel
Members of An Garda Síochána will attend. Information will be available on the Personal Alarms for the Elderly & it will be the final opportunity to sign up for Millstreet Text Alert 2018.
Everyone is welcome.
On the occasion of Mam’s 1st Anniversary we, her family, would like to acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy and kindness we received from relatives, neighbours and friends.
A sincere thank you to all who attended the funeral ceremonies, sent mass cards, letters of condolence and floral tributes. A special word of thanks to all the staff of the Clara Medical Centre, Millstreet and of the Bons Secours Hospital Cork for the kind and compassionate care given to Mam. Our sincere thanks to Fr.Tom Leane PP, Canon John Fitzgerald and the Parish staff for their support and guidance. Thanks also to Davy, Cora and Timmy of Tarrant’s Undertakers for their professionalism, compassion and courtesy. To the members of Millstreet Active Retirement Association we are most grateful for the guard of honour provided at Mam’s funeral. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for all your intentions.
On behalf of The Christmas Lights Committee we would like to thank the electricians and all who volunteered their time and equipment to decorate our town for the festive season. We would also like to thank all who contributed to the Church gate collection, attended the Christmas Market and decorated their premises. We are grateful to our community and businesses for their continued financial donations. #communityspirit
Following a very successful fundraising Women’s Little Christmas Event 2018 at the Wallis Arms Hotel in January a very generous cheque was presented to R.O.C.S. (Reach Out Cancer Support) at the Hotel on Friday, 26th Jan. 2018. We share a selection of images from the Presentation. Sincere thanks to Mary Bucke and Ethan Desmond for assisting us with some of the photographs. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Work progressing yesterday on the installation of new windows on the Carnegie Hall, where Millstreet Library, Cork County Council offices, and Millstreet Museum are located. The old eight pane timber windows are being replaced with newer more efficient windows.
Due to the fact that Broadband Coverage was not available in our Millstreet Studio last night (Tuesday) we were not able to broadcast “Radio Treasures” as scheduled. William Fitzgerald kindly transmitted his own Thursday Show instead. Consequently “Radio Treasures” will this week be broadcast this Thursday (25th Jan. 2018) from 9 to 11pm (an extra half-hour bonus!)…Seán R.
Tomorrow (Thursday, 25th Jan. 2018)….We feature the very best of music and song and we have a selection of musings of a wide and interesting variety. We reflect on last Friday’s Millstreet Gramophone Circle and on Sunday’s Vintage Event. We talk about Killarney House which has recently been superbly renovated.
We continue out musical tour to such places as Portugal, Italy, New Zealand, England, America, Medjugorje to mention but some interesting locations we visit musically. We also feature interviews with “Winny” of “Mrs. Brown’s Boys“. We listen to wonderful music from Lisselton and there’s more – much more!
At 10pm we continue to share the Years of the “8” when we hear about what happened in 1978, 1988, 1998 and 2008.
And we especially remember those who have recently gone to their Eternal Reward. In particular we recall the very special occasion at Buttevant Church in May 2017 when the late Marie Collins was present with her Family and Friends to witness the CD launch of the Shandrum Céilí Band with which Marie’s Family is closely linked. At dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis. Many images of that very memorable occasion may be viewed on: http://www.millstreet.ie/blog/2017/05/09/shandrum-ceili-band-cd-launch-on-radio-treasures-tonight
Do join us ….Feel welcome to text the programme on 00353 86 825 0074 (from overseas) or 086 825 0074 (from within Ireland). Or better still use the chatline on the Seán Radley Facebook Page. To access the programme find us on Internet Radio under Ireland/Country or log into www.corkmusicstation.com
The Cars Coffee Chat Morning held by Millstreet Vintage Club on Sunday Morning last was an outstanding success. Close on 20 Vintage and Classic Cars converged on the Town on what was a wet morning where the Group met up at Cafe Aroma for some refreshments and a most enjoyable chat. Millstreet Vintage Club would like to thank all the Car Enthusiasts who turned up on the morning, with some travelling long distances, and also the Club would like to thank Noreen of Café Aroma for supplying a great Venue and Hospitality, and also to Sean Radley, Tom Corbett, and John Tarrant, for taking time out to take photos of the proceedings. Over half the cars on display were Ford Escorts of various ages in what was a celebration of the 50th birthday of a very famous car. Below are a couple of images from the event itself:
It was indeed an honour to have been present at Millstreet Vintage Club’s first exciting event of 2018. Sincere thanks to the very dedicated Committee and Members who extended such an uplifting welcome back to me following my absence for a number of months due to beneficial treatment for my recent illness. Photographer supreme, Tom Corbett recorded a wonderful selection of images as well as a Live Video of the very successful event – all these may be viewed on Tom Corbett’s Facebook Page….And also Tom’s Twitter Features. Special thanks to Noreen for providing truly delicious refreshments at the well known Café Aroma in Minor Row, Millstreet. Such uplifting refreshments were financed by the Club and many Members also renewed their annual €10.00 Subscription providing important funds for the vibrant Club. My heartfelt thanks to Bernard Crowley and Donie Lucey as well as other Committee Officers who extended the very kind invitation to this first splendid event of 2018. I now wish to share a further selection of images captured this morning and afternoon (Sun. 21st Jan. 2018) which will give an idea of the wonderful atmosphere felt by all.Please click on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.)
As is tradition for more than 65 years, Millstreet Pipe Band played their New Year recital last evening despite the rain. We’d like to take this chance to thank everyone who supported millstreet.ie in 2017 by sending posts, photos, and information, by sending us messages, and by simply visiting the site. We wish all Millstreet people, and your families, at home and afar the very best for 2018. Photo below thanks to John Tarrant [read more …] “Happy New Year 2018”
We share further scenes from 2009 emphasising the wonderful colour in evidence. These are just a brief selection of the countless images within the pictorial archive of Millstreet Museum. In recent times we’ve had some very kind financial contributions towards our website and Museum. These we shall later acknowledge and shall extend our sincere thanks. (S.R.)
We share a selection of images from 2009 recalling the Millstreet of some eight years ago. Please click on the images to enlarge. Every Blessing and Joy throughout a very Bright and Healthy 2018…..And Heartfelt thanks to All who have been so wonderfully supportive during my Health Journey in 2017….It has been very greatly appreciated with the many wonderful Masses, valuable prayers, practical assistance and such an outpouring of sincere concern and so many expressions of love and support. (Seán Radley.)