Aubane’s John F Kelleher is set to take Bandon by storm on this coming Weekend with his particapation in a Strictly Come Dancing Competition in Bandon which is being held in aid of Bandon Community Hospital,the Event kicks off on this coming Friday Night in the GAA Pavilion in Bandon, John will take to the Floor with his Partner Margaret O`Brien who along with John is employed at the Hospital in Bandon,the Couple have been practicing intensely for the past three months sometimes up to four times a week,and with his Work in Bandon and also mixing in his Community work as being Chairman of the Social club in Aubane John has been very busy indeed,the Couple take to the stage on this coming Friday 24th November and Saturday 25 November and again on Friday 8th December in the Bandon GAA Pavilion. The Strictly Come Dancing Competition is organised by the Friends of Bandon Community Hospital to raise Funding for a new day room as part of the brand new Hospital. The first two Nights of the Competition are a sell out, John always had a keen interest in dance as he is a regular at the set Dancing in Aubane, dancing is in his blood and John said he always wanted to do Strictly Come Dancing. Michelle Barry from Devine Promotions in Six Mile Bridge who is overseeing all the Couples prepartaions has great praise for not only John and Margaret but all the other Competing Couples as they have been preparing very hard for this Competion since last August. Hopefully John will bring a Strictly Come Dancing title to Aubane and from all at Aubane Social Club and the surrounding locality the best of luck to John and Margaret in the Competition.
On Friday night last 17th November 2017 Millstreet GAA Players held a fundraising Race Night in conjunction with the Bush Bar. This was a very successful event and enjoyed by all. This function was well supported, and it was great to see so many players in attendance.
The organising committee would like to thank everyone that sponsored this event and helped in anyway in making it a successful night. A special thank you to Connie Hickey, Kelly Cronin, and Sheila Barrett for all their help and support.
[read more …] “Millstreet GAA Players Fundraising Race Night in The Bush Bar”
The Wallis Arms – Womens Christmas Celebration
An Excellent Event Each year.
Proceeds go to Reach Out Cancer Support (ROCS) Millstreet. Tickets are now available to be purchased at the Wallis Arms. Only a limited number available – so purchase early to avoid disappointment. [fb]
Annual Dromtariffe Parish Bazaar
in aid of the schools of the parish
will be held on
Sunday the 26th of November
Any donations of Books, Home Baking, Spinner prizes, etc would be greatly appreciated
and can be dropped into Derinagree NS, Dromagh NS or Rathcoole NS
over the next couple of weeks or to the Parish Hall on the morning of the Bazaar.
Meetings to organise it are held in the Parish Hall
every Wednesday at 8.30pm
Your support is greatly appreciated.
Milllstreet’s Bertie and Bill Buckley are currently hosting an Art and Wood Exhibition showcasing a fascinating display over four days with the public welcome to attend. The pop up gallery is a must on the staging at Pat McCarthy’s former TV Shop, in The Square, Millstreet.
Opening night drew a representative attendance from across Duhallow with a cheese and wine reception greeting patrons. Many of Bertie’s exhibits depicts local landmarks and nature, also featured at the exhibition are wood carvings by Bill Buckley from Lyre.
The event continues on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm daily.
[read more …] “Art Exhibition opens”
Millstreet Vintage Club are holding a Celebration of 100 Years of Ford in Ireland with a History of the Ford Motor Company and Ford Family Film Show at the Wallis Arms Hotel on this coming Sunday Nov 19th starting at 3 pm, some very interesting Guest Speakers on the day and you are welcome to bring along your Vintage / Classic Ford Vehicle as well and display them outside the Hotel and in the Square in Millstreet,an Event not to be missed, Admission 5 Euro.Contact Donie on 086 8545873 for more details.
This year has been a great one for the Millstreet Camogie Club, with U14s and U16s both reaching the County Championship Semi Finals, the Minors are playing in the Semi Final next weekend and of course the great win from our Junior team!
To celebrate these successes we will be having a Social in Killarney Avenue on Thursday 28th Dec. To book your tickets at a great value of €20 per person text 0868739768.
We really hope past club players, trainers and committee members will come and celebrate with us.
We will also be having our Annual night at the Wallis Arms for the younger girls on Jan. 20th. Tickets go on sale next week. We hope to see you all there!
Kilcorney Development Association are holding a table quiz in aid of Kilcorney National School Parents Association on this Friday Night, November 10th, at Moll Carthy’s Bridge commencing at 8.30pm.
Please come along to support a good cause and have a good nights entertainment.
Tickets are available at Millstreet Hospital and from local outlets.
[read more …] “Christmas Concert in Millstreet Church”
The Lee Valley Enterprise Board Presents the following upcoming concerts:
- “Walking back to Happiness” – 60’s and 70’s Music Show – Saturday November 11th at 8:30pm – Riverside Park Hotel Macroom … [details]
- Aonghus McAnally – Celebrating Christy Hennessy – Saturday November 18th at 8:00pm – Riverside Park Hotel Macroom … [details]
- Paddy O’ Brien in Concert, plus Special Guests John Hogan & Trudi Lalor – 23rd November at 8:30pm – Riverside Park Hotel … [details]
- Alleluia Concert! – Hymns Celebrating The Faith of Our Fathers – Sunday 26th November at 8:00pm – Supporting St. Colman’s New Church Organ. Featuring Linda Kenny (Soprano) & Ryan Morgan … [details]
- Ruaile Buaile in Concert – Saturday December 2nd 10:00pm – an over 18’s event [deails]
Presently being broadcast live on www.corkmusicstation.com at the moment until after midnight the Michael Commins Annual Salthill Show. The star guest tonight is Big Tom McBride. Lots of further superb singers all being transmitted live from the Salthill Hotel, Galway. Broadcast Coordinators: Ita Fitzgerald, Breeda and Mike Piggott & Friends.
Tomorrow night as usual it’s “Radio Treasures” also on CMS 9:30 to 11:00pm. Happy Listening. (S.R.)
For both programmes tune into www.corkmusicstation.com or access on Internet Radio under Cork Music Station (on Local Ireland / Country)
Boherbue’s “Music Room” presentation tonight (Thursday, 2nd Nov. 2017) is by Tadhg Murphy and takes place in the Pearse Memorial Hall at 8pm. All are very welcome. (S.R.)
Millstreet Vintage Club presented a Cheque for 4,500 Euro to a very worthy cause in the Cancer Connect Service on Saturday Night last at a Function in The Parish Centre in Millstreet,this Money was the Proceeds from the Highly Successful Vintage Show which was held in the Town Park last August,the Cheque was presented to Neily O’Leary Chairman of the West Cork Rural Transport Scheme who was delighted with the Figure collected and thanked the Vintage Club for there hard work on organising such a great Show and to all the people that supported the Vintage Show to make this happen,and said the money would be put to good use in Maintaining and Expanding such a Critical Service in the North Cork Area.Picture by John Tarrant.
Halloween Quiz this Saturday Night Oct 28th at The Pub in Carriganima,should be Fun,All Welcome.
The Baby Market runs events around Ireland in which parents buy & sell pre-loved baby, children and maternity goods. If your kids are grown and you’re left with an attic full of unwanted items, contact us to take a stall or sell items for you. If you are a new or expectant parent, we can [read more …] “The Baby Market Ireland in Killarney”
We thank Radio Presenter supreme, John Greene, for the following advance information regarding this evening’s programme at 7 on C103. (S.R.)
This week on Where the road takes me we continue and conclude our two part programme on Tom Crean a true hero in the history of Polar exploration.
This week John Greene meets his Grand-daughter Aileen and her partner Bill Sheppard, who along with her two sons attempt to follow in Crean’s
footsteps, exactly one hundred years after his third and final expedition to the Antarctic. After an 800 nautical mile journey from Elephant Island to South Georgia, Crean, Shackleton and Worsley managed the first crossing of the mountainous island to seek help for their comrades still stranded back on Elephant island.
One hundred years later, after breaking her leg, his Grand-daughter
discovers that out on the Antarctic, there are no emergency services to call upon.
We also meet Mike Barry, the first Irishman to reach the South Pole. After building a replica lifeboat of the ‘James Caird’, Barry and his colleagues attempt Crean’s 800 nautical mile (1500KM) epic sea crossing from Elephant Island to South Georgia. And……
Aidan Dooley talks about his one-man show ‘Tom Crean – Arctic Explorer’. After playing to forty people initially [read more …] ““Where the Road Takes Me” – Tom Crean Feature – Part Two”
Well its been a long week with a Hurricane and a Storm just gone by which we hope everybody got through Safely and without any Difficulty,and as a Result it is only now that the Millstreet Vintage Club have got around to thanking Everybody who both attended,took part and helped in any way with our Third and most Successful Model Toy Show to date held in Dromtariffe Hall last Sunday,a Record Crowd came to see the Show on the day which was enjoyed by Everybody that attended,there were fantastic Displays on Show from Exhibitors who came from both near and far and once again Event Organisers Donie Lucey, Johnny Flynn and all at Millstreet Vintage Club would like to thank Everybody for there support and look forward to seeing ye all again Next Year.
You can check out some great Photos here https://www.facebook.com/media/set/… captured by Matthew Twomeyy and more Photos by Tom Corbett at https://www.facebook.com/521710134582660/photos/…