Pre-School Teacher Leader (part time)
Lyre Community Pre-School Playgroup
We require For ECCE Programme Pre-School Leader Minimum Fetac Level 6:
- A minimum of two years experience.
- The candidate will have the opportunity to work on their own initiative
- A good knowledge of the Aistear Framework a necessity.
- Applicant needs to be caring, enthusiastic, honest and reliable.
- First Aid & Manual required.
Please e-mail cover letter and CV to
Lyre Community Pre-School Playgroup CLG
Lyre, Banteer, Co.Cork
“In The Light of Other Days” by Margaret O’Donoghue Sullivan
“In the Light of Other Days” is an autobiography from Margaret O’Donoghue Sullivan and documents her childhood growing up in rural Ireland.
Margaret lived on a farm with her parents and siblings and the love and importance of family was at the heart of this. The book contains fondly recalled events and stories during the author’s childhood as well as detailing the changing face of farming during the industrialisation of Ireland and of Ireland’s rich history, infused with evocative poetry.
The book is available in Wordsworth Millstreet, Easons bookshop Killarney, Eagers bookshop Killarney, Amazon. It’s a great read for adults and also for children.
After last night’s intense thunderstorms which shook the buildings around here, a number of dogs have been scared off. Over 200 houses are without power this morning – in a line from Cloghoula to Clonbanin.
- The black dog above was found in Cullen last night. Update, Minnie is back home 🙂
- A black sheepdog with brown tinge, approx 9yrs old, missing since late Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning, friendly dog. Answers to Susie. Rathcoole/Millstreet area. If found please ring 087 7404824. Thank you (no picture) – UPDATE: he’s back home
- Spotted this morning at 11am in Kilcorney village… medium brown make dog ..looks like half hound half setter .. looking lost. Couldn’t take him in.
- A brown & white dog went missing last night. A Husky with microchip. Answers to name of Casper. Contact me on 0871307828 if found
- A brown & white dog went missing last night. A Husky with microchip. Answers to name of Casper. Contact 0871307828 if found. UPDATE: Back at home
- Millstreet Vets are reporting lost dogs. They have a black and white cocker spaniel (Cullen), and more: See below for details:
Mushera Platform Dance next Sunday Afternoon July 23rd 3.00pm-5.30pm
Music by C & M Sound,
No Pets/No Smoking.
Available for viewing, phone: 087 151 6306
(More photos below) [read more …] “House To Let in Millstreet”
For sale second hand secondary school books, 1st year and 5th year.
Also, one Junior Cert book CJ Fallon – “Basic Engineering Technology Junior Cert”
Mature woman available too mind children in her own house, references available. Contact no 0873563140
Competition open to all shopkeepers and home owners in Millstreet Town
Pick one of the countries on the list and decorate your window with themes of the country for example get children to draw something relevant to the country to welcome the participants as it is for some their first visit to Ireland.
Prize – Family tickets to the BBQ on the 20th July at 7pm and you can meet the athletes from the sixteen nations and enjoy live music.
Judging will be done Wednesday the 19th of July and announced at the parade of Nations by Noel Buckley.
Update: Contact has been made 🙂
Hello there, I am trying to track down a man by the name of Jim Murphy. His wife’s name is Mary and he has a sister by the name of Mary who married a Mr. Paddy O’Shaughnessy of Banteer, Cork.
Jim Murphy spent some years in England back in the 60’s / 70’s and was one of my Dad’s best friends. My father is trying to get in touch with Jim.
All I know are the details above and that Jim was originally from Poundhill in Millstreet. He would be around 80 years old I would assume as that’s how old my father is.
I’m sorry I don’t have more detail but I am hoping someone there would remember Jim and know if he is still alive and how we could find him.
Clear Plastic Rain Cover
for Baby Car Seat found
on the grounds of SuperValu Car Park
enquire at Customer Service Desk, Supervalu
Carpenter/ labourer wanted
We thank Presenter, John Greene, for the following advance information regarding his Radio Documentary this Sunday. (S.R.)
This week on Where the road takes me, we feature the second programme dealing with influences on the revival, survival and progression of Irish Traditonal music.
This week John Greene looks at the contribution of three musicians, who are regarded as being exponents in the art of playing their favourite instruments. [read more …] ““Where the Road Takes Me” on C103 This Sunday at 7pm”
The Dromtariffe Parish Hall Committee Community Walks will continue this Thursday 13th July at 7.30pm (weather permitting). This week we will start the walk in Kilinane (3.0km / 1.5 miles approx) (Take the first road to the right, signposted Newmarket on the Killarney road past the Sandpit pub). Parking at Jerry Murphy’s. Please join us again for a lovely evening as we wander the byways of our parish. Everybody welcome. If in doubt because of weather, please contact 087-0648108 or 086-3720960. We thank Christine for the notice. (S.R.)
Pitch & Putt Annual Church Gate Collection this weekend – 15th/16th July 2017. Support greatly appreciated. We thank Pat for the notice. (S.R.)
Friends of the Children of Chernobyl
1997-2017 – 21st Celebration
The Friends of the Children of Chernobyl Rathmore Branch are celebrating their 21st year of hosting Belarusian children and their interpreters.
To honour this occasion we will have a special Mass on Wednesday 19th July at 7.30pm in Rathmore Church followed by light refreshments in Teach Íosagáin.
We would like to invite all of you who helped in any way since 1997. We look forward to meeting you all on the night.
The Glen Theatre Drama Group are doing a performance of “Second Honeymoon“, a hilarious Comedy written by Sam Cree and directed by Tadhg O Keeffe on this Friday 14th July at 8pm in the Everyman Theatre, Cork. Please come along and support this great Group on the Night which promises loads and loads of Laughter and Fun. The Glen Theatre Group are also appearing at the Civic Theatre in Tallaght Dublin on next Sunday Night July 16 and the Group are back on the Road again when they will line out at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin on Sunday September 3rd. You can get a taste of the Show on the Video clip here at https://youtu.be/xangUJCat_0
[read more …] “The Glen Theatre Drama Group performing “Second Honeymoon” this Friday 14th July at 8pm in The Everyman Theatre Cork”
Closed: found someone
Looking for a Childminder to come to our house, to mind two kids
12pm to 5pm, Monday to Friday
Pick up from school required.
Please text 086-178xxxx
Among the many items about which we shall be chatting on “Radio Treasures” tonight … Reviewing our recent Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine, Co. Mayo. Lots of excellent music from all over the world and of course, Ireland. And musings aplenty also. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) To access the programme please tune into www.corkmusicstation.com Do log into the Seán Radley Facebook to communicate with the Show or text 086 825 0074. Happy Listening! (S.R.)
[read more …] ““Radio Treasures” Tonight from 9.30 to 11.00 on Cork Music Station”
Cuddly fluffy kittens need a kind new home. Very sociable and love children.
Text 087 6680265
We thank Presenter John Greene for the following advance information regarding his radio documentary this evening. (S.R.)
Two of the reasons regularly put forward for the survival of traditional music in Ireland are that the country was not one of the battlegrounds in either of the two world wars, and also that our economy was largely agricultural, where tradition usually lives and thrives.
In a four part programme on ‘Where the road takes me’, John Greene looks at some of the other reasons, like the influences of some of our most talented musicians, composers and collectors.
We look at the enormous contribution of Irish traditional music collector and Anglican Minister Canon James Goodman, curate of Ardgroom, Rector of Skibbereen and Canon of Ross in the late nineteenth century. [read more …] ““Where the Road Takes Me” on C103 at 7 This Evening”
The February 3, 1845 baptism of my great-great-grandfather Patrick Harrington (1845-1915) is recorded in the parish registry of Rathmore RC parish. According to the register, Patrick’s parents were John Harrington and Catherine Crimmen, and the family’s residence was Knocknaloman. Rev. Eugene Murphy performed the baptism.
I am trying to determine the chapel in Rathmore RC parish in which Patrick’s baptism probably occurred. Lewis’s “Topographical Dictionary of Ireland” (1837) identifies several chapels in the eastern district of the parish as of 1837–one at Knocknacoppel, one at “Griorguillea” (I assume Gneevgullia?), “recently rebuilt”, one at Knocknagree, and one described somewhat mysteriously as being “attached to the establishment at Rathmore open to the public”. [ref]
The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage website states that the current Roman Catholic church at Rathmore, St. Joseph’s, was not built until about 1865, but that there was an “earlier building” on the site, built in about 1800–presumably also a chapel. [ref]
My assumption is that if there was any kind of chapel at Rathmore in 1845, Patrick’s parents would have had him baptized there, since Rathmore was closer to Knocknaloman than the other Rathmore parish chapels.
If anyone is aware of other good sources of information about which chapels existed in Rathmore parish in 1845, or any other information that might provide a clue as to where Patrick may have been baptized, I would be very interested in hearing of it.
Thanks in advance for any possible help!
Bob Kenney, Potomac, Maryland <email>
[read more …] “Rathmore RC Parish: Location of Chapels in 1845”