St. John’s Football Club
FUNDRAISER- CLOTHES COLLECTION
We are collecting the following items to raise money for the club : Men’s/Women’s/Children’s clothing, shoes, belts, handbags, soft toys, household textiles incl curtains & towels, mobile phones (must be given separately).
The following drop off points are available:
- St John’s Gaa Pitch Station Rd.: Sat 4th & 11th March 10.30am-12.30pm
- Kilcorney: After Mass Sun 5th March 11am -12pm
- Aubane School: Tue 7th March 8-9pm
For more information or to organise a pick up outside times contact jerry on 087 9103891. [St.John’s on facebook]
We’d like to thank everyone who contributed to the Christmas food collection for Penny Dinners. The response was fantastic this year.
Thanks also to Mary Murphy of Guys & Dolls; Millstreet Community School, especially Mrs. Randles and the TYs; Mary & John Coleman and the staff of Coleman’s Centra. The collection would not be possible without their continued support – Aida and Anna
Fair play to all that braved the Mushera Mountain Climb on this wet and windy Christmas morning, in aid of our local Reach Out Cancer Support. Not for the faint heartded as the rain was horizontal on top of the mountain, but here’s a few of those that went up:
There was no hanging around at the top, and only this small group was there when we arrived Clara and Ainsey were collecting donations for ROCS at the start of the climbJohn Dineen, John Twomey, Darragh Twomey and Michael O’Riordan were having a break in some shelter
Michelle and her greyhound. He wasn’t liking the weather!
… continue reading the full article “Mushera Christmas Climb 2016”
Annual Stephens Day Quiz
will this year be in aid of
Millstreet Community Hospital & Millstreet SVP
Quiz starting at 4pm, followed by music later with DJ Nev
All support greatly appreciated
The Millstreet Community School Transition Year Young SVP group would like to express their thanks to all those who contributed items to their collection in aid of Cork Penny Dinners. Aida Costello came to the school on Tuesday 20th December and some of the TY students involved, with their teacher Mrs Mary Randles, helped bring the substantial quantity of items donated to her car. The students would like to express their thanks for your support.
A huge thank you to all who contributed to the food collection for Penny Dinners in the Community School. The response was stunning.
We’d also like to thank Mrs. Randles and the TYs who facilitated.
Stephen, Aida and Anna Costello
Thanks to all of you who supported the cake sale held on Saturday 10th December 2017 in Millstreet Parish Centre to support Una Buckley and Dervla Murphy who’ll be going to Lourdes as helpers with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust at Easter 2017. €508 was raised. Thank you.
Millstreet Community School: Transition Year Young SVP group are organising a collection for Cork Penny Dinners. The aim of Cork Penny Dinners is to give everyone who calls to the centre in Cork a warm, nourishing midday meal. In addition, clients get sandwiches and fruit to take away as an evening meal. It is open seven days a week all year, including Christmas Day.
Students are collecting the following items: tinned foods, orange squash, Easy-Singles cheese, sugar, tea, coffee, biscuits, salt, tea-towels, cleaning products. This collection will run until Friday 16th December.
For more details, contact the school (029 70087)
We are doing a food collection in aid of Penny Dinners again this year. Guys & Dolls Hair Salon and Coleman’s Centra have very kindly agreed to facilitate our collection again and donation boxes are in place in their premises.
The aim of Cork Penny Dinners is to give everyone who calls to their Centre a hot nourishing midday meal. In addition, clients get sandwiches and fruit to take away as an evening meal. Penny Dinners is open 7 days a week all year, including Christmas Day.
Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Any local businesses wishing to donate or get involved can contact 087 6886725.
Anna, Stephen & Aida Costello.
ITEMS NEEDED: Tinned Foods, Orange Squash, Easi-singles Cheese, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Biscuits, Salt, Tea Towels, Cleaning Products.
… continue reading the full article “Penny Dinners Xmas 2016”
Millstreet Set Dancers in association with
the NCBI would like to sincerely thank
everyone who contributed to the Clothes
collection over the past week!!
We have extended our collection until
Friday 9th December.
Bags can be dropped to Noirins Boutique
before Friday at 6pm
Cork’s Maureen O Sullivan and her Hamper Packers
Community Christmas Appeal 2016
Food parcels for the Homeless at Christmas
We have locally helped with this appeal for many years now, a few items from everyone goes along way. Just drop off a item or two to the drop in centres below.
Essential foods – for example:
- easy to open tins of Tea, Coffee- small jars, Sugar, jam/marmalade, Tins of fruit, Cartons of Rice, Cereal bars, Spaghetti/beans, Pot Noodles, Cup a Soup, Biscuits/crackers, Tinned – fish, Meat’s, Stew’s, Cornbeef, Chicken, etc.
- Razors, toothpaste deodorants etc
- Always needed – Socks, scarf’s or gloves or good quality warm jumpers, coats, Sleeping bag
Drop in centres –
- Millstreet – Regan’s Mills office
- Dromagh – Angland’s Petrol Station
- Boherbue – Educare Centre
Any Volunteer’s to travel to Cork for the sorting out of foods will be kindly appreciated.
Margaret Crean will collect on Thursday 15th and take items to Cork on Friday 16th December.
Millstreet Set Dancers are holding a fundraising CLOTHES COLLECTION in association with BAG IT FOR BLINDNESS
NCBI (National Council for the Blind Ireland)
Collections in Millstreet GAA Hall
Thursday 1st Dec 5-7pm
Saturday 3rd Dec 9am- 12pm
We accept Clothing, linen, curtains, belts, handbags and shoes (paired)
NO DUVETS OR PILLOWS please
YOUR SUPPORT IS APPRECIATED!!
Kilcorney Development Association
will hold a table quiz
in aid of
Kilcorney National School Parents’ Association
in Moll Carthy’s Bridge Bar
on Friday, November 25th at 9pm.
Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Great night assured.
Thanks to everyone for their efforts with regards to the Team Hope Shoebox appeal 2016
Over 450 boxes were brought to Millstreet Community School from Rathcoole National School, Millstreet Boys National School, Presentation Convent National School Millstreet, Knocknagree National School, Kilcorney National School and by pupils of Millstreet Community School.
Additional thanks go to members of the local community who also brought boxes down to the school in support of the appeal. Thanks also go to the members of the Millstreet Community School Transition Year ‘Young SVP’ group and their teacher Mrs Mary Randles for co-ordinating the whole enterprise so successfully.
It that time of year again when Bridepark Cottage, Killumney, Ovens Co. Cork opens its doors to the People of Ireland for two weekends commencing on the 17th November 2016. This is the 20th anniversary of the Christmas Open House. This year’s beneficiaries are Our Lady’s Crumlin Children’s Hospital and the Friends of Bandon Community Hospital.
The house is privately own by DJ. Murphy, who without hesitation is opening his house on Thursday 17th November from 6pm – 10pm, Friday 18th November from 6pm – 10pm, Saturday 19th November 4pm – 10pm and Sunday 20th November 12nd – 8pm and the following weekend Thursday 24th November from 6pm – 10pm, Friday 25th November from 6pm – 10pm, Saturday 26th November 4pm – 10pm and Sunday 27th November 12nd – 8pm. … continue reading the full article “Charity Christmas Open House”
Clara & Isabelle dropping off a great donation from the end of season party for Dromtariffe Football Club Under 10/12. Many thanks to all from Catriona at Cork Penny Dinners.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Trad for Trocaire event that took place on Friday 7th October 2016 in Millstreet Community School. It was an evening of fine traditional music, song and dance. Well done to all the students who participated. A total of €297 was raised to support Trocaire’s work. Thanks for your generosity.
A Trad for Trocaire event will take place in Millstreet Community School library on Friday 7th October 2016, starting at 7.30pm. This will be a chance for students from all year groups to share their traditional Irish music, song and dance skills with the wider community. It will also be a chance to raise money to support Trocaire’s work among some of the poorest communities in the world. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend. There will be a collection for Trocaire during the event.