Bumbleance Childrens National Ambulance Service Fundraiser in Association with Corkmusicstation Radio,Your Support would be Welcome

Cork Music Station under the Guidance of Station Founder and DJ Willie Fitzgerald is inviting you to participate in a Fundraiser for Bumbleance Childrens National Ambulance Service,this is the 3rd Year that Corkmusicstation is associated with a Fundraising Campaign for Bumbleance who provide an exceptional service for Sick Children and their Parents during what has to be a very difficult time in their lives. We wish to thank everyone for their support for our previous Fundraisers for this great Cause in the past and  hoping for your support again this year to raise some more Funding for this very worthy cause. We thank you all in advance for your help in achieving this goal in these unusual times.

You can Donate to the Go Fund Me Page Link below and your Donation no matter what Size would be greatly appreciated.




Please support Guidedog Day Friday 7th May

This is Bracken who is going to change someone’s life. She is being raised locally by a family for 12 to 15 months and will go on to become a Guidedog to a vision impaired person or as an Assistant Dog for a family of a child with autism.
Please support Guidedog Day Friday 7th May .
You can donate online

Mary O’Brien’s birthday fundraiser

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
I’ve this chosen this because my late husband Pat had leukaemia and this had an enormous impact on oùr family.Sadly Pat passed away in 2011 and this year will be the 10th anniversary of his passing and I hope that you’ll consider contributing as a way of celebrating with me. Every little bit will help me reach my goal. I’ve included information about The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society below.
The LLS mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world, provides free information and support services, and is the voice for all blood cancer patients seeking access to quality, affordable, coordinated care.
100% of your donation goes directly to the charity.

In memory of our father John Linehan

In memory of our father John Linehan, we have decided to run a GoFundMe, in aid of the CUH Oncology Ambulatory Centre and Marymount Hospice. The majority of the funds will go to the Ambulatory Centre in CUH. This service is absolutely vital, because cancer patients are so immunosuppressed, in many emergency situations it’s too risky to enter A&E. The Oncology Ambulatory Centre provides a dedicated A&E clinic specifically for cancer patients, thereby saving countless lives, purely by saving the patients from the huge infection risk of a normal A&E. It is vital that this service is funded, but as of right now, it is severely underfunded, and only able to function from 9-5 Monday to Friday. This service helped Dad countless times, and saved his life when regular A&E wouldn’t have been able to. In his memory, we are determined to help fund this unit, because if it can provide any patient the care it provided our dad, it is genuinely priceless.


Nicholas J Buckley from Millstreet is cycling 300km in aid of Jack & Jill foundation


Nicholas J Buckley from Millstreet is cycling 300km in aid of Jack & Jill foundation to raise money for Homecare Nursing Hours for Jack & Jill children fundraiser 24th December – 31st December.
Members of Sliabh Luachra Cycling Club aged 10 upwards are cycling  an accumulation of 18 000 km between December 24th and 31st in aid of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation. It’s been a tough year for every Charity and we want to put our shoulder to the wheel by helping a Jack and Jill as they are a charity close to some of our club members that do unbelievable work providing in home nursing care for sick children that some unfortunately are near end of life. Every €16 raised provides 1 hour of nursing care to these families. Every euro raised goes direct the source required.
If you would like to support you can donate through the link below.

Millstreet Calendar 2021- Only 25 left

Only 25 calendars are now left to purchase from the following outlets; Guerin’s Ballydaly, Herlihy’s Centra, O’Regan Mills, Wordsworth, Supervalu, Coleman’s Centra & Dairygold Co-op at a cost of €7.

The organisation nominated to benefit from the proceeds this year is the Canon O’Donovan Centre, (Meals on Wheels Service) Clara Road, Millstreet.

The calendar will make an ideal Christmas gift for family & friends, at home & abroad.

Fundraising For The Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation

35 Members (Aged 9 to adults) of Sliabh Luachra Cycling Club will accumulate 15000km between December 24th – 31st to raise fund for the Jack & Jill Children Foundation.
All funds raised  will go directly to this great cause. The funds are used to provide in home nursing care for families of great need.
They are hoping you can help  by donating whatever you can.



Great Response to Dromtariffee Parish Annual Harvest Collection

There was a great Response to the Dromtariffee Parish Hall Annual Harvest Collection for Cork Penny Dinners and Local Saint Vincent de Paul Branch,there was a huge amount of very worthwhile Food,Clothing and other Necessary Items donated along with Cash Donations to the Amount of €512 to Cork Penny Dinners and €400 to Saint Vincent de Paul,we want to Sincerely Thank Everyone for there Fantastic Generosity which will help in a big way to make Christmas a bit more comfortable for People who are in need in these Challenging Times we are living in,Many Many Thanks for your Support.

St Vincent de Paul Annual Appeal

Every facet of life has been severely affected by the Covid 19 virus.  Political, economical, social, sporting and religious activities have all been compromised. Sadly, people have lost their lives, thousands more have fallen ill, lost their jobs and despite Covid payments, have found their livelihoods threatened. The St.Vincent De Paul Society acknowledges the great trauma many have suffered as a consequence.
While continuing to help those most in need, the Society too has seen it’s income diminish by as much as 70%.  St. Patrick’s here in Millstreet depends for most of it’s donations from the Annual Christmas Appeal at the church gate.  Unfortunately, this will not be held this year.  However should you wish to donate, you may do so by using the self addressed envelopes that can be found in the churches at Kilcorney,  Millstreet,  Ballydaly, Cullen, Derrinagree & Dromagh or you can personally hand in a donation to the presbytery in Millstreet and Dromtariffe.
St. Patrick’s Conference sincerely thanks all those who have already donated.
To anyone who requires our assistance or indeed if you know of someone who may be in need, please contact us at 087 9597950.
The Conference would like to wish each and everyone a Safe, Peaceful and a Happy Christmas and we pray that the New Year will bring an end to what has been a turbulent and disturbing time.
A Christmas thought..
“Not everything that is countable counts, but everything that counts is countable”

Traditional Bronze Turkeys for Sale

Hi all,

It’s that time of year again and we must all turn our minds to the festive season. The festive season of course wouldn’t be the same without a delicious turkey for the dinner table on Christmas day! I rear traditional bronze turkeys in the Millstreet area. 100% Irish, oven ready for the big day you can have the option to also have them boned and rolled to make the day that bit easier! For more information or to place an order please contact me Sean on 085 7847879 I’d be delighted to hear from you!

Millstreet Calendar 2021


Millstreet Community Council Ltd. would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who submitted photographs for the Millstreet 2021 calendar. We received 150 photographs, all of which deserved to be included. However, with the limited space available, only 20 could be selected.

A limited number of calendars are now available to purchase from the following outlets; Guerin’s Ballydaly, Herlihy’s Centra, O’Regan Mills, Wordsworth, Supervalu, Coleman’s Centra & Dairygold Co-op at a cost of €7.

The organisation nominated to benefit from the proceeds this year is the Canon O’Donovan Centre, (Meals on Wheels Service) Clara Road, Millstreet.

The calendar will make an ideal Christmas gift for family & friends, at home & abroad.

Cork’s Maureen O Sullivan and her Hamper Packers Community Christmas Appeal 2020

That time of year again, lets share the spirit of Christmas.

Cork’s Maureen O Sullivan and her Hamper Packers

Community Christmas Appeal 2020

Running now for 42 years

Individual Food Hamper parcels are made up for the Homeless at Christmas.

If you’d like to donate items for these parcels, the following would be a great help:

Essential foods :

Small jars of Coffee /Tea Small jars of jam/marmalade
Cereal bars/chocolate/sweets Small packs of rice/Cup-a-Soup/   Pot-noodles
Biscuits/crackers Easy to open Tins of: fruit, fish, meat, stews, chicken, etc.

Hygiene items suitable for Men:   toothbrushes, toothpaste, handgels, shampoo, combs, shower gels, face-cloths, baby-wipes.

Small items of clothing:  socks, hats, scarfs & gloves.



Due to Covid 19 restrictions and to keep safe we will have drop off points in:

Millstreet Car Park on Friday 11th December from 1.30  to 3.30 pm by Carnegie hall side, as well as on Saturday 12th December 11.30 to 1pm.

Dromagh Church Car Park on Friday 11th December at 2.30pm

Derrinagree Church Car park on Saturday 12 December at 2.30pm

This year items will be packed locally into Christmas Hampers and taken to Cork on Friday 18th December to be delivered out to the homeless.

Any extras will be given out to the needy at this time.

Thank you once again for supporting this yearly event.

Margaret Crean 087 2212864 (local person) or Maureen 087 7950325

Support both Gerry Sparrow & Alan Dunne of Herlihys Centra

Please support both Gerry Sparrow & Alan Dunne of Herlihys Centra Millstreet as they take part in the “Musgrave Triathlon: That’s Not A Triathlon!”

Over the month of November, they will both complete over 150km between them by either walking, running, swimming or cycling! All proceeds will go to Breakthrough Cancer Research.

“We are totally committed to raising substantial funds this year for Breakthrough Cancer Research and would really value your support.”

Donation buckets are located at the till, or you can ask either participant for details of the GoFundMe page.

We both thank you in advance for your support!

The Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation

Cynthia Daly and friends are asking you to support “UptheHill20, to give a push up that fundraising hill for Jack & Jill whose fundraising calendar has been severely flattened due to Covid 19.  By donating as little as €16.00, you are very kindly funding the cost of 1 hour of home nursing care for a sick child and bridging the €250,000 funding gap which the charity is currently experiencing.

Jack & Jill foundation is a national charity providing vital home nursing and end of life support to 362 children across Ireland who have complex medical and life- threatening conditions. Despite Covid- 19, the charities services marches on, as the nursing teams keep going just like the families they support.

Witnessing at first hand the vital support the charity provides in the home nursing care of her niece Olivia, who suffers from a rare genetic disorder, Cynthia is climbing Cardiac Hill in an effort to say thank you and enable the charity to continue providing the service and support to many families who find themselves in a very challenging place. For these families, their Jack & Jill nurses are their backbone and life line.  The charity enables families and carers to do normal day to day things, knowing their child is in professional care.

You too can climb a hill for those that can’t, show your solidarity and ask your friends to support you.   You may donate www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Cynthia-Daly, to account IE90KIR099219301063740, or by placing a donation in one of our collection boxes.


Millstreet Vintage Club Update

To all our Club Members and Friends we hope you are all keeping well in these sometimes difficult and challenging times we are living in,because of the still ongoing Current Covid 19 Situation and all the uncertainty that it brings in trying to organise Events/Gatherings etc and most importantly in the Interest of Health and Safety for all Millsteet Vintage Club Members,Friends and the General Public the following Club Activities will not be taking place,these are as follows,

Autumn Charity Car Run on Sunday Sept 6th,
Cart Carriganima Charity Tractor Run on Sunday Sept 20th,

These decisions were not taken lightly on what should be a great Year of 10th Anniversary Celebrations for Millstreet Vintage Club and we apologise to all our Club Members and Supporters for this but Safety is our Number 1 priority for Everybody and we look forward to getting back on the Road with Club Activities in the very near Future,Take Care and Stay Safe Everyone.

Cullen & Ballydaly Community Groups

Cullen & Ballydaly Community Groups

“Helping Out”

Sunday August 9th     Time 11am – 1pm

Drop off Points: Cullen Community Centre and Ballydaly Community Hall

Accepting home baking on the day 



Not a baker …..NO PROBLEM… Perishable goods are greatly accepted and Cash Donations are more than welcome. No donation too small.

Please contact the following if you have any further questions

Der O’Connor                  086 3831959    Niall O’Brien  087 2657836

Diarmuid O’Connell     086 3515064     Tom McCarthy 087 9640582

Derry Morley 087 7423366


Gravy Granuels, Tinned Rice, Salt/Pepper, Cooking Oil, Cereals, Dried Pasta, Hand Wash, Peas/Beans, Tea/Coffee, Tinned Fruit, Biscuits, Fruit/Veg, Toilet Rolls, Bleach, Soup, Jelly. Sugar, Cakes, Juices.

Please ensure perishable goods are in date

10 peaks hike in aid of Alone Ireland

I am hiking 10 peaks in 2 weeks in aid of Alone Ireland, a charity that provides some wonderful support and services to the elderly of Ireland; a cohort of our population that has been particularly impacted by Covid 19.

The last of the 10 hikes will be Claragh Mountain in my homeplace of Millstreet and I would love to ask people if they are interested to support. They are welcome to come along to participate and/or donate.

Anna O’Sullivan, daughter of James O’Sullivan, Killarney Rd, Claragh

My number is 086 6695436 if anyone has any questions or would like to come along, just let me know.

Click here to help Anna raise money to support Alone


Donations by AIB Millstreet

AIB Bank Millstreet absolutely delighted to support three Local Community Groups to continue their important work during this difficult time. Pictured below are Carmel Hickey, AIB Bank Millstreet making presentations to Nora O’Connor CNM St. Joseph’s Daycare Centre Social Action Group, Rathmore, Marie O Sullivan, Manager, Millstreet Day Centre, and Margaret Collins, Director of Nursing, St.Josephs Community Hospital, Millstreet.

Eoin McCormack with Millstreet Connections Inspires All

An eight-year-old boy from Dublin who was due to make his First Holy Communion tomorrow is instead cycling a marathon close to his home for a charity close to his heart.   This wonderfully uplifting and very inspiring story recently featured on the RTÉ Television News. He has already raised nearly €11,000 through his GoFundMe Page !!   Update: The Fund has now reached an absolutely amazing €67,172.00 which includes a very generous contribution by Conor McGregor of €50,000.00! (S.R.)

Man biking


Well done Eoin on behalf of all the coaches and boys from Kilmacud in Dublin….was just one of the many messages shared with Eoin.

This is Eoin McCormack of Dublin who is Essie Roche’s Grandson. Eibhlín, Bríd & Ciarán Roche wish their cousin the very best of luck.  Sincere congratulations to Eoin on his truly inspirational project.   Eoin’s Mum is Margaret (née Roche) of Drishanebeg.  Tap on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

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