First on Thursday 26th June to say thank you to our customers who come from the schools across the road (children, parents, teachers), we are having our Annual School’s Out Party with treats and giveaway (ice-cream, cakes, tea/coffee) and free entertainment provided by Animal Road Show.
Then on Friday 4th July to raise money for Millstreet Hospital we are doing a 12 hour Cyclothon on a static bike in front of our shop. We are looking for volunteer cyclists, please, and can anyone willing to participate please contact the shop.
In support of the ‘Multiple Sclerosis Society’, Aidan, Gerry and Tony are currently taking on the challenge of cycling from Mizen Head to Malin Head, non-stop in 24 hours. They stopped in Millstreet this evening for some well deserved refreshments. Check out their progress on their Facebook Page
Says Conor: ‘‘FIFA is doing a great job taking the game away from the people.’’ Two years ago, Irish-born Conor had an epiphany. After finishing work as a business analyst at Westpac in Kent Street, Sydney, he needed to kill time before training with Balmain Old Boys, who play in the Canterbury league. He typed ‘‘round-the-world ticket’’ into Google and volunteering abroad came up. ‘‘Guys, I’m moving to Rio,’’ he told his teammates when he arrived at training that night.
Conor, 39, now partners with two organisations in Rio. IASESPE, with which he helps children aged between three and 14, and Carlao’s Football Project, which involves a hundred kids.
Officially the walk starts at 12noon, but this year many people prefer to start earlier so organsiers will be there with registration book at 11am. Starting point down Clara Rd. Many of our walkers have sponsorship cards but most prefer to make a donation in the box when they register.
The organisers would be delighted if people from the Millstreet locality joined us on this.
Update (4th June): Photos from the very successful walk can be seen here
The Galway Flying Club have a gallery of 38 photos of the event: before, during, and after.
The car run begins from the Gleneagle/Brehon Hotel, Killarney at 11am on Saturday, May 24th, and will set off on a route over Molls Gap and the Tim Healy Pass to a rest halt in Castletownbere, returning to Kenmare via Cods Head and Kilmackillogue for a well deserved meal in the Brook Lane Hotel.
This years charity is the Kerry/Cork Health Link Bus. Anne’s brothers, Declan, John and Martin and their friends in the Irish Escort Owners club organise the annual event along with Anne’s husband Billy.
The first run in 2010 raised €4,500 for the palliative care unit in Kerry General Hospital. The following year, €2,500 was raised for continue reading…
Millstreet Juvenile GAA Fun Walk May 5th @ 12pm from the GAA Hall.
The sponsored walk is to raise funds for our club and the Mercy Hospital.
There will be a choice of two routes (Weather Permitting:
Sponsor cards will be distributed to the schools. All children must be accompanied by an adult for the walk. Light refreshments will be served afterwards in the GAA hall. Your support is greatly appreciated !
A chara, this is Joe from the Cork Deaf Association. We are planning to hold a church gate collection at St. Patrick’s on Saturday 31st of May and Sunday 1st June. If anyone is interested in partaking at this event we would be most grateful.
Thank you, J.L. (021) 4505944 www.corkdeaf.ie
Duhallow Choral Society will be in concert
in aid of
the Cancer Care Unit in CUH
on Sunday April 13th at 8pm in Boherbue Church.
Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Tickets 10 euro. further information tel. 087/9774740
Coordinator, Mary Fitzgerald, Killarney Road and her wonderfully dedicated Team were delighted with the very impressive €1,080.00 fundraised through the recent Daffodil Day 2014 Coffee Morning held at Millstreet GAA Community Hall. Mary extends sincere thanks to all who supported this very praiseworthy cause. (S.R.)
Great credit is due to the very dedicated organisers of this praiseworthy event in Cullen which is now in its 29th year. Here we share further images from Monday night’s uplifting continue reading…
Hollymount National School, Rathmore
are hosting a
Daffodil Day/Coffee Morning in aid of ‘Irish Cancer Society’
from 10am to 12pm on Friday 28th March.
FREE health talk, blood pressure monitoring and BMI will be available on the day.
Come join us for a cuppa and home-baking. Please support.
A marvellous Dalmation Dog will be following the horse carriage. On Sunday we noted how similar in colouring were the very patient horse and the dog! Here we view some further images from the official launch. The fundraising is of course in aid of Cancer Research and all funds will be directed to the Cork Centre where such excellent research work is being carried out. Aghinagh Macra na Feirme will be lending very valuable support during the Drive which takes place from 9th to 19th July 2014. We recorded the launch event for LTV2 which will be broadcast soon and will give people an opportunity to hear the splendid addresses shared by such coordinators for Breakthrough Cancer Research as Orla Dolan, BSc MBS. More information will follow closer to the continue reading…
A big ‘thank you’ to everyone who supported the cake sale that took place in Millstreet GAA Hall last night (1st March) and this morning after 11.30am Mass. A total of €538.50 was raised. As a result, the €4000 target to cover the travel and accommodation costs of the six students who are going to Lourdes as helpers at Easter with the IHCPT – The Irish Pilgrimage Trust, has now been reached! Thank you to everyone who has supported the students in their efforts over the last few months. We wish them well for their week in Lourdes. J. Magee