11am to 3pm, Saturday 7th & Saturday 14th of December, in The Square, Millstreet
Egans of Cork, one of the largest family run hearing and optical businesses, is delighted to announce that they will be running hearing clinics in Tullig Medical Centre starting in December. Egans have been involved in testing hearing and supplying and fitting hearing aids for over 40 years.
Egans promise their customers:
Free Hearing Test and consultation with a fully qualified Hearing Aid Audiologist
30 day money back guarantee
Full aftercare service for as long as needed
3 years guarantee with every new hearing aid purchased
Home visits when needed
Repairs for all makes of hearing aids
The hearing test which is free takes approximately 1 hour.
All appointments can be booked by phoning Egans Hearing on 021 4276414 or by booking an appointment through the website www.eganshearing.ie.
Wanted – Qualified Gym Instructor in Millstreet Town. Even part-time hours of 7 to 10 pm nightly would be acceptable. Please contact Millstreet Community Council.
When speaking with Tommy Burke at Supervalu today I discovered that the Toy Factory at Pound Hill (Hegarty Street) was known as Celtic Toys 1965 – 1977. When Tommy and his dedicated Staff took over it became known as Clara Toys (& Clothing Co.) 1978 – 2004. We had lots of interest in our recent Bob Emprimo Doll feature. Many thanks to Tommy for such an interesting update. (S.R.)
Mature Lady required to mind child in child’s own home and also household duties on two to three days a week in the Cullen area. One’s own transport is necessary. For those interested please email millstreetmuseum @eircom.net and your response will be forwarded to the advertiser of this notice. (S.R.)
Brown and Black Beagle missing in the Millstreet area. Last seen on the Drishane road. Wearing a blue harness with blue lead still attached. He may be stuck somewhere because of the lead. Answers to Bobby. Any info please message me on this or call 0872335777 / 02970085
Update 1st Nov: bobby is back home safe and sound today 🙂
Missing House Cat from Lackabawn/Priests cross since last Friday evening. Answers to
Golden Labrador missing this morning.
Last seen outside Centra, West End around 8am this Sunday morning.
Any sightings please call 087 9379269.
The Owner of the Golden Labrador wishes to express sincere thanks to All who very kindly helped to find the missing family pet. It happens that the dog met a number of people from the Pony Show this morning who were shopping at Centra. He/she decided to follow them to the Show at Green Glens. He/she found the jumps most interesting and was noted by the many spectators who were quite charmed by the dog. Luckily, Emma Hickey who was working in the Show Office saw our above alert on the website and immediately made contact with the Owner. Well done, Emma. Great that the story has a happy ending…The Lost/Found Prayer also said may have helped as well! (S.R.)
We share further pictures from the praiseworthy [read more …] “Rathcoole Playschool Raises €200.00 for “Childline” through “Breakfast Together” in School with Budding Artists also Adding to the Happy Occasion”
My 3 year old female minature Jack Russell is looking for a new home
She is very friendly and great with small children
The reason for giving her away is moving home
contact Joeanne at 086-2656267
The dog is elderly and suffering from hearing loss but may answer to her name Jackie.
If found please call 087-1342124. Thanking you for your help. <email>
Update 11pm: Siobhain sends huge thank you to everyone who helped with the search for our dog Jackie. She was found earlier tonight thanks to the notice on millstreet.ie 🙂
Cork Educational and Training Board promotes and co-ordinates community education programmes , the programmes are based locally and are tailored to meet people’s needs. Adult and Community Education encourages dialogue and values life experience. What is perhaps most important is that the education system now allows for life-long learning and this can include accreditation or non-accreditation.
The taster programmes involve a blend of the practical and the creative. These programmes are suited to those who wish to return to training ,those who want to access further education or employment. Tasters provide a way of testing the waters as it were. The Open Morning will be held this Friday 25 October at the E Centre Millstreet (10:00 – 12:00). This is an opportunity to discuss various options.
The taster course is 4weeks long; 3 sessions per week 9.30 -12.30 and will be held in the E centre, Millstreet, these courses might include: Communications, CV and Interview Techniques; Sewing /Alterations; Creative Writing; Music Appreciation; Drama; IT.
Everyone Welcome. We thank Veronica for this important notice. (S.R.)
CORK 20 INTERNATIONAL RALLY
Based in the town of Millstreet, the Cork International Rally provides competitors with 20 stages of autumnal Irish rallying at its finest.Repeat broadcasts:
Saturday 26 October – 5:05,
Monday 28 October – 11:05,
For those people who do not have Sky TV it will be broadcast on TG4 at a later date which I will confirm when I receive it.
We thank Tony McCaul for this important update. (S.R.)
update 21st Oct: The little lad was picked up by his owner 🙂
Presently Millstreet Garda Station is under Kanturk District Headquarters. From 11th November 2013 it will be under Macroom District Headquarters. This will not have an impact on Frontline Policing in the Millstreet area. Millstreet Phone Number is 029 70002 and Macroom Phone Number is 026 20590.
We thank Sgt. Paul O’Donovan for this important information. (S.R.)
A fascinating item from Millstreet’s history has appeared on eBay this week, courtesy of a high quality antique dealer in England – Pushkin Antiques. It’s a ceremonial trowel presented to Miss Madeline McCarthy O’Leary by Cannon Griffin, on the occasion of laying the foundation stone at the Male School in 1893.
The school in question was located across from the Catholic Presbtry on the Clara Road.
The trowel is 925 standard silver purity. Due to it’s historic value and being made from silver, it’s retailing at £1,955 so it is way outside of the budget of Millstreet Museum.
Ideally the successful candidate will have a relevant Credit Union qualification, financial services expertise, staff management and administrative experience.
Applicants are requested to forward
current Curriculum Vitae
along with a covering note in strictest confidence to
Millstreet Credit Union,
Closing date Monday 21st October 2013.
Full details available at the Credit Union [read more …] “Millstreet Credit Union has a vacancy for a manager”