Coomacheo/Curragh Wind Farms are allocating funds to projects in the local community.
Airtricity would like to invite applications from community-based projects/activities in the locality* of our wind farms at Coomacheo/Curragh Wind Farm, near Millstreet, Co. Cork.
Airtricity has launched a new application process for the community fund awards.
New criteria have been put in place giving preference to projects that have an energy efficiency or sustainability theme.
Closing date for applications is Friday 16th July 2011.
I was walking sunday in kerry and we began our walk alongside Lough Acoose, on returning from our walk I found a pair of glasses. I know a cork group were also there.Were ye the group and is some member missing glasses? Mike (email: <email> )
There will be a meeting in Dromtariffe hall Sunday Next May 29th at 8:30pm to orgainise A Vintage Run And Family Fun Day in memory of Jerry O’Leary and to raise money for the Oncology unit in Cork University Hospital, All welcome to attend.
In loving memory of Anne Casey Joy, Highland View, Dunloe Upper, Beaufort, Killarney, Co Kerry, and formerly of Curraraigue, Banteer who died on the 24 May 2010.
On this, Anne’s first anniversary, her husband Billy, son William, daughter Grace, father Michael, brothers Niall, John, Michael, Martin, Declan, and extended family thank most sincerely all those who sympathised with us and supported us on our sad loss, those who visited the house, and attended Anne’s wake, removal,and funeral mass. Thanks to all our relatives, friends, and neighbours for all their support and generosity at the time and since. We thank those who travelled long distances, who sent perpetual enrolments, mass cards, letters and messages of sympathy. Our thanks to Fr. Harrington, Fr.O Dochartaigh for their help. To Derry, Rosie, Paud, and Mary for their beautiful music. Thanks to Tim and Mike O Shea, undertakers, for their wonderful care and professionalism. [read more …] “Anne Casey Joy acknowledgement and 1st anniversary”
Hi, I am moving to Australia in the next 2 weeks and am trying to find a home for my two cats. They are indoor cats, male and female, both neutered and vaccinated.
Please get back to me on 087-9495835 or at my email: <email>
Millstreet Pipe Band will be having a 60th Anniversary Celebration at the Dromhall Hotel, Killarney, Co. Kerry on March 26th 2011, with music on the night by the Kelt.
This is an opportunity for the Millstreet Community & for past members to join in with the celebrations of the band.
This Patrick’s Day marks 60 years playing in the Millstreet St.Patricks Day Parade, and that 60 years is a huge achievement because it is 60 years of unbroken service, the kind of which is rarely seen these days.
There are two members of the first Se.Patricks Day Parade still playing in the band for the 60th Parade this year. Is this a record, for 60 years of unbroken service?
(click on the poster on the left for the details in full)
Frank Twomey and Pakie O’Callaghan continue their tour of the highly acclaimed Life after Santa Ponsa. On March 5th 2011 audiences at Dromtariffe Parish Hall will have a chance to see this uproariously funny comedy.
Written and performed by comedians Frank Twomey and Pakie O’Callaghan, stars of Joe Duffy’s Funny Friday and Bull Island, Life After Santa Ponsa charts the adventures of two hapless Cork couples Finbarr and Carmel, John and Noreen and their madcap families. [read more …] “Life after Santa Ponsa in Dromtarriffe”
A final Reminder That the Macra Mystery tour is on this Saturday night Feb 26th. Tickets are selling fast so please book your tickets fast so not to miss out.
Tickets are priced at €20.00 and are available from James @ 085 2751235 or Rebecca @ 087 9492965.
A Celebration Night in honour of Seán Radley in the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet on Saturday, February 19th 2011 at 7.30 p.m. Light Refreshments. Musical Entertainment and Bar Facilities.
Tickets at €10 are available in shops and public houses in Millstreet as well as from any member of the organising committee.