Primary Teacher Offering Service to Mind Children During this Time

Hi there, I am a Primary Teacher.   I’m the Millstreet area and I want to offer my services to mind children in this area whose parents are so badly needed in GP Practices and Hospitals at the moment.. I am fully Garda Vetted and I am a Parish Representative for the Safeguarding of Children in the Parish of Millstreet….
Above all, I do not want praise or accolades for this… I just want to be of use…
My mobile number is:
087 6489120

“Radio Treasures” on CMS from 9:30 to 11pm this Tuesday 17th March 2020

We invite you to tune into a very special “Radio Treasures” programme this evening at 9:30pm with some very real gems from the 1920s and 1930s.   Log in on Cork Music Station.   Happy Listening.  (S.R.)

Millstreet Museum’s 40th Anniversary Today

It’s exactly 40 years to the very day when on St. Patrick’s Day 1980 Pádraig Ó Maidín, Cork Co. Librarian officially opened Millstreet Museum at the Carnegie Hall in the presence of the “Millstreet Rovers Band” and a very large attendance.   To celebrate this very special 40th Anniversary we take you on a Virtual Tour of the present Museum featuring some 13 images.   Sincere thanks to the very many people who have been hugely supportive of our Museum work over the past 40 years.   Míle buíochas.   Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh go léir.   Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Millstreet Museum’s 40th Anniversary Today”

St. Patrick’s Day Mass to be Broadcast on CMS at 1pm Tues. 17th March 2020

While one may be able to view the 11.30 am Mass on Church Television on St. Patrick’s Day 2020 – for those who cannot receive the signal we shall be broadcasting a near live recording available worldwide of the Mass on Cork Music Station at 1pm.   Our transmission which is accessible on Laptop, iPad, Phone and Internet Radio begins at 12.55pm with a wonderful version of the hymn “Hail Glorious St. Patrick”.   Following the celebration of Mass by Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. – we invite you to 30 minutes of a musical treat with some very rare 78rpm record gems which will include Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, Pat White with “It’s the same old shillelagh”, Martin Beirne & His Irish Blackbirds – to mention but some of the real Irish songs and music from a bygone age.   To tune into our broadcast simply tap on Cork Music StationSincere thanks to the many people who contacted us following Sunday’s broadcast.   A very Happy St. Patrick’s Day to All.   Keep safe.  Tap on the images below to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Two Prayers of Protection against Coronavirus COVID-19 are now on display in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

[read more …] “St. Patrick’s Day Mass to be Broadcast on CMS at 1pm Tues. 17th March 2020”

Wise Facilities in Place While Shopping

Joe Fitzgerald, Manager, O’Keeffe’s Supervalu, Millstreet demonstrating wise practice at the entrance to Supervalu. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
And a newly installed washing facility near the check-outs. The tap is activated by pressing the sink unit with one’s knee. Paper towels provided overhead.

Wonderfully Uplifting Positive Reaction to Our CMS Broadcast of Mass on Sunday 15th March 2020 at 1 pm

Following our Audio Broadcast on Cork Music Station this Sunday at 1pm of a recording of today’s Celebration of Mass by Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. in St. Patrick’s Church at 11:30 am we received many uplifting messages from far and wide from people who truly appreciated receiving the transmission in their own homes during these challenging times of Coronavirus COVID-19.   Here is just a brief selection of the very kind comments:

On our Facebook Page some 59 made contact from various locations such as Russell Murphy in Australia, Eileen Murphy in Louisville, Kentucky, USA and Carmel Smith of Dublin Lots of Local People expressed their appreciation indicating how impressed they were with the clarity of the signal.

Our next live Audio Broadcast of Tuesday’s 11:30 am Mass is on St. Patrick’s Day – 17th March, 2020 at 1 pm (Irish time) .  This special transmission will be followed by a brief Music Feature celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.  Tap on the image below to enlarge.  (S.R.)

The very fine statue of St. Patrick in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.

Prayer of Protection Against Coronavirus COVID-19

We thank Pat Breen for the following wonderfully meaningful

Prayer of Protection Against Coronavirus COVID-19

               Lord Jesus Christ, You travelled through towns and villages curing every disease and illness.  At your command, the sick were made well.  Come to our aid now, in the midst of the global spread of the Coronavirus, that we may experience Your healing love.

  Heal those who are sick with the virus.  May they regain their strength and health through quality medical care.  

  Heal us from our fear which prevents nations working together and neighbours from helping one another.   

Appearing briefly to the west of Millstreet on Wednesday evening (19th Sept. 2018) we captured this truly magical sunset over Killarney Road as Ireland is relieved that Storm Ali is now passed on. Note the exquisite rays and the silver lining of the clouds to the left. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

Recording of this Sunday’s Mass Presently Being Broadcast on CMS

Transmission of this morning’s celebration of Mass in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet is currently being broadcast – started at 1pm and

Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. celebrating Mass this Sunday morning in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.

continues for 32 minutes.   To hear the transmission just tap on Cork Music StationWe welcome your comments after the broadcast indicating perhaps what part of the world you have received the transmission.  (S.R.)

Broadcast of Sunday Mass from St. Patrick’s Church Millstreet

For those who may not be able to access the Church Television live broadcast of the  11.30 am Mass on Sunday, 15th March 2020 in Millstreet we shall be transmitting an audio recording of that Mass at 1pm on Cork Music Station which one may access on Laptop, iPad or Phone by tapping on the following link:  Cork Music Station .  That recording is heard worldwide on our Internet Radio Channel.  If this initial broadcast is successful we may (with permission) audio broadcast the Mass live in future transmissions.  (S.R.)

St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet – Tap on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

The list of local broadcasts from local churches are:
Millstreet
Rathmore
Kiskeam
Boherbue

“Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm This Sunday on C103

We thank Presenter, John Greene for advance information regarding this Sunday (15th March 2020) evening’s programme on C103 .  (S.R.)

He fell from an escalator and broke a number of ribs.  He was diagnosed with pneumonia and suffered a slight stroke, all in the space of three weeks.

He recently celebrated his 97th birthday and none of the aforementioned setbacks seem to have bothered him greatly.  He is as sharp and as witty as ever.

John O’Leary is originally from Carrigroe near Clonakilty, but now living in Cobh.  You have met him on several occasions on Where the road takes me, mainly talking about his time in the Garda Siochana between 1942 and 1955, a time not without many incidents.

This week he reflects on his time in England.  We hear about Margaret Thatcher, the Yorkshire miners, the IRA hunger strikers and Fatima.  They’re all connected, in a way.

We hear how the actions of Gerry Fitt surprised him and his mood darkens as he remembers a tragic end to three Garda colleagues. [read more …] ““Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm This Sunday on C103″

Receiving Live Streaming of Mass from Rathmore

Sharon Lane shared the following:

From now, until Friday 20th March 2020, the regular Mass Schedule is set aside.   No Public Mass will be said.

Join us for Mass through our Rathmore Parish Streaming Service   (NOTE: BOHERBUE PARISH will soon also have this Service).   To log in just tap on this highlighted link:   Rathmore Parish Streaming Service

Rathmore Parish Streamed Mass Schedule:

Saturday 14th 7.00p.m
Sunday 15th 11.00am
Monday 16th 7.00p.m
St Patrick’s Day 11.00a.m
Wednesday 18th 7.00p.m
Thursday 19th 10.00am
Friday 20th 7.00p.m

How do I access this Mass ?

Computer, iPad or Phone.

Google Search:   MCN MEDIA Rathmore Parish

Click the following link:  St Josephs Church, Rathmore Live Webcam … MCN Media

We also thank Phil, Kit and David for the above information.  (S.R.)

One may also receive Mass transmission on EWTN, Radio Maria Ireland and on RTÉ 1 Television.

Tuning into Millstreet Church Television

For those fortunate enough to be able to receive an acceptable reception of Millstreet Church Television one may tune into the live transmission of Mass when it’s being celebrated.   For those who wish to know how to tune in:   The signal is broadcast on UHF Channel 53 which is an analogue channel.   Most modern televisions broadcast a digital signal but many still have an analogue facility which can be tuned in to UHF Channel 53 only when the signal is operating during a Service in the Church.  The signal also depends on the aerial facing in the direction of the Church.  This can then be saved.   If one wished to acquire this service on their television the wisest approach is to contact a Professional Television Technician who can determine if your television can in fact received the signal.   Location and distance from the Church is also a determining factor.    The next feature will describe how you may receive Mass transmissions through the Internet.  (S.R.)

Millstreet Lotto Postponed

Millstreet Lotto Committee would like to announce that, due to the Covid-19 Virus, the weekly local lotto draws are postponed for the foreseeable future. Please keep any tickets and monies for this week’s draw (15 th March) safely until we can announce a suitable draw date. There will be no tickets issued in the interm.

Millstreet Adult Learning Centre

Millstreet Adult Learning Centre: All classes are cancelled as issued in the Department of Education and Skills statement. This is effective until 29th March and any updates will be posted as soon as directed on the Department of Education and Skills website. I will also notify Learners directly and put posters on the window for information.

The Loft Fitness Studio is temporarily closed

WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT THE LOFT FITNESS STUDIO MILLSTREET IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED.

I HAVE MADE THIS VERY DIFFICULT DECISION
FOR THE SAFETY & WELL BEING OF OUR CUSTOMERS & THEIR FAMILIES

NO CLASSES OR WEIGH INS AT THE LOFT FITNESS STUDIO MILLSTREET FOR THE NEXT 7 DAYS Due To The Seriousness Of Covid 19, A Decision Will Be Made On Saturday 21st March On What Further Steps Will be Taken.

Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

I am acting in the publics interest to insure that we are doing the very best we can to control the spread of this virus. Any questions please don’t hesitate to text or ring on 0876856930.

BEST WISHES TO EVERYONE
PAT SHEEHAN, THE LOFT

Millstreet Community Astroturf and Gym, Children’s Playground, Library and Museum Closed Until Further Notice

Because of Coronavirus COVID-19 – Millstreet Community Astroturf and Gym, Children’s Playground, Library and Museum are now Closed until Further Notice.   And the Local Lotto Committee has decided to also postpone the Weekly Draw until further notice.  (S.R.)

Tap on the image to enlarge.

Millstreet C.V. Support Group

Millstreet C.V. Support Group

We are a volunteer community group set up to help people who fear being exposed to the COVID-19 virus or who may have to self-isolate. They may have the virus or have been in close contact and as a result are confined to their homes.
The group consists of almost 20 volunteers so far. We have two vans and a array of personal skills. We can provide assistance by organising shopping and delivery of groceries, firing etc. All our services are totally free to the community.
If the pandemic develops and the requests for assistance change the group will evolve to meet these new demands where possible. We will be organising a mail drop of this information to every home in our area in the next few days. More volunteers would be extremely welcome.
For more information contact: Jeremiah Keating at 087 7932736 or Liam Flynn at 087 6380053.

 

https://www.pressreader.com/ireland/the-corkman/20200319/281719796661832

 

Centenary Commemoration Event for An tAthair Peadar Deferred Until a Later Time

Joe O’Leary (pictured 4th from left in back row) – one of the Organisers of the Centenary Commemoration Event for An tAthair Peadar Ó Laoghaire – has been in touch with us indicating that due to Coronavirus COVID-19 the important event has been deferred until a future time.  (S.R.)

Some members of An tAthair Peadar Commemorative Committee pictured recently in Carriganima. Tap on the image to enlarge.

Appearance of Shandrum Céilí Band on this Friday’s “Late Late Show” Now Deferred to a Later Date

We have heard from Rosario Buckley who is Alan Finn’s Official Publicist. Rosario officially confirmed the fact that the Shandrum Céilí Band‘s appearance on the “Late Late Show” is deferred to a later date due to  Coronavirus COVID-19.

An important update regarding the original post below:

Due to the Taoiseach’s Announcement today there will be no live acts on this Friday’s “Late Late Show”.   The Shandrum Céilí Band’s appearance has been deferred to a later date.

Thus the following original feature regarding the “Late Late Show” appearance of the Band does not apply now:  The Shandrum Céilí Band are due to feature on this Friday night’s “Late Late Show”(13th March 2020) on RTÉ 1.  They were due to be part of the Show originally scheduled to have been broadcast from Limerick but have been invited to Dublin now that the Show from Limerick has been cancelled due to Covid-19 Coronavirus.   Also the Fundraising Concert that they were due to play at in Kiskeam this Sunday night (15th March) at 7pm for the Kiskeam Playground Development has been cancelled and will be re-scheduled for a later date.    In light of the recent public health threat, it is with great regret that we have decided to postpone our Fundraising Concert. All tickets sold will be honoured for the rescheduled date. Any queries contact ticket sellers.    We thank Anne Goggin for this important notice.  (S.R.)

The Magnificent Shandrum Céilí Band pictured in Buttevant Church in May 2017.

 

Seachtain na Gaeilge 2020 at Millstreet Library

Paddy O’Brien (pictured at back centre) gave a superb presentation as Gaeilge (in the Irish language) to the 5th Class Pupils of Presentation N.S., Millstreet at the recent Seachtain na Gaeilge (Irish Language Week) in Millstreet Library.  We thank Teacher Mairéad and Librarian Nora for the images.   Tap on the pictures to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Carriganima, Rathmore and Millstreet Parades 2020 Cancelled

Due to Covid-19 Coronavirus the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parades are cancelled in Rathmore, Millstreet and Carriganima where in The Pub this Sunday night from 8 to 10 the ever-popular singer from Co. Wexford – Michelle Murphy will be performing a range of superb songs.  Michelle had been appointed the Grand Marshal of the Carriganima 2020 Parade.  (S.R.)

Tap on Poster to enlarge.

Special “Radio Treasures” Music Programme this Tuesday Night

While we resume our usual “Radio Treasures” next Tuesday, 17th March 2020 at 9:30 pm – tonight (10th March) from 9.30 to 11.00 we invite you to 90 minutes of a superb selection of songs and music to which one can relax.   Log in on Cork Music Station on your phone, laptop or on internet radio.  Happy Listening!  (S.R.)

Next Transmission of “Radio Treasures” on St. Patrick’s Day 2020

The next transmission of “Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station will be on Tuesday, 17th March 2020 from 9:30 to 11:00 pm.   There will not be a broadcast of the programme  on Tuesday, 10th March.  (S.R.)

Cheque Presentation at The Pub in Carriganima to Parkinson’s Support Group

A Cheque Presentation in The Pub Carriganima to Margaret Garvey from Parkinson’s Support Group from a successful fundraising night held in The Pub in November 2019. Entertainment by Tim Joe and Ann, story telling by Connie O’Riordan. Thanks for all the support.  (We thank Seán Murphy and Sheila Lane for the feature and for the images below….S.R.)