Presenter John Greene tell us that Programme Two of The Piper of Crossbarry will be broadcast in “Where the Road Take Me” series on C103 this Sunday (19th Jan. 2020) at 7pm . (S.R.)
We present recent pictorial updates from our locality sharing a selection of colourful images. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
A Car Key was left at Wordsworth, The Square, Millstreet today – Sat. 18th Jan. 2020. Owner may contact 086 825 0074 and we shall put that person in touch with Wordsworth. (S.R.)
At least two very colourful Rainbows appeared over Millstreet on this Tuesday, 15th January 2020 – the Feast of St. Ita. Celebrated in Killeedy, Co. Limerick where a beautiful Church Window (in Ashford in the Parish of Killeedy) depicting the renowned Saint may be seen – there is also a close link with St. Ita in Millstreet and is especially associated with Kilmeedy and Tubrid….which is oftentimes referred to as the Holy Well of Ita where in a bygone age people were baptised in the waters of Tubrid. The two Rainbows serve as a reminder of St. Ita’s links to Millstreet. Our images were photographed in West End and Mount Leader this Tuesday morning. Tap on the pictures to enlarge.(S.R.)
We thank Breandán Ó Caoimh for the following very interesting Press Release regarding the upcoming Centenary Commemoration of the renowned An tAthair Peadar Ó Laoghaire. (S.R.)An tAthair Peadar Ó Laoghaire, Comóradh 100 Bliain
The people of Carriganima extend a céad míle fáilte to everybody to join with them in commemorating the centenary of An tAthair Peadar Ó Laoghaire. The commemoration will take place over two days: Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21. The renowned priest, scholar and author was born in the townland of Liscarrigane, in the parish of Clondrohid & Carriganima, and he spent his formative years here. The locality had a profound impact on his work. An tAthair Peadar was a strong advocate of vernacular Irish – the language of the people. His most beloved works include Séadna and Mo Scéal Féin. These stories, among other works, are much loved by students and scholars of Irish to this day. Following his clerical formation in St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, An tAthair Peadar, served as a priest in the Diocese of Cloyne, including in Macroom. He died in Castlelyons in 1922, and he is buried there. An tAthair Peadar is widely regarded as one of the founders of modern Irish literature. [read more …] “An tAthair Peadar Ó Laoghaire, Comóradh 100 Bliain in Carriganima on 20th and 21st March 2020”
Next “Radio Treasures” on Tuesday 21st Jan. 2020 will be a two hour special 9:30 to 11:30 pm with many interviews recorded at BTYSTE 2020 at RDS. No broadcast of the programme this Tuesday evening – 14th Jan.(S.R.)
Stack O’Brien Opticians next clinic
at Reen’s Pharmacy Millstreet
is Tuesday January 21st.
Appointments available, call 0646636477 for more information or to book an appointment.
AIB Bank, Millstreet remembering their esteemed colleague,
Donal Shine, Ballymakeera, Co Cork.
The panniers shown on the bike in this photo were left behind this afternoon, Sunday 12th Jan at 15.30, outside McCarthy’s Bar. When we went back to look for them they were gone. They haven’t been handed in to the Garda Station or local pubs or hotel.
Maybe someone took it up to keep it safe. Let’s hope! I’ve lots of bits and pieces in it for cycling that are really no use to anyone except myself -helmet, gloves etc. The panniers are quite new also and I really like them
The panniers have been found and safely returned to it’s owner.
We thank Principal, Pól Ó Síodhcháin for sharing this Friday evening (10th Jan. 2020) images from the BTYSTE 2020 at the RDS in which MCS features in a number of Award Winning Projects. Sincere congratulations to All the Students who participated and a special mention to the Award Winning Projects. Well done also to the Staff Members who have been wonderfully supportive. One of the brilliant MCS Projects featured in today’s front page of the “Irish Examiner”. Tap on the various images to enlarge. (S.R.) Pól has just shared the following update: “What a proud night for MCS at BTYSTE! In total 5 group awards: 3rd for Harry, Donagh and Darragh in social and behavioural sciences; 2nd for Omar, Darren & Bevin in biological and ecological sciences and a special award from Teagasc. 2 highly commended Awards for Orlaith and Jenny and Eabha, Fia and Taragh. Tremendous achievement! Thanks Seán for helping to create such a positive atmosphere & work ethic in MCS! (It was an honour to be involved in this year’s brilliant event, Pól) We celebrate this amazing success as a whole school community.” During our radio interviews with the Students and Teachers they all emphasised how grateful they were to Millstreet Community Council for the annual much appreciated financial support given for the important BTYSTE experience. (S.R.)
Get your 2020 off to a great start!!
We are looking forward to getting into the swing of our Annual Weigh In.
This year we have a **NEW** Weight Loss Consultant – Local Lady Marie Hickey.
What? Annual Weigh In
Date? Monday 13th January
Where? Cullen Community Centre
150 small square bales
Well saved hay.
Tune into www.corkmusicstation.com for “Radio Treasures” from 9:30pm (7th Jan. 2020) where we focus on stories relating to the attached ten images and we celebrate the 85th Birthday of Elvis who would have been 85 tomorrow. All this and much more tonight on Cork Music Station . Also in tonight’s “Radio Treasures” we include musings, music and songs galore. We remember our Faithful Departed. And we chat about such a variety of topics as illustrated above – Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) Feel most welcome to make contact by logging into our “Seán Radley” Facebook chat page or by texting 086 825 0074 or use Whatsapp using ther same mobile number. One may also email us on millstreetmuseum @eircom.net – Happy Listening! Click here to tune into tonight’s Show. (S.R.)
We thank Jimmy Murphy, Carriganima for alerting us to the fact that at 20 seconds past 8:20pm nightly throughout 2020 the time with year reads as follows: 20:20:20 2020 ! Now is not that quite magical?! (S.R.)
We thank Presenter, John Greene for advance information on this Sunday evening’s programme – 5th Jan. 2020. (S.R.)
It was certainly debatable, but they were heralded as the greatest group since the Beatles.
A bunch of scruffy youngsters from Edinburgh called ‘The Bay City Rollers’ became a tartan teen sensation in the 1970s.
By the late 70s, Rollermania followed and Les McKeown, Alan Longmuir, Derek Longmuir, Stuart ‘Woody’ Wood and Eric Faulkner were known worldwide.
Songs like ‘Remember’, ‘Shang-a-Lang’ and ‘All of me loves all of you’ were top ten hits, while ‘Bye Bye baby’ remained at No 1 in the UK charts for six weeks in 1975. [read more …] ““Where the Road Take Me” – Bay City Rollers – C103 7pm Sunday”