Millstreet International Horse Show/Horse Trials have been Cancelled for 2020

A statement from the Duggan Family on Millstreet.horse:

It is with great regret that we confirm that Millstreet International Horse Show (Show-Jumping) and Millstreet International Horse Trials (Eventing), will not take place this year.

We have closely observed everything that has unfolded since the middle of March, when we had to make the decision not to stage the International Welcome Tour. Foremost in our minds at all times were the possible effects that the COVID-19 pandemic would have on our two main equestrian fixtures; both scheduled for August 2020.   [read more …] “Millstreet International Horse Show/Horse Trials have been Cancelled for 2020”

Eily’s Report – 2nd June

Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.

Already the first day of June is gone and can the next 29 be far behind? The hardest thing is to know what day of the week you’d have. Since the fabric of our daily lives has been I suppose torn to shreds. In normal times we had certain days for certain things. Mass for Sunday and Friday for the pension. Days for meeting friends for coffee, nights for meetings. But with the way things are now all the days are the same and we miss the routine more and more as the months go on. Still it is a small price to pay for the way that we are keeping the dreaded virus from our door. The weather still is playing it’s part by turning on the lovely sun early every morning and going on late into the evenings. They always say that the best part of the day is the early morning and I thoroughly agree. The early morning dew is worth getting up to see. Even in this dry spell, the dew falls heavy and wet at night to give everything a refreshing drink before the hot day starts.  To watch the early birds, scoffing up the spoils, packing their beaks to full capacity before heading off the feed their young and coming back for more.  Already some have their young on the wing and their noisy twittering gives great life to the scene. The gardens are coming along very well, now that Jack has put his Frost on the back burner but watch out for the green fly, they are back.  Garden Centres are doing a roaring trade in spite of all the precautions and the planting is giving great enjoyment to both parents and children.   They are making great use of this quality time during this emergency to engage in some relaxing hobbies. Children are experiencing new things all the time. I know a few who put their phones etc aside the other day and headed for a local stream and at day’s end they said they had the best time ever, messing around in the cooling water. We have seen some wonderful creations and great family closeness since the lockdown. Parents and children really getting to know each other, having time to listen to each other and plan things together.  We hope it will help form  friendships and understanding that they will never lose. Many people are very grateful for the experience.

[read more …] “Eily’s Report – 2nd June”

“Radio Treasures” Tonight Features 1979 Audio Archive on CMS

An Invitation to tune into our weekly “Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station at 9.30 until 11pm this Tuesday (2nd June 2020).   Happy Listening!  (S.R.) 

  1.  Music and Songs aplenty including “Ireland in My Dreams”….And the sound of the Cuckoo recorded in Adrigole, West Cork by Geraldine Dunne.
  2.  Call outs to our Loyal Listeners worldwide.
  3. Our 10pm Feature takes us back to 1979 when Pope John Paul II arrived at Dublin’s Phoenix Park to celebrate Mass in the presence of some one million people. .  Our 1979 edited recording is from Millstreet Museum Audio Recordings.  
  4.  Time to smile!
  5.  Time to reflect – Wise Quotes.
  6.  Remembering our Faithful Departed.
  7. Carriganima Book just published…We share how Irish words are so much part of our English language in this area.
  8. Musings and Chatting about the attached images relating to Nature at its very best in Clara Road, Millstreet plus the Sept. 1979 Papal Visit to Ireland. Tap on the pictures to enlarge.

[read more …] ““Radio Treasures” Tonight Features 1979 Audio Archive on CMS”

Mass Broadcast Schedule This Week on Cork Music Station

Schedule of Radio Broadcasts of Masses from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet with Celebrant Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. on Cork Music Station  This Week 

Mass on Sunday, 31st May 2020 at 11.30 am  for People of the Parish.

Our Weekday Broadcasts of Mass  

No Mass on Monday (1st June) 

Mass on Tuesday (2nd June) for Denis, John, Madge & the deceased members of the Murphy family, Lisnaboy  at 10.00a.m.

Mass on Wednesday (3rd June) for Brendan Kiely, Station Road  at 10.00a.m.

Mass on Thursday (4th June) for Donal Cowman, Drishane Road at 10.00a.m.

Mass on Friday (5th June) for Private Intention at 10.00a.m.

Incorporated into the celebration of Masses this week will be recent recordings of Millstreet Church Choir and the playing of the Church Organ by Deirdre Tracey.   We thank Edel, Barry and Kieran Fraser for the coordination of the recordings of Millstreet Church Choir.   Thus we shall have the virtual sounds of the Organ and the Choir at the Celebration of all Masses (S.R.).

To make contact with Cork Music Station :

Email corkmusicstation @gmail.com

St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet Summer 2020

Watching this Evening’s Space Launch Live from USA

SPACEX’S CREW DRAGON LAUNCH Space Launch live this evening log on to TheVerge.com, or watch it via youTube (below)

The scheduled launch time is 8:22pm (Irish time). If skies stay clear and all goes to plan you should be able to see the craft under the moon in the south-west about 10-15 minutes later as it enters space.

(we looked with almost clear skies but didn’t see it 🙁 )

 

“Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm Sunday 31st May on C103

We thank Presenter John Greene for advance information regarding this Sunday evening’s programme.  (S.R.)

Inspiration from the Past  –  Programme 2

Tomi  (Tomey)  Reichental

Thirty five members of his family perished in Auschwitz.  So, how did nine year old Tomi Reichental survive almost a year at the Nazi Concentration Camp in Bergen Belsen.

Timing, and Lady Luck lent a hand, but it was mostly the watchful eyes of his courageous Mother, Aunt and Grandmother that helped him through it all.

The one memory that will never leave him, is that of the emaciated body of his Grandmother being thrown like a sack of potatoes on to a mound of corpses.

Now an Irish citizen, Tomi Reichental joins John Greene on this week’s edition of Where the road takes me.

Starvation, disease, unbearable weather conditions and the brutality of Camp Commander Kramer and his side-kick, 22 year old Irma Grece – ‘The Beautiful Beast’, must all be overcome before liberation finally arrives. [read more …] ““Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm Sunday 31st May on C103″

“Lunchtime Favourites” After Mass on CMS Sunday 31st May 12:15 to 13:15

We invite you to submit your Requests for our weekly Music Request Show “Lunchtime Favourites” on Cork Music Station which is broadcast directly after the celebration of 11:30 am Mass from 12:15pm until 13:15.   Just email your requests anytime to corkmusicstation @gmail.com or text/WhatsApp to 086 825 0074.   Our focus this Sunday will be on the wonderfully uplifting songs and tunes hugely popular in the era of Carnivals in Millstreet in the 1950s and 1960s.   Sure to evoke some great memories. Happy Listening!  (S.R.)

Live broadcast of “Lunchtime Favourites” from our Millstreet Studio.

Correspondence Regarding Proposed Wind Farm

The following email was received today  (29th May 2020)requesting that we share it on the Millstreet Website:

Dear Friends and Residents,

As you may know, Brookfield Renewables and Coillte are in discussions with An Bord Pleanala to develop a large wind farm [up to 24 turbines, a 110kv sub-station on site and associated connection to the national grid] in the Ballinagree/Mushera area. At present they have lodged a Pre-application Consultation with An Bord Pleanala as they wish to have the project designated as a Strategic Infrastructural Development which would mean that future planning applications would go to An Bord Pleanala and not Cork County Council.  As local residents, we have a number of concerns regarding the proposals, and are sending this letter out to encourage other concerned residents to become aware of what is going on. At the pre-application consultation stage An Bord Pleanala will NOT accept submissions from concerned citizens.  We must wait until the planning application proper has been lodged [whether that will be to An Bord Pleanala or Cork County Council remains to be seen]. This is expected to be done in December 2020.  In the meantime we would encourage you to contact your public representatives [some contact details below] and make them aware of your concerns.

Our main issues with the development are as follows: [read more …] “Correspondence Regarding Proposed Wind Farm”

Daniel Nolan, Shanakiel

The death has occurred of Daniel Nolan, Shanakiel, Rathcoole, Mallow, Cork. After a brave battle fought with dignity, surrounded by his loving family at the Mercy Hospital, Cork. He will be greatly missed by his loving wife Eileen (nee O’Rahilly), sons John, Denis and David, daughters Aine and Marie, son-in-law Noel, daughters-in-law Orla, Marie and Katie and family friend Anne, grandchildren James, Katie, Oisin, Daniel, Donnacha, Lucia, Penelope and Teddy, brother Denis, sisters Myra and Shelia, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law and all the extended family, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends. [rip] [f]

Due to current government guidelines, a private family funeral will take place. Messages of sympathy for the family may be left on the RIP Condolence Page.

“Radio Treasures” Tonight Features 1980 Audio Archive Celebration in Dromtariffe Hall

An Invitation to tune into our weekly “Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station at 9.30 until 11pm this Tuesday (26th May 2020).   Happy Listening!  (S.R.) 

  1.  Music and Songs aplenty including new releases.
  2.  Call outs to our Loyal Listeners worldwide.
  3. Our 10pm Interview takes us back to 1980 when a hugely impressive celebratory occasion was marked at Dromtariffe Hall to mark the 1980 appointment of Tom Meaney as Minister of State in the Fianna Fáil Government.   We hear Tom’s uplifting speech and we join the enormous gathering on the night where Tony Barrett and his Band performed.   Listen out for a very enthusiastic talented Drummer!   And we are also joined in a recent recording of Fr. James McSweeney sharing a most inspiring Thought for Reflection where the symbols of keys and a tunnel feature.  Our 1980 edited recording is from Millstreet Museum Audio Recordings.  
  4.  Time to smile!
  5.  Time to reflect – Wise Quotes.
  6.  Remembering our Faithful Departed.
  7. Carriganima Book just published…We share how Irish words are so much part of our English language in this area.
  8. Musings and Chatting about the attached images relating to Tom Meaney’s superb involvement in community activities over the years.  We also view a 2010 image of Fr. James at his Book Launch in Ballincollig.  (Tap on the pictures to enlarge):

[read more …] ““Radio Treasures” Tonight Features 1980 Audio Archive Celebration in Dromtariffe Hall”

Eily’s Report – 26th May

Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.

Buíochas le Dia, no death to report from Covid 19 yesterday, for the first time since it all began back in March.  The first person died of the Covid 19 in Ireland on March 21st.  It is indeed great news. But it didn’t just happen. It was made to happen  by the efforts of every one in the country. Those at the top took on a parent role  and guided us through troubled waters, the likes we have never seen before. But we mustn’t forget that the battle still goes on and the hand washing, the social distancing, the staying at home as much as possible still goes on. Easy enough for me and my equals, but the young people are like greyhounds at the track, snapping at the gate to get out, it will take all the strength they have to keep a lid on it as they are slowly inched out to freedom. They have our prayers as we longingly await the first hug from loving grand/great grand children, other family members and friends.  But it will come,  le cúnamh Dé.

[read more …] “Eily’s Report – 26th May”

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

We thank Presenter John Greene for advance information re this Sunday evening’s programme (24th May 2020) on C103 at 7.  (S.R.)

On this week’s edition of ‘Where the road takes me’, John Greene speaks to a Consultant Oncologist who specialises in Prostate Cancer and a singer-songwriter who quotes Bob Dylan and Bono as his influences.

It’s worth mentioning that these are not two different people, but one person.  Throughout his life, Professor Joe o’Sullivan has been committed to improving the lives of patients with prostate cancer, through research and innovation.  His research programme is now recognised as a centre of excellence.  In between he has recorded three albums, the latest of which, ‘Instead of many shades of blue’, has just been released. [read more …] ““Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm this Sunday on C103″

Mass Broadcast Schedule This Week on Cork Music Station

Schedule of Radio Broadcasts of Masses from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet with Celebrant Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. on Cork Music Station  This Week 

Mass on Sunday, 24th May 2020 at 11.30 am  for People of the Parish.

Our Weekday Broadcasts of Mass will be preceded daily at 9.40 am by the Recitation of the Rosary during the month of May. 

Mass on Monday (25th) for Sonny & Nora Dennehy, Gneeves at 10.00 a.m.

Mass on Tuesday (26th) for Timothy & Nora Kelleher, Lislehane at 10.00a.m.

Mass on Wednesday (27th) for Connie Coakley, Station Road  at 10.00a.m.

Mass on Thursday (28th) for Denis O’Hare, Coole at 10.00a.m.

Mass on Friday (29th) for  Dr. Michael Feeley, Clara Road  at 10.00a.m.

To make contact with Cork Music Station :

Email corkmusicstation @gmail.com

In Other News – 23rd May 2020

A wave from the wonderful Staff at Millstreet Community Hospital on International Nurses Day. Pictured are Noreen, Margaret, Sarah, Iva, and Oliver.

The staff at O’Leary’s Spar on Main Street 1987 – Joan Buckley(O’Donoghue), Mary Kelleher, Gerry Kelleher, Kay O’Sullivan (Dineen), Mary O’Mahony(Murphy), Daniel Murphy, Catherine Murphy (O’Keeffe) and Norma Rampelberg (O’Connor)

Tribute to the Leaving Cert Class of 2020

[read more …] “In Other News – 23rd May 2020”

Reopening of St. Patrick’s Church Millstreet Greatly Welcomed

On Tuesday, 20th May 2020 St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet was reopened as Phase One lifting of COVID-19 restrictions permitted.   Here we share nine images where we note health and safety measures are very much in place within the Church.   This reopening event was greatly welcomed.  Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Local Millstreet residents greatly pleased by the Church reopening.
Patricia Guerin wisely brought her own seat to the Church as almost all church seats are cordoned off in the interest of safety.
Special Prayer in front of the main altar of St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.

[read more …] “Reopening of St. Patrick’s Church Millstreet Greatly Welcomed”

Broadcast on CMS of Two Masses on Thurs. 21st May at 10am and 2.30pm

On Thursday, 21st May 2020 on Cork Music Station we shall be broadcasting two Masses from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.  The first is at 10am preceded by the recitation of the Rosary at 9.40am.   The second Mass will be broadcast at 2.30pm and is the Funeral Mass of the late Jeremiah O’Connor, Coolikerane, Millstreet.  (S.R.)

Nellie O’Sullivan, Dromahoe

The death has occurred of Nellie O’Sullivan, Dromahoe, Dromagh, Cork. Passed away on 19th May 2020, peacefully, after a short illness. Beloved sister of Dan and May Browne and the late Jerh, Con and Peggy. Sadly missed by her brother, sister, nieces, nephews, Margaret [Murphy], Patrick, Mary [Corbett], Nora, Norma [Conlan], Pat, Donal, Diarmuid, Louise [Lynch], Juliet [Moylan] and Tadhg [Brown], grandnieces, grandnephews, extended family, neighbours and friends. May Nellie Rest in Peace. [rip]

In accordance with HSE guidelines, a private family Mass will be offered for Nellie in St John’s Church, Dromagh, and afterwards she will be laid to rest in Dromtarriffe Old Cemetery. If you wish to offer a sympathy message to the family, please click on the RIP Condolence Page.

“Radio Treasures” Tonight Features 1980 Audio Archive Interview in Kilcorney

An Invitation to tune into our weekly “Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station at 9.30 until 11pm this Tuesday (19th May 2020).   Happy Listening!  (S.R.) 

  1.  Music and Songs aplenty including new releases.
  2.  Call outs to our Loyal Listeners worldwide.
  3. Our 10pm Interview takes us back to 1980 when with Seán Buckley we visited Pat O’Callaghan of North Horsemount, Kilcorney where Pat recalled his memories of schooldays and especially of Kilcorney Feis which he attended in the early 1900s.  A nine-minute edited Interview from Millstreet Museum Audio Recordings.  And we also hear from 1980 a recording of Jerry Kavanagh playing “Down by the Tanyard Side”.
  4.  Time to smile!
  5.  Time to reflect – Wise Quotes.
  6.  Remembering our Faithful Departed.
  7. Carriganima Book just published…We share how Irish words are so much part of our English language in this area.
  8. Musings and Chatting about the attached images relating to Memories of Kilcorney Feis and the Magic of Clara Road in the Evening.  (Tap on the pictures to enlarge):
    Kilcorney’s Seán Buckley features in our 1980 Interview tonight at 10pm.

    Clara Road Grotto in the evening.

[read more …] ““Radio Treasures” Tonight Features 1980 Audio Archive Interview in Kilcorney”

Eily’s Report – 19th May

Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.

I hope you are all doing well and are ready for the next step up in our global battle against Corona Virus.  It doesn’t make much difference to people of my age but it’s great to see so many businesses opening up and more people returning to work. Restrictions of course will be severe and I’m wishing all those who have got their freedom the best of luck and God’s blessing as they venture out into what can be called a new world. The world of social distancing and face masks and total dedication in their efforts to return to some sort of normal life. A life where queuing is the norm. Busy people having to stand  for up to two hours to get into a supply store. Being ever thoughtful to sanitise and in lots of cases wear a mask. It won’t be easy but at least there is movement and the air of freedom will give everybody the gusto to meet the new challenges, head on.

God love the little children. They still can’t go to school and meet their friends. I’m sure when they get going they will never again be heard to say, “Mommy why do I have to go to school?” Parents are playing a blinder as they take on a teachers role every day to supervise the lessons which come online to every child.    That’s only one section of the community. Some of  the parents of young people with special needs are finding it extremely difficult. In many cases, because they miss their friends and their routine, and they can’t understand why.

[read more …] “Eily’s Report – 19th May”

Mary O’Farrell (née Leahy), Keale

The death has occurred of Mary O’Farrell (née Leahy), Keale, Millstreet, Cork / Killarney, Kerry / Adare, Limerick / Liscannor, Clare. Beloved wife of the late Ben, loving mother of Mary, Seán, Betty, Gerard, Breda, Michael and the late baby Michael, mother-in-law of Pat Timmins, Johnny Maguire, Margaret, Lorraine and the late Timmy Flavin and dear gran of Mark, Karl, Seán, Gearóid, James, Ben, Frank, Elizabeth, Jack, Ben, Emily, John and Michael. Sadly missed by her family, sister-in-law Maureen Leahy, nephews, nieces, relatives, her dear friend and neighbour Mrs. Thornton, all her great friends and the staff and residents at Our Lady Of Lourdes Care Facility, Kilcummin, Killarney. Predeceased by her brothers Mike, Willie and Paddy. “May She Rest In Peace”. [rip]

Funeral Strictly Private. In accordance with Government and HSE guidelines and in the interest of public health, a private funeral will take place for Mary O’Farrell. If you wish to offer your condolences online, please do so on the RIP.ie Condolence Page.

Inspiration from the Past on WTRTM at 7pm on C103 Today

We thank Presenter John Greene for advance information regarding this Sunday (17th May 2020) evening’s programme at 7 on C103.  (S.R.)

In unprecedented times like these, inspiration from others is a helpful tool to see us through.  In national and world history there are ample examples.

On Where the road takes me this Sunday evening, John Greene brings you the first of three programmes entitled ‘Inspiration from the past’.

The theme on all three is incarceration and how the incarcerated dug deep to battle unbelievable odds and in one case turn the tables on their captors.

While lockdown or self isolation for Covid-19 is definitely not  incarceration, it is hoped that the mental resolve of the people in our three stories will help you to deal with any problems associated with the aforementioned.

Programme one tells of how a romance blossomed in one of the most evil places on Earth, not only blossomed, but lasted for fifty eight years afterwards. [read more …] “Inspiration from the Past on WTRTM at 7pm on C103 Today”

First Anniversary Mass for Margaret Lehane on Wed. 20th May at 10am

The First Anniversary Mass for Margaret Lehane, late of Caherdowney, takes place at St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on Wednesday, 20th May 2020 at 10am.   Tap on the images to enlarge.  The celebration of Mass will be broadcast on Cork Music Station.

Mass Broadcast Schedule This Week on Cork Music Station

Schedule of Radio Broadcasts of Masses from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet with Celebrant Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. on Cork Music Station  This Week 

Mass on Sunday, 17th May 2020 at 11.30 am  for People of the Parish.

Our Weekday Broadcasts of Mass will be preceded daily at 9.40 am by the Recitation of the Rosary during the month of May.  Recitation of the Rosary will not take place on Monday, 18th May

Funeral Mass on Monday (18th) for John Barry, Lackabawn at 12.00 noon

Mass on Tuesday (19th) for Eileen Murphy, Kippagh at 10.00a.m.

Mass on Wednesday (20th) for Margaret Lehane, Cahirdowney  at 10.00a.m.

Mass on Thursday (21st) for Timothy & Hannah Mary Kelleher, The Bridge at 10.00a.m.

Mass on Friday (22nd) for  Donal & the deceased members of the O’Riordan family, Tullig & the Duggan family, Carriganima  at 10.00a.m.

To make contact with Cork Music Station :

Email corkmusicstation @gmail.com

John Barry, Lackabawn

The death has occurred of John Barry, Lackabawn, Millstreet, Co. Cork. Peacefully at the Mercy Hospital. Brother of the late Seamus and Peggie and grandfather of the late Liam. Dearly missed by his wife Ann, son Dan, daughter-in-law Anne, brother Dan, sisters-in-law Eileen (Bailey), Kathleen and Ann, nephews, nieces, relatives, friends and neighbours. [rip] [f]

Due to current government guidelines a private family funeral mass will take place on Monday May 18th at 12 noon. Messages of sympathy may be left on the RIP Condolence Page.

Eoin McCormack with Millstreet Connections Inspires All

An eight-year-old boy from Dublin who was due to make his First Holy Communion tomorrow is instead cycling a marathon close to his home for a charity close to his heart.   This wonderfully uplifting and very inspiring story recently featured on the RTÉ Television News. He has already raised nearly €11,000 through his GoFundMe Page !!   Update: The Fund has now reached an absolutely amazing €67,172.00 which includes a very generous contribution by Conor McGregor of €50,000.00! (S.R.)

Man biking

 

Well done Eoin on behalf of all the coaches and boys from Kilmacud in Dublin….was just one of the many messages shared with Eoin.

This is Eoin McCormack of Dublin who is Essie Roche’s Grandson. Eibhlín, Bríd & Ciarán Roche wish their cousin the very best of luck.  Sincere congratulations to Eoin on his truly inspirational project.   Eoin’s Mum is Margaret (née Roche) of Drishanebeg.  Tap on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

[read more …] “Eoin McCormack with Millstreet Connections Inspires All”

Celebrating Today the 27th Anniversary of 1993 Eurovision

To celebrate to the very day (15th May) the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 at Green Glens, Millstreet we share 23 images from the Pictorial Archives of Millstreet Museum which will hopefully evoke many wonderful memories of the truly historic occasion.   Thanks to Noel C. Duggan & Family, the Local Eurovision Committee and RTÉ the Eurovision Song Contest on 15th May 1993 in Millstreet was an outstanding success with Ireland’s Niamh Kavanagh winning and according the opportunity in 1994 bringing about the first performance of “Riverdance” in Dublin.   Enjoy our trip down memory lane!  Keep safe and well All.  Tap on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)  [read more …] “Celebrating Today the 27th Anniversary of 1993 Eurovision”

World Fiddle Day 2020 in Scartaglin – Online on Sat. 16th May at 7.30pm

We thank Coordinator P.J. Teahan for alerting us to this important annual cultural event.  Below are the links to tap so as to join the online Concert on Sat.  16th May 2020 at 7.28pm. https://facebook.com/groups/283125488560326/https://worldfiddledayscartaglin.ie/?page_id=887https://youtube.com/channel/UCpY5_DDK5ZLEb5YmuH5rc2A

Sheila Murphy (née O’Sullivan), Moynihan Terrace, Rathcoole

The death has occurred of Sheila Murphy (née O’Sullivan), Moynihan Terrace, Rathcoole. Late of Dromagh. Passed away peacefully in the presence of her family in the excellent care of the doctors, nurses and staff at the Mercy University Hospital Cork beloved wife of the late Jeremiah and dear mother of Jerry, Noreen (Murphy-Clery) and Margaret (Green). Sadly missed by her heartbroken family, brothers, sisters, grandchildren Julie and her partner Martin, Olivia and her partner Paudie, Michelle, William, Martin and his partner Danielle, Diarmuid and his partner Mara and their mother Eileen, great grand daughter Caoimhe, sons-in-law Liam and Chris, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, Jerry’s partner Fiona, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, relatives kind neighbours , close family friend Aoife and her many friends. Requiescat in pace. [rip]

In accordance with HSE and Government Guidelines Sheila’s funeral shall take place privately. Condolences may be added on the RIP Condolences Page. Thanking you for your understanding at this time.