Death Notice: Jerome Brosnan

The death has occurred of Jerome Brosnan, Cork Street, Macroom, Milllstreet & Kanturk. On February 24th 2017, in the excellent and loving care of all at Cork University Hospital, in the presence of his family. Jerome, husband of the late Kitty (nee Daly, Millstreet) deeply regretted by his loving family Cora, Eugene, John, Bernard sister Maureen, daughters-in-law Nessa, Hannah, Noreen, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends. Reposing in Fitz-Geralds Funeral Home, Macroom on Saturday from 7pm with prayers at 8.15 followed by removal to St. Colman’s Church, Macroom. Funeral on Sunday after 12 Noon Mass to Kanturk Cemetery. May he rest in peace.

Eily’s Report – 21st February

Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a Cairde and welcome to my weekly report.

Millstreet’s annual March Fair takes place this coming Sunday, 26th February 2017.

A special meeting of the Community Council will be held at the Wallis Arms Hotel tonight to draw up plans for this years Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. The meeting starts at 9 and all interested parties are invited to attend.

The AGM of our Active Retired Group will be held on tomorrow, Wednesday night February 22nd at the Canon O’ Donovan Centre starting at 7.30 and all are welcome.

This week it is with great regret that we learn the news that our beautiful Country Park will not be opening, this season. And on behalf of the Community Council I want to convey our deep feeling of regret to the Sheehan Family. However it is both pleasing and encouraging to read on the media that they are asking the public for help and advice as to how this state of the art facilty could be turned into a profitable and useful venture  for the years ahead.

It’s a bit away yet but already plans are afoot to hold a gala parade through the town in July to welcome in the European FEI Eventing Championships  which will run from July 19-23rd. We remember with pride the events of 2016 when  young riders from 30 countries paraded if full regalia through the Main Street of Millstreet.

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Death Notice: Sr Florence (Sheila) O’Sullivan, Drishane House

The death has occurred on Sunday 19th February 2017 of Sr Florence (Sheila) O’Sullivan, Drishane House, Millstreet, Cork / Rathmore, Kerry.

Sr Florence (Sheila), Infant Jesus Sister, peacefully at Drishane House, sister of the late Betty (Leane) and Joan. Sadly missed by her brothers Dan and John, sisters Mary (O’Leary), Sister Catherine (I.J.S.), Sister Eileen (Mercy), sister-in-law Hannah, brother-in-law Tom, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, great-grandniece, great-grandnephew, Infant Jesus Sisters and a wide circle of friends.

Reposing in Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet. Rosary tonight, Monday, at 8.15pm. Removal on Tuesday at 8pm to St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Funeral Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon followed by burial to Drishane Cemetery. Ar Dheis Dé go raibh sí.

Death Notice: John Horgan, Kilcorney & Rathmore

The death has occurred of John Horgan, Ard Mhuire, Rathmore / & Kilcorney, Cork. Formerly of South Horsemount, Kilcorney. On Feb. 18th 2017 unexpectedly at his home. John, loving husband of Geraldine and dear father of Martin and Gerard. Deeply regretted by his loving family mother Peggy, sisters Eileen, Kate, Margaret and Marian, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, nephew, nieces, grandnephews, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends.
Reposing at O’Keeffe’s funeral home Rathmore on this Monday evening (Feb. 20th) from 5pm to 7pm, followed by removal to St. Nicholas’ Church, Kilcorney. Requiem Mass on Tuesday (Feb. 21st) at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.

“Where The Road Takes Me” at 7 This Evening on C103

We thank Presenter, John Greene, for advance information on this week’s radio documentary.  (S.R.)

Animal neglect, cruelty or abuse is still a major problem in Ireland today. According to the Dublin Society for the prevention of cruelty to animals, Ireland is known as the ‘Puppy farm Capital’ of Europe.

But it’s not all negative news, because throughout the length and breadth of the country, there are many groups working tirelessly and often voluntarily in the interests of animal welfare.

This week on ‘Where the road takes me’, John Greene visits the West Cork Animal Welfare Group at their kennels in Owenahincha. They were founded in 1999 in response to a desperate need to help unwanted, abandoned, neglected and abused animals in West Cork.

We meet people who foster, adopt, fundraise and showcase the work of the group.

We bring you the story of ‘Toffee’, the little Yorkshire terrier who had suffered serious neglect and cruelty, and suffered with a broken paw for twelve months, before it was discovered.

We meet a member of ‘Friends Forever’, a Swedish animal welfare group, and discover the huge difference between animal welfare legislation in both countries. continue reading the full article ““Where The Road Takes Me” at 7 This Evening on C103″

Jerry Identifies Millstreet’s Magnificent Stained Glass Windows

What a truly wonderful response we’re received regarding our query just posted on our website last night!  And we are so very grateful to Jerry Sheehan of Los Angeles, California, USA who has identified the Saints on both windows of St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.  The letters SC and SD provide an important clue – the “S” on all the windows symbolises the word “Saint”.  Jerry now reveals that the Saint on the large window at the back of the Choir Gallery is Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque.  And the Saint on the other window is Saint Charles Borremo while the Saint depicted in the smaller frame of the same window is Saint Dominic.  Thanks a million, Jerry, for so very promptly contacting our Millstreet Museum email address with such highly significant information.  (S.R.)

Geraldine Wins Herlihy’s Centra St. Valentine’s Day Competition

Well done to Geraldine Curtin who is the winner of Herlihy’s Centra St. Valentine’s Day competition! Here we note Greg presenting the €50.00 prize towards a
romantic dinner in Killarney.  We congratulate Geraldine and we thank Greg for the update and image.  Click on the picture to enlarge. (S.R.)

Visitor from Florida U.S.A. to Visit Millstreet

The following message was recently received from Becky Mantle Starks of Florida USA.  (S.R.)

Hello !   I plan to be in Millstreet in late March, likely March 30 and 31.
my goal is to find more information about my grandfather Thomas Bartholomew Mantle b. County Cork 1820, d. Kentucky USA 1903
and/or his likely father Thomas C. Mantle b. 1799 in Cork.

I have found a Thomas Mantle in the Tithe Applotment
Books, 1823-1837. he is listed several times.

I have also found a Thomas Mantle as a butcher in Millstreet, along with a
possible brother, Joseph Mantle in Slater’s Directory

Would there likely be additional information on him anywhere
in the Millstreet area ?

before arriving in Millstreet, I will have visited the various
repositories in Dublin, but with limited time constraints. any tips
you have for searching there would be appreciated.

Is there anyone you might recommend to guide me in finding more
information about my family in Milstreet ?

I am also sending this via the messenger contact to

Thank you for your consideration in this matter.

Kindest regards,
Becky Mantle Starks
Florida, U.S.

Water Flag Mission at Derrinagree N.S. – Superb Third Green Flag!

We thank Pam Thornton (Teacher/Project Coordinator) for the following article and images.  (S.R.)

Put a STOP to the DROPs!’  is the new Green Code for Derinagree in their quest to save water. This code was chosen by Ms. Kiely’s Rang 3&4. The entire school has been busy conserving water.


  • Read the water meter weekly
  • check that taps are turned off properly
  • report leaks to our caretaker John
  • use a basin in the sink when washing up
  • inserted a (water filled)1L milk carton into each cistern to save 1 L for every flush.

We also invited 2 speakers who are experts on conserving water.
Berne Connolly from the Cork Environmental Forum explained how little water in the world is safe for drinking! When we discovered that it was 1% we realised what a precious resource water is!  She also showed us how much water is ‘hidden’ in the products we buy e.g. meat, clothes etc. She encouraged us to grow our own food.

Stephanie O’ Toole (from STREAMSCAPES) shared with us the dangerous world of MICRO BEADS! These are tiny plastic particles commonly used in shampoos & toothpaste to improve cleansing power. However we soon realised the terrible harm these pieces of plastic were to the fish.

You can download an app called ‘Beat the Microbead’. Use this app to scan products for these microplastic ingredients! You can then choose to buy a product that does not harm aquatic life.

As a result of these inspirational guests, the senior classes made their own GREEN CLEANING product with vinegar, breadsoda & lemon juice!

Leaky Detectives are now on the prowl to STOP that DROP, as are the Energy Squad whose job it is to switch off lights & shut doors. Our WASTE WATCHERS (no….they’re not in Cullen on Monday nights!) have hardly any work to do according to the children as they now have the hang of keeping our yard & classrooms litter free! Well done! continue reading the full article “Water Flag Mission at Derrinagree N.S. – Superb Third Green Flag!”

“Radio Treasures” on CMS Tonight from 9.30 to 11.00

Among the many items about which we shall be chatting on “Radio Treasures” tonight … Visiting Cobh today on a Photographic Project. Our featured Interview tonight at 10…Chatting with brave participants of last Saturday’s 70km Race from Kealkil to Millstreet.  And we view the magnificent newly renovated Canon O’Donovan Millstreet Daycare Centre. And of course lots of Love Songs for St. Valentine’s Day 2017!  Lots more music and musings also. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) To access the programme please tune into 

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Eily’s Report – 14th February

Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to my weekly Report.

The monthly meeting of the Community Council will be held at the Wallis Arms Hotel tonight starting at 9 and all members please attend.


The AGM of the Millstreet Golf Society will be held at the Bridge Bar on Thursday night February 16th starting at 9.30.


The Millstreet Gramophone Circle will meet at the Canon O Donovan Centre this Friday night February 17th starting at 8.15,  Presenter is Margaret Moynihan, Killarney Rd.  All are welcome.


The AGM of the Millstreet and District Housing Association will be held  tomorrow Wednesday night at the Centre starting at 8pm and all are welcome.


We have a sincere word of thanks from the Canon O Donovan Centre, to all those who supported their recent Church Gate Collection.

The Cullen Special Needs Association continued their weekly WeighIn on Monday night.

The  weekly Jiving lessons at this event has proved very popular, with large crowds arriving every week to take part., and new arrivals still welcome.

This week 45 people weighed In and 49 pounds weight was lost. And Myra reminds me that there are only four nights left.

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Millstreet Monument Committee Receives Official Certificate of Centenary Participation

Members of Millstreet Monument Committee attending a meeting in McCarthy’s Bar of The Square, Millstreet on Monday night discussing upcoming events and celebrating their recently acquired historic Certificate of Participation in the Cork Co. 1916-2016 Centenary Events. The Certificate is being signed by all Committee Members and will then be framed and presented to Millstreet Museum for permanent display.  Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

International Support for IHCPT Lourdes Project 2017

Úna Buckley and Dervla Murphy with Millstreet Community School Chaplain, John Magee promoting the upcoming fundraising Quiz at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Fri. 3rd March. When Patrick O’Leary of Louisville, Kentucky read about the upcoming event he sent €60.00 to Millstreet Museum to be presented to the two inspiring Students who will be representing their school on the IHCPT Project in Lourdes in April 2017. Such international support by a true gentleman with Adrivale, Millstreet roots is indeed greatly appreciated. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
The official presentation of Patrick’s very generous support including his letter in which he had also offered to provide a further prize for the Draw on the night – an item from Kentucky and its very famous equestrian tradition. Úna and Dervla will be writing to express thanks to Patrick (who is to revisit Ireland in July 2017). Also included in the above picture which was taken by Frances Moynihan (Deputy Principal) is Pat Pigott, Principal, Millstreet Community School.

Patrick O’Leary of Louisville, Kentucky, USA pictured in 2016 at Millstreet Museum pointing out the silver cup which he so kindly presented.  Patrick has supported other Millstreet related projects also such as the Christmas Street Lighting.  (S.R) continue reading the full article “International Support for IHCPT Lourdes Project 2017”

Eily’s Report – 7th February

Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to my weekly report from Millstreet.

We are well into 2017 by now, with the first week in February behind us and the colds and flu’s still making their presence felt, but we must press on regardless.

Many of our National Schools are holding registration days inviting the new comers for next year, to sign in. It’s a common sight nowadays to see large notice boards outside, giving details of  the dates when registration can take place. God be with the days when children went to their own nearest school.

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Death Notice: Kevin Brennan, Millstreet

The death has occurred of Kevin BRENNAN, Millstreet, Co. Cork.

Peacefully, surrounded by his loving family in the tender care of the staff of Nazareth House, Mallow. Dearly loved son of Halina and the late Kenneth. Will be sadly missed by his mother, brother Desmond, sisters Louise and Wala, brothers-in-law Con and Matteo, sister-in-law Karin, nephews Stefan, Wiktor and Brian, nieces Sophia, Lara, and Emma, aunts, uncles, cousins, relatives, and a wide circle of friends and neighbours.

Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home today, Monday from 6pm. Removal at 8pm to St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Funeral Mass tomorrow Tuesday at 12 noon followed by transport to UCC for medical research. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.  continue reading the full article “Death Notice: Kevin Brennan, Millstreet”

“Professor Gerry O’Sullivan – Surgeon of Renown – Legacy of Hope”

We thank Presenter, John Greene, for the following advance notice of his very popular Sunday evening radio programme on C103 – Sunday, 5th Feb. 2017 at 7pm.  (S.R.)

This Sunday evening on ‘Where the road takes me’, we broadcast the third and final programme – ‘Professor Gerry O’Sullivan – Surgeon of renown – Legacy of hope’. It’s the conclusion of a look at the life and career of a larger than life, and an outstanding surgeon who passed away five years ago, almost to the day.

This week Michael O’Mahony from Glasheen speaks about his friendship with Gerry o’Sullivan, and how he arrived at his daughter’s wedding directly after performing a nine hour cancer operation.

At the Cork Cancer Research Centre which he founded in 1999, we discover that his office had to face West towards his beloved village of Caheragh. We meet some of the principal investigators here who tell us about their current work, and how they are also determined to discover cures for cancer which Gerry was adamant could be found with hard work and no excuses.

His wife Breeda tells us about her shock when they returned from a visit to the States to be told that her husband’s cancer had returned even more aggressively than before.

And his son Eoghan and daughter Orla on how their involvement and interaction with the Research Centre is a tangible link to the memory of their father. continue reading the full article ““Professor Gerry O’Sullivan – Surgeon of Renown – Legacy of Hope””

“Seanchas Dúthalla” 2016 In Great Demand – Available at “Wordsworth” & Local Outlets

It is not at all surprising how very popular the most recent issue of the highly regarded Journal “Seanchas Dúthalla” (Volume 16) which was published by the Duhallow Historical Society just before Christmas 2016 is proving to be. The excellent publication is on sale at “Wordsworth” as well as a number of other local outlets. Among the many superb contributors who share magnificent articles are: Patrick O’Sullivan, Kanturk; Diarmuid Kiely, Cullen;  Maurice Linehan of Millstreet; Charles Louis McCarthy, Boherbue; Eilín Ní Chadhla, Sráid a’ Mhuilinn; Fr. Seán Tucker, Ballydaly;  Patricia O’Keeffe, Newmarket – to mention but some of the many gifted writers. We recommend purchase (while still available) of this marvellous Journal which in a short time will become a much sought after Collector’s Item as have previous issues of “Seanchas Dúthalla”. (S.R.)

St. Vincent de Paul Society Expresses Sincere Thanks for Recent Generosity

The Millstreet Conference of St. Vincent de Paul Society wishes to express sincere thanks for the very generous response to recent Church gate collections in the area. It is greatly appreciated. (S.R.)

In Other News – 4th February 2017

  • ​Results from the Gneeveguilla athlectic club 5k race today [Nora Mary]
  • Congratulations to past pupil of Dromagh National School Pete McCabe who started his first game for Munster against Edinburgh in the Pro12 last night. He’s a prop in the Munster Development Squad. Unfortunately he went off after 34 mins [Dromagh NS] [Photo 1] [Photo2] [Interview: Munster Rugby]
  • A Healthcare Assistant is required to care of elderly man in his own home in the North Cork Area of Kanturk/ Millstreet [Gumtree]
  • Congratulations to St.Brendan’s NS who won the Credit Union Schools Quiz in the Edel Quinn Hall this week [St.Brendan’s NS]
  • Kilcorney/Dromtariffe and Banteer News [The Corkman]
  • Kevin Crowley gets his first start for the Cork Footballers this year on Sunday. He’s at #4 for the first game of the National Football League in Galway on Sunday at 1pm [Paudie Palmer] [Blood and Bandage]
  • Photo: A Cosy Corner. This new born calf looks so nice and cosy in the bed of straw! We’re into February and lots of calves are being born all around us []
  • House to Let: No. 44 Murphy’s Terrace []
  • It was a good year for Millsreet Juvenile GAA who joined up with Cullen in Football (Duarigle Gaels) and Dromtarriffe in Hurling (Keale Gaels) to land ten trophies for 2016 [Photo: Millstreet Juvenile GAA]
  • Kevin Crowley was wing back for the UCC team which lost to UCC in the quarter finals of the Sigerson Cup at the Maradyke this week [photo 1] [photo 2] [Match Report: The 42]

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Learning to live with Epilepsy

Although he was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of ten, Liam Burke considers himself to be one of the luckier ones when it comes to this neurological disease characterised by seizures.

The Millstreet-based civil engineer, who is now 43, is grateful to be in full time employment and says his epilepsy is “infrequent at the moment and generally has been throughout my life”.

The cause of most cases of epilepsy is … Read the full article from the Evening Echo

Death Notice: Eileen Murphy, Cullen, Knocknagree, & Tanyard Wood

The death has occurred on February 2nd 2017 in the tender care of the staff of Mallow General Hospital of EILEEN MURPHY (née O’Leary), Tanyard Wood Millstreet, late of Glounthane Cullen, and Lowlands, Knocknagree. Eileen(nee O’Leary) mother of the late Michael, deeply regretted by her family, husband Brendan, sons Denis (Tullig), John, Brendan, daughter Helen, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, sister, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends. Reposing in Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet on Friday evening from 6.30pm followed by removal at 8pm to the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cullen. Requiem Mass on Saturday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards to Knocknagree Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu to Kerry Parents and Friends.

“Green and Blue” Play at Bruach na Carraige Rockchapel on 8th Feb.

Bruach Na Carraige Rockchapel are delighted to be part of The Blood Alley Theatre Company and Cork County Council “Fit up Theatre Festivals” Following their 2 wonderful performances in Bruach Na Carraige last Wednesday night, the Blood Alley Theatre professional actors are back in Rockchapel next Wednesday night February the 8th with a play “Green and Blue” by Laurance McKeown, and on Wednesday February the 15th. with “My real Life” by Eoin Cotter all shows at 8pm sharp.  Information from 0872205566.
We thank Jack Roche for this notice.  (S.R.)

In Other News – 2nd February 2017

  • The HSE has said no full-time GP service for Rathmore. Rathmore currently has a three-day a week GP service operating from the newly refurbished St Joseph’s Day Care Centre, and have to travel to Millstreet outside these days [Kerry Radio]
  • Yesterday was the 96th anniversary of the first execution under martial law of an IRA man. Con Murphy, Ballydaly was shot by firing squad ( 1st Feb 1921). Murphy’s Terrace was named after him [The Execution of Con Murphy]
  • Yesterday was also St. Bridget’s Day, and one of Seán Radley’s photos of the statue of St.Bridget in Millstreet Church was shared in Brasil ! [ Jonatã F. Russo De Moura]
  • The Presentation N.S. were so delighted to welcome so many Grandparents to the special mass to celebrate Grandparents’ Day Catholic Schools Week. Here we share some photographs from the special occasion. [Presentation N.S]
  • Farm for Sale: There’s an 81 acre farm for sale in Killetragh. It’s profiled in the Irish Examiner today [Irish Examiner] [maps]
  • Jobs: Due to expansion of the business Alps are recruiting for a Logistics Manager … [Irish Jobs]
  • Around the districts: Kilcorney / Dromtarriffe: Cancer bus fundraiser at Moll Carthy’s Bridge, Dromtariffe Active Retirement, and Bowling notes [The Corkman]

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Death Notice: Nora Creedon, Laught

CREEDON (Laught, Rathcoole): On February 1, 2017, peacefully, in the tender care of the staff of the Bon Secours Hospital, Cork, NORA (nee Forde), beloved wife of the late Jerry and loving mother of Eileen (O’Sullivan), Con, Pádraig and Mary Ita (Cronin). Sadly missed by her loving sons, daughters, daughter-in-law Colette, sons-in-law Jim and John, grandchildren Diarmuid, Mairead, Gillian, Gerard, Nora, Diarmuid, Tomás and Ellen, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, great-grandnephews, great-grandnieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.

Reposing in Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet on today (Thursday) from 6pm to 8pm, followed by removal to St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Requiem Mass on tomorrow (Friday) at 12 noon, followed by burial in St Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet. In iothlainn Dé go dtugtar sinn.

Eily’s Report – 31 January

Dia is Muire díobh go léir a chairde and welcome to my weekly report.

Today is Grandparents Day at our Catholic Schools.  At the 10am Mass the children sang their hymns and did their readings to the joy of all present, and  family members were invited to the school afterwards for refreshments and great interaction among the young and the not so young. Many thanks to the teachers and all those involved with the happy occasion.

Tomorrow Wednesday the first day of February and is the Feast Day of one of our great Irish saints, St.Bridget, and the first day of Spring. The morning Mass at ten will include the blessing of St.Bridget Crosses which can be hung up in homes  and many other places, to bring safety and blessings throughout the coming year.

Thursday is Candlemas Day.  Candles will be Blessed at the 10am Mass. The Candles to be used on the Alter for the coming year will be blessed and people are invited to bring their own Candles for the blessing which can be kept in the home for the coming year. In the past blessed candles were widely used in the home, in time of trouble and worry, during thunderstorms or other times of danger.

Friday is the Feast of St. Blaise. Mass at 7.30pm.  will be followed by the Blessing of the Throats. People are invited to come along for this very  important  feature of the first week of Spring.

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Late Donal (Donie) O’Sullivan of Kilcummin, Killarney

We wish to extend our sincere sympathy to all the O’Sullivan Family on the recent passing to his Eternal Reward of the late Donal (Donie) O’Sullivan (pictured above) of Kilcummin, Killarney. R.I.P.. We especially offer our heartfelt condolences to his beloved wife, Noreen (nee Hickey, formerly of Mill View, Millstreet), his loving daughter Helen, his brother Pat (who as “Sylvano the Magician” has for many years delighted audiences including his many appearances at Cloghoula N.S. Pattern Day), his sisters Breda, Joan and Mary. Below we share the official funeral arrangement notice. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis. (S.R.)

The death has occurred of Donal (Donie) O’SULLIVAN
Dooneen & Droumadeesirt, Kilcummin, Killarney, Kerry

Beloved husband of Noreen and loving father of Helen. Very sadly missed and dearly loved by his family, brother Pat, sisters Breda, Joan and Mary, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews & nieces, relatives, neighbours and many friends. “May He Rest In Peace”

Reposing at O’Shea’s Funeral Home, Cathedral Place, Killarney on Tuedsay evening (31st Jan. 2017) from 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm. Funeral arriving at Our Lady Of Lourdes Church, Kilcummin on Wednesday at 12.30pm for Requiem Mass at 1.00 pm. Burial afterwards in Old Kilcummin Cemetery. Family flowers only by request, donations if desired to the Haematology Day Unit, Cork University Hospital.
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Death Notice: Hannah Mary O’Sullivan (née Cunningham) Scagh

The death has occurred of Hannah Mary O’Sullivan (née Cunningham) Scagh, Boherbue, Cork and late of Drominagh.

Beloved wife of the late Eugene, sadly missed by her loving Son,Daughters
Brother and Sister in U S A. Reposing at Drews Funeral Home Boherbue, on Monday from 6.30 to 8 pm Reception into the Church of the presentation of The Blessed Virgin Mary Derrinagree on Tuesday for requiem Mass at 12 O’Clock.Funeral afterwards to Dromtarriffe new Cemetery May. She rest in peace.

In Other News – 30th January 2017

  • Munster SHL final: Limerick 1-20 Cork 1-21 – Congrats to  Mark Ellis at #5 and the Cork Hurlers who beat limerick to win the first title of the year. [Hogan Stand] [Player Ratings]
  • Inis Oírr, in Inis Oírr, ní raibh eolas agam ar fhaitíos,Ná ar an dólás a stopfadh gáirí,Go dtí an lá duairc úd nuair a sheol mo ghrá uaim. Tháinig scamall ar an ngrian, is é dorcha ina dhiaidh. The Funeral. [Lonely Girl 18]
  • What lovely fields some pals of mine witnessed in Sráid a’ Mhuillinn, Millstreet today. Fine fields, beautiful fields, lovely lovely fields. And plenty of them. Shur where would ya be going with no bell on your bike! [Rossaí Rossaí] [Barbara Boros]
  • Soccer: Corinthians Cup 2nd Round: Rathcoole Rovers 4 Watergrasshill Utd 2 (aet); Buttevant v Los Zarcos (Off);
  • Millstreet Camogie Club had their very enjoyable Social Night in the Wallis Arms on Saturday. Here’s some photos from Millstreet Camogie Club, 2
  • One of Dr. Richard Radley Leader’s granddaughters (a daughter of Elizabeth Maud Leader) will be 87 this week. RR was a doctor in Millstreet from about 1893 to 1924. Originally from Keale House, he lived in Westbourne House on the Clara Rd.[Imelda Robinson]
  • Well done to Millstreet AC athletes who represented Millstreet Community School at the South Munster School Cross Country held at Tramore Valley Park on Friday, especially Caoimhe O’Leary who qualified for the Munsters. [Millstreet Athletic Club, 2]

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Mallow Search & Rescue Team Receives Boeing New Year Swim Cheque

A most impressive cheque for €2,650.00 was presented by the Boeing New Year Swim Committee to Representatives John, Emmet and Martin of the Mallow Search & Rescue Team at the Malpaso Bar on Friday, 27th Jan. 2017. We shall be featuring an interview with the Team on Radio Treasures this Tuesday at 10pm. Here we share 14 images of the uplifting occasion. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

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