The Wallis Arms Hotel would like to buy locally produced Jams and Honey.
Contact 029 71445
The Wallis Arms Hotel would like to buy locally produced Jams and Honey.
Contact 029 71445
K & L DELIVERIES LTD.
MOUNTLEADER INDUSTRIAL ESTATE,
MILLSTREET CO. CORK.
TELEPHONE : 029-70163 FAX : 029-70451 E-MAIL : <email>
WEB ADDRESS : www.kandl.ie
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FOR THE FOLLOWING FULLTIME POSITION.
NIGHTSHIFT WAREHOUSE OPERATIVE.
TO OPERATE WITHIN A BUSY WAREHOUSE OFFLOADING INCOMING FREIGHT FROM VEHICLES AND LOADING DEPARTING VEHICLES.
DRIVING FORKLIFTS & DRIVING ELECTRIC PALLET TRUCKS.
PERSON SELECTED WILL HAVE TO HAVE THE ABILITY TO WORK AS PART OF A TEAM .
EXPERIENCE IS NOT ESSENTIAL AS TRAINING WILL BE PROVIDED.
EXCELLENT WAGES AND CONDITIONS
REPLIES IMMEDIATELY TO:
THE MANAGING DIRECTOR.
We here at Clara Cleaning Solutions we are now Electrostatic sanitising Using the best technologies on the market today we continue to provide a more efficient cost effective way to your home,car,work premises.
Call today 087 7557640
Message from Joanne in McCarthys Bar Millstreet.
A huge welcome back to each and everyone of our customers we cannot wait to open our doors to you all on Tommorrow Monday at 3pm. We are still only learning all the rules and guidelines so please bare with us while we get used to this new way of life! Booking is advised for weekends as we can only take certain amount of numbers and we don’t want anyone disappointed.
Please wear your masks when coming in and out of the bar. Bookings can be made on 0862656267 phone or text. Can’t wait to see you all. Stay safe
Joanne and Family xx
Front – Joe O’Connor, Benny O’Connor, Tony Healy, Andy Lynch, Tom Meaney, JJ O’Mahony, Vincent McSweeney, John Daly, Sean O’Leary, Jerry Corkery, Fintan Kiely
Middle – Jer McCarthy, Taigh Crowley, Dick Pomeroy, Timothy P. O’Leary, Jerry O’Riordan, Davy Tarrant, Billy Hickie, Paudie O’Keeffe, Dan PD Buckley
Back – Maurice Collins, Dick Pomeroy, Domnic Cronin, Paddy Leader, Tim J Kiely, Johnny McCarthy, Joe Buckley, Timmy Kiely, Dan Dennehy, Donie Casey, Tom Barrett
Worker required for Farm Buildings/Concrete works/Shed erecting in the Duhallow area
Full Driving License and own transport necessary
Experience in shuttering/general concrete work/erecting of sheds preferred
Contact: 086 8665592
Clover Hill Food Ingredients Ltd
Mount Leader, Industrial Estate, Millstreet, Co Cork. P51 E8PY
Clover Hill Food Ingredients Ltd. are looking for hardworking and experienced personnel to join their dynamic and hardworking team based out of their warehouse in Millstreet. A privately owned, family business Clover Hill Food Ingredients Ltd. operate out of two warehouses and maintain a fleet of six trucks which distribute products all over 32 counties of Ireland.
Due to recent Company expansion Clover Hill Food Ingredients Ltd. are currently hiring for the following position:
WAREHOUSE OPERATIVE – Full Time Position Available
Responsibilities include the following:
Please email your C.V to hr @cloverhill.ie or post it to HR, Clover Hill Food Ingredients, Mount Leader Industrial Estate, Millstreet, Co. Cork P51 E8PY.
Office Administrator Required
|Candidate must be proficient in all aspects of Microsoft Office, and be fluent in English.
Duties will include: Data Entry, Maintaining a company Health and Safety database (training will be provided) Along with all duties of a receptionist i.e. typing, filing, telecoms and e-mail.
Interested candidate should apply with CV by post or e-mail.
The Square, Millstreet, Co. Cork. P51 XT59
Tel: 00353 29 70072 Fax: 00353 29 70773
It’s unlikely that Castleisland has ever had a serious potter of its own.
One who made pots and plates and jugs and mugs for the people of the locality.
The nearest we’ve ever had were ‘earthenware merchants’ Thomas Kearney and John Riordan both on Main Street in the late 1880s.
They may well have been potters themselves but they were, most likely, merchants for the merchandise of others.
What’s in a name ? Potters are often referred to nowadays as ceramicists and a practitioner of that class of craft and talent launched her own studio / shop at No. 94 Main Street, Castleisland on Monday morning, August 10th 2020 at 10am.
After her first week of trading in the new shop, Delia is delighted with the warmth of the welcome she got from fellow and neighbouring business people in the town.
She’s also taken aback with the level of business she’s been doing in terms of straight sales from stock and from orders received during the week.
Do more with Mallow Credit Union!
2020 has been a challenge…to say the least! And the management of Mallow Credit Union wish to thank the staff and members for their support and co-operation over the past 5 months. Thanks to the staff, they were able to maintain normal office hours across all branches in Mallow (& Ballydaheen), Buttevant, Millstreet, Doneraile, Dromcollogher & Charleville and services were largely uninterrupted.
During this time they were also able to bring long term projects to fruition, including their new larger loan offering. Members can now borrow up to €100,000 (plus the value of savings they may have) from the Credit Union, with a reduced rate for those borrowing over €60,000.
Kieran O’ Callaghan, Head of Lending said: “After receiving the green light from the Central Bank to increase our lending limit, we now have the opportunity to lend larger amounts to our members who wish to extend or improve their homes. So whether they’re planning on converting the attic or adding an extension, we’re in a position to do more for our members.”
With a Mallow Credit Union loan:
-In the case of the self- employed we will require the most recent audited accounts together with a letter from your accountant confirming that your tax affairs are up to date
Members can apply in any of our branches, all of which are adhering to co-vid governmental guidelines, online or over the phone.
Visit www.mallowcu.ie for more information.
Restart Grant Plus Open To Cork County Businesses
Cork County Council is now accepting applications from local businesses for the Restart Grant Plus. This scheme builds upon the previous Restart Grant Scheme by increasing the minimum grant from €2,000 to €4,000 and increasing the maximum from €10,000 to €25,000.
Eligibility has also expanded, with applications open to companies employing up to 250 eligible compared to less than 50 in the previous scheme, non-rateable B&B’s, Sports clubs with commercial activities and trading charity shops are also now eligible. Businesses that availed of the previous Restart Grant from Cork County Council do not need to reapply and will be contacted over the coming days.
The Restart Grant Plus was announced by Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar T.D. as part of the government’s July Stimulus package, a €7.4bn package of measures designed to stimulate a jobs-led recovery and build economic confidence while continuing to manage the impact of Covid-19. This announcement sees €300m additional funding on top of the €250m previously committed to the Restart Grant Scheme.
Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr. Mary Linehan Foley said
“Small and medium businesses are an integral part of life in County Cork and I’m delighted to see these additional supports being made available. There are so many businesses throughout our towns and villages that shape our local identity and character, and provide fantastic services to residents and visitors alike. I encourage all businesses in Cork to look into this grant scheme, so that we can continue to lead way in our social and economic recovery.”
Deputy Chief Executive of Cork County Council James Fogarty added
“Cork County Council welcomes this new and improved suite of supports for businesses, which will increase employment and support businesses in adapting to the current situation. By providing jobs and accessible local options for goods and services in Cork County, the Restart Grant Plus will have a resounding impact on our local economy and play a vital role in the Council’s Project ACT initiative to Activate County Towns.”
Notes for Editor
Interested businesses can apply at www.YourCouncil.ie
Non- rated B&B’s will apply to Fáilte Ireland, who will administer the funding over the coming weeks.
To qualify for a grant, the important criteria are:
Reliable local woman available for cleaning of Houses, Offices, Bar , B and B’s , Holiday Homes and end of tenancy etc. Available weekly, forthnightly, monthly or as a once off for all your cleaning needs. Very experienced and trustworthy can provide references if required please contact me on 087 1097516
Cloverhill Foods featured on TV3’s Ireland AM Show this week with their new range of home baking mixes. Find about their new mixes and see inside their factory at Mount Leader Industrial Estate in the below video
The product is available at your local SuperValu and they will reorder according to demand. Please try the product this week. Definitely very tasty and easy to make 👌
If you have a small business or would like to support a business, Ireland AM would love to hear from you.
— Ireland AM (@IrelandAMVMTV) June 14, 2020
Bank of Ireland Millstreet will re-open on June 29th. We will re-open Monday – Friday from 10.00am- 1.00pm.
A letter from Seamus Heaney, head of Visit Cork, on how they are recommending the Cork tourism sector can adapt and recover in this changed tourism environment, and details about free online training sessions from industry experts:
Dear Industry Partners,
We hope you are all keeping as well as can be expected in these very challenging and unprecedented times.
Over the past few months we have been working in the background with various bodies along with politicians to represent the interests of the Cork Tourism industry.
The Cork Tourism Task Force comprises of key stakeholders from the various sectors throughout Cork. It has been set up by the Visit Cork board and meets weekly to try and keep at pace with all of the updates and changes.
The main focus of the Task Force is to assist the executives and board of Visit Cork with key recommendations to government on how best the Cork tourism sector can adapt and recover in this changed tourism environment, including: [read more …] “Visit Cork Webinars”
Applications open for Cork County Restart Grant for Small Businesses
Online applications can now be made to Cork County Council for the Restart Grant for small businesses. As part of the Governments package of supports, this €250m fund will give direct grant aid to micro and small businesses to help them with the costs associated with reopening and re-employing workers following COVID-19 closures.
Between €2,000 and €10,000 of direct aid is available to businesses based on commercial rates bill from 2019.
The grant will be available to businesses with a turnover of less than €5m and employing 50 people or less, which were closed or impacted by at least a 25% reduction in turnover out to June 30, 2020. It is a contribution towards the cost of re-opening or keeping a business operational and re-connecting with employees and customers. [read more …] “Applications open for Cork County Restart Grant for Small Businesses”
I am delighted to announce I will be reopening my clinic on Monday 18th of May. I will be taking all the necessary precautions and following HSE guidelines to ensure everyone’s safety. I will be triaging my patients and only taking necessary patients at the moment. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. My number us 086-2660068. Thank you, and I looking forward to seeing you 💛 – Kathleen
Whether you’re dreaming of an upgrade, to be free from your PCP or your very first car – for a fair, flexible loan you won’t have to look far. Talk to Mallow Credit Union: Millstreet today about their Spring Sale, where a reduced car loan rate is available from the 2nd – 31st March 2020.
How do I Apply for a Promotional Car Loan?
You can apply online via the website, www.mallowcu.ie or over the phone by calling 022 21121. Or call into your local Millstreet branch where a member of the loans team will be happy to talk you through the loan application. [read more …] “Spring Sale at Mallow Credit Union: Millstreet”
Pop into our Millstreet branch and enter our Christmas Elfie Competition to be in with a chance of winning a €50 One for All Gift Card. Simply take a quick pic and send it to us via Facebook or Instagram!
Join us at Reen’s Pharmacy this Thursday as we celebrate 80 years, and avail of great discounts and refreshments in store 🥳🥳💞 [f]
Bank Of Ireland Millstreet, are holding a Mortgage late opening evening in Bank Of Ireland Millstreet on Thursday 28th November from 5-7pm. If any would like to meet Mortgage Specialist Lisa O’Shea to discuss a Mortgage, contact her on 0873386314, to arrange an appointment.
Volunteer with your local Credit Union
At the heart of every credit union is its volunteers. The Board of Directors of every credit union is drawn from members who have the skills and knowledge to lead and manage the long-term success of the credit union.
Mallow Credit Union now has 8 branches open across their Common Bond area, with 2 in Mallow (Main Street & Ballydaheen), Millstreet, Buttevant, Doneraile, Charleville, Dromcollogher and Broadford. There are a number of voluntary positions open on their Board of Directors, the Oversight Committee & Planning & Development Committee and they would like to invite members of the community to apply. These committees provide experience, learning and an active role within the credit union.
Mallow Credit Union relies on the enthusiasm and commitment of volunteers who give their time freely to develop and enhance the services of their credit union.
In return for volunteering, credit union volunteers are afforded the opportunity to;
Finance, information technology, management and communications skills are particularly welcome. However, any ability to make a contribution is appreciated. There are policies and training in place to support volunteers in their roles.
If volunteering with Mallow Credit Union sounds like something you might be interested in learning more about please call into your local branch or email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
It appears my work is on the move, wonderful… looking at this foto it please’s me to see that I made all that… 3 years ago I didn’t know I could do this sort of thing, surprised, hell yeah… I’d love others to be brave and take a chance and stop telling them selves that you can’t do it, whatever your dream is… please try… hope you go along to Duggan’s in Millstreet and check out my work… Noel