Millstreet Juvenile GAA A.G.M. was held on January 29th but due to the poor attendance and support of parents, the meeting had to be deferred until Wednesday February 6th at 8pm in Millstreet GAA Hall.
Please be advised that both the secretary and chairperson are stepping down from their duties within the club. Nobody was willing to take over these roles at the meeting last week. If this happens again Wednesday night, your child may not have a club to play football and hurling with. We also need parents to help out at both football and hurling trainings.
We plead with all parents and locals in the community to attend this A.G.M. The future of Millstreet Juvenile GAA depends on your support!
Many visitors to the Christmas Market purchased attractive Christmas presents. The Tea Room and the outside Food Outlet were in great demand. Justin Black’s on-stage Photographic Studio proved very popular. Sincere congratulations to the enthusiastic coordinators of continue reading…
Here we share a selection of the images we took when we visited the Market as it opened at 12.00 noon today. A great opportunity to buy local and very attractive Christmas presents and you can also enjoy excellent refreshments from Nibbles continue reading…
Walkers can now choose to climb Clara Mountain OR complete the Drishane Castle Loop via Station Road. This is to suit our younger walkers who may find Clara Mountain a little too adventurous! Meeting point for both walks is the GAA Hall at 11am. All sponsorship cards to be handed up before the walk.
Thanks to Thomas Duggan for allowing us use Drishane Castle.
Hope to see a large crowd tomorrow
It was one of the most uplifting book launches Millstreet has ever witnessed. Author Barry Keane delivered an outstanding witty speech and the splendid words shared by his mother and aunts hugely impressed the capacity audience. Historian/author Jack Lane continue reading…
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OF TIME & VENUE)
‘The Bard’ by Barry Keane,
will be launched – as part of Heritage Week – by its author
at G.A.A. Community Hall, Millstreet
Saturday August 18th.
Time : 8.30pm.
The Lord Mayor of Cork is also scheduled to attend.
Light refreshments will be served.
A constant flow of people arrived at the very welcoming venue this morning. It began at 9.00 a.m. and concluded at 1.00 p.m.. The variety of delicious cakes, buns and scones with tea and coffee was awesome! Many kind people had done superb baking for continue reading…
Collection of Cúl Camp GAA Kits on Saturday 14th July between 7.15p.m. & 8.00p.m. (after Mass) in GAA Hall.
There will be a public meeting in Millstreet GAA Hall next Monday night 14th May at 8pm, where a talk will be given on the upcoming referendum of the EU Fiscal Treaty, household charges, septic tank charges, and water charges. All are welcome.
The Millstreet group campaigning against household charges and austerity meet Monday nights at 8.30pm in the Bush Bar. Anyone that wishes to join the campaign is welcome. Contact (087)3560013.