All Ireland Scoraíocht na nÓg Champions 2009

MLLSTREET Ceolthas Ceolteoirí Eireann received the perfect 30th Anniversary plaudits on capturing outright honours in the All Ireland Junior Scóraíocht hosted in conjunction with the Fleadh Nua in Ennis last Saturday. (read below for a full description).

Pictures from the Millstreet group participating in Scoraíocht na nÓg  Munster Finals, in Templeglantine, Co. Limerick on April 24th 2009 which they won,  and progressed to win the All-Ireland finals also!

[read more …] “All Ireland Scoraíocht na nÓg Champions 2009”

Yoga, Tai Chi & Chi Kung


YOGA

TAI CHI & CHI KUNG

7 WEEK COURSE OF CLASSES FOR

ADULTS COMMENCING at the Canon

O’ Donovan Centre,

Millstreet

(No experience necessary)

Thursday 10th September: 7.00pm Yoga ………………………7 weeks €85

Thursday 10th September: 8.15pm Tai Chi & Chi Kung….7 weeks €85

(Discounted rate of €150 for anyone wishing to register for both classes)

Please Note: The running of these classes is dependent upon adequate numbers

of participants so advance booking is required.

Places are limited, please book your place before the end of August.

Visit the website below for further details.

CONTACT: Veronica Tangney 087 99 67 615

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www.instillireland.com

Fundraiser

Now there’s a brilliant fund-raising idea,
Now there’s a brilliant fund-raising idea,

“Now there’s a brilliant fund-raising idea,” say Fr. Declan O’Connor, P.P. and Denis Lane as they note Martin Cleary’s new hair style (recently dyed for a €200.00 bet!). Martin indicates that he would be glad to re-dye his hair for a sponsored fund-raiser in aid of the restoration building fund for the Church. The church fund is now past the one million euro mark. (pic Seán Radley)

No Horse Show this year

FOR the first time in four decades history, the Millstreet Summer Horse Show is a non runner this week.

This comes after an impasse between Millstreet organisers and the national body Showjumping Ireland.

Millstreet came to life each summer on the staging of its six-day equestrian festival in the Green Glens Arena, holding an unrivalled reputation as a mecca for showjumping enthusiasts.

This is the first time in 38 years that Millstreet Show will not he held and the cancellation is seen as a huge loss to owners, show organisers and the North Cork catchment area.

Apart from the show jumping, the showing classes such as the Young Irelander, Boomerang and National Discovery provided a shop window for owners to parade their young talents before buyers from across the world.

Multi purpose facilities from sand-surfaced arenas to warm-up paddocks and the spacious indoor complex added to the enjoyment for entries drawn from all over the country.

On the positive side, the 2009 Owners Pony and Young Riders Charity Show returns to Millstreet over the October Bank Holiday weekend.

The Green Glens venue is donated free of charge by the Duggan family. To date, this show has raised €190,000 for a range of local and national charities.

Noel Buckley on the campaign trail

Noel Buckley with family
Cllr Noel Buckley FG (far left) from Cloughoula with his family, supporters, and Michael Creed TD (fourth from right) canvassing before the recent local elections held on June 5th 2009

Noel was re-elected to his seat on Cork County Council. The Kanturk Electoral Area was being reduced from a 5 seater to 4 seater, and unfortunately Marie “The Shamrock” Murphy from the West End failed to get re-elected by a very narrow margin in the seventh count. Her loss will be a big loss to the town.

[read more …] “Noel Buckley on the campaign trail”

Millstreet Recycling Centre: Information Update

image001The recycling centre have updated their web page with information on their revised opening hours, materials accepted and associated charges. Their page is located here: http://www.millstreet.ie/Links/recycling/recyclingcentre.htm

For convenience the information is included below:

MILLSTREET RECYCLING CENTRE

Station Road, Millstreet, Co Cork

Tel: 029 30971 Fax: 029 30966

Web: www.corkcoco.ie

EPA Register Number:  R014941-02

Opening Hours:

Sunday/Monday: Closed

Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday: 09.00-16.30

Friday: 09.00-15.30 ● Saturday: 09.00-14.30

[read more …] “Millstreet Recycling Centre: Information Update”

Regional report 974 by Eily Buckley

Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde & welcome to news report 974 from Millstreet .
Fondest greetings dear listeners & I wish you all the very best on this lovely, sunny Tuesday morning.

Don’t take too much notice of me this morning, since we met last I’ve gotten a beautiful new great-grandson , by  Karen & Ken Stanley,on Tuesday, & we also had the wedding of my dear granddaughter Elaine Buckley, of the “Cutting It“ Hair Salon, Kanturk to Timmy O’Connor, Gurrane. On Saturday I’m sure you won’t mind if I wish them every happiness & God’s blessing for the future. And I want to say a million thanks to all the people who came to celebrate with us & wish our family members the best of luck for the future. [read more …] “Regional report 974 by Eily Buckley”

The Black Mare Ascent to Carrauntoohil

THE BLACK MARE ASCENT TO CARRAUNTOOHIL. 27th. Jun.’09

BY

Mary O’Mahony

This is a straight forward route to the summit but I think only on a fine day and with clear visibility! It begins with a walk up the concrete road, so named because it is literally concrete that you are climbing for the first 15 mins. There is an udnerlay of iron underneath this mass of concrete. Some call it the Hydro road. Same route, if you fancy doing the Coomloughra Horseshoe.

The Black Mare Ascent is a very steep climb through a wide gully,

Emerging within 100m of the summit.

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Old Guestbook 2000 – 2009

In the previous version of millstreet.ie, there was a Discussion forum where people could leave comments. This is no longer in use, because you can comment everywhere on the blog, but here are the comments that came in regardless.

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i am trying to trace the family of cornelius murphy born 1st april 1877 he was born in cullen and registered as living in millstreet his father was denis murphy, mother was mary mahoney .He left in 1898 on the ship pavonia with his brother denis murphy and his cousin mary murphy they were bound for boston america but cornelius got off at liverpool uk and then moved to wales and dont know at this time if his brother and cousin stayed in the uk or continued to boston if anyone has any information please could you contact me [read more …] “Old Guestbook 2000 – 2009”

Regional Report 973 by Eily Buckley

Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 973 from Mllstreet.

Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this , rather wet, but very mild Tuesday morning.

There was a great buzz in the town at the weekend with many people home on holidays and others visiting the area. But the Clara Inn was a hive of music, food and good companionship for the retirement party in honour of Davy Twomey, His employer John Buckley , and his co-workers from the building industry as well as family friends and neighbours, gathered to wish the popular Davy many years of well deserved and happy retirement.

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Community Fund Awards 2009 – Coomacheo wind farm

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Airtricity would like to invite applications from community-based projects/activities in the vicinity of our wind farm at Coomacheo, near Millstreet, Co. Cork The funds will be allocated to projects from all aspects of community but in particular to economic, social, cultural and educational, however preference will be given to projects that have an environmental theme. Preference will also be given to projects which are linked to sustainable local activities.

Closing date for applications is Friday 7th August 2009. Successful applicants will be notified by Friday 30th August 2009.

[read more …] “Community Fund Awards 2009 – Coomacheo wind farm”

Tour of Ireland 2009 is Coming!

On Saturday August 22nd at approx 1:20pm, one hundred and twenty of the worlds best cyclists will pass through Millstreet in Stage 2 of the Tour if Ireland. The cyclists will be coming from Rylane, over Mushera, into Millstreet, out on a loop over Curragh mountain, back to Millstreet, and on to Killarney.

The leading rides are seven times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong who brings his Astana team to Ireland for the first time, and six times Tour de France stage winner Mark Cavendish (Columbia – HTC), who won three stages here last year, and an amazing six stages in this years Tour de France.

Of course roads will be closed for some short time, but hopefully lots of people will come out and cheer on the cyclists, like previous times the race passed through, when it was known as the Nissan Classic.

Rathcoole Rovers FC

Without doubt, this has been the most successful season ever for double winning Rathcoole Rovers. This memorable year they managed to do what they had been trying to do for the past 8 seasons and went and won 1A.

For Rathcoole home form was a major factor, along with a few wins on the road. Every member of the squad played his part but special mention though for top goalscorer Tadhg Browne, who in a fine season, bagged 33 goals in total, 23 of them in the league.

[read more …] “Rathcoole Rovers FC”

Millstreet storm past Newmarket

MILLSTREET turned on the style in the second half to dispose of Newmarket in the second round to the Kanturk Credit Union Duhallow JAFC played in Boherbue on Monday evening.

Once Millstreet got into their stride upon the resumption, they possessed far too many aces in the pack for a second string Newmarket combination. Newmarket held their own for the opening 30 minutes but after a promising start, they lost their way.

Read the full article here: http://www.corkman.ie/sport/gaelic-football/slicker-millstreet-storm-past-newmarket-1837406.html