Corkery’s Bar Annual St Stephens Day Quiz – Thank You

Corkery’s bar would like to say a big thank you to everyone who took part in this years quiz. A total of €1,040 was raised which will be split between Millstreet Hospital and The Cope Foundation

A big thanks as well to Bernard Murphy for setting the questions and to all those who helped run the quiz.

Note of Appreciation from Millstreet Monument Committee

Note of Appreciation

Millstreet Monument Committee would like to express their gratitude and appreciation to the
following for their contribution in making the recent unveiling ceremony of a plaque to Pádraig Pearse such a success. Due to the downpour, the Chairman Mr Jerry Lehane was unable to perform the final closing and words of thanks to:

  • The Corkery Family and Billy Brown,
  • I.R.D. Chief Executive Maura Walsh and archivist James Buckley,
  • Conor O Leary and John Murphy of  O Leary Stone and Monumental Sculptors,
  • Siobhán Ní Mhurchú, Ballingeary for checking the proposed inscription,
  • Sgt Paul Lynch and the Gardaí at Millstreet Station,
  • Noel C Duggan and Family,
  • The Millstreet Pipe Band,
  • Fr. Seán Tucker for blessing the plaque,
  • Millstreet Branch of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann,
  • Seán Radley, Brendan Murphy and Eily Buckley,
  • John Tarrant, reporter and Justin Black photographer,
  • Elaine Dennehy and Declan Crowley of Milltech Printing,
  • Chrisy’s Restaurant and The Bush Bar,
  • John Anthony O Sullivan and Danny O Mahony,
  • Milllstreet Tidy Towns Association.

The Committee would also like to sincerely thank all their sponsors and those who kindly donated to the funding of the plaque.

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Magnificent Pádraig Pearse Plaque Now in Place for Official Launch

Sincere thanks to Photographer supreme, Justin Black for capturing the putting in place this morning by the three superb Craftsmen of the hugely impressive Pádraig Pearse plaque at Corkery's Bar, West End, Millstreet which will be officially launch tomorrow night at 7.30 (22nd August 2015). Many thanks also to Jerry Lehane for alerting us to the placement of this all-important permanent reminder of Pádraig Pearse's visit to Millstreet on 22nd August 1915. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Sincere thanks to Photographer supreme, Justin Black for capturing the putting in place this morning by the three superb Craftsmen of the hugely impressive Pádraig Pearse plaque at Corkery’s Bar, West End, Millstreet which will be officially launched tomorrow night at 7.30 (22nd August 2015).  Many thanks also to Jerry Lehane for alerting us to the placement of this all-important permanent reminder of Pádraig Pearse’s visit to Millstreet on 22nd August 1915. Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

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Macra Annual BBQ

2014-09-05 Millstreet Macra annual BBQ - posterMillstreet Macra are holding their annual BBQ on Saturday the 13th of September in Corkery’s bar Millstreet at 8pm. All welcome. The proceeds will be going to “An Tuath Nua” (Cope Foundations further education unit for young adults with autism). It will be a great night for everyone! See more at Millstreet Macra on Facebook