“Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station this Tuesday, 7th April 2020 includes a telephone interview at 10pm with Eily Buckley during which Eily shares her thoughts on COVID-19 and its overall effect. Our Programme begins at 9:30pm with its usual mixture of wonderful songs, music and musings. At 10.15pm we remember the late Donie Golden and Con McSweeney and play a special 1960’s local song in tribute. We hear about the many famous people born a century ago in 1920. And there’s more, much more including references to the images below. Happy listening! Feel most welcome to contact us on corkmusicstation @gmail.com or by texting 086 825 0074. Happy Easter to all our Loyal Listeners. (S.R.)
Eily is back on our screens in SuperValu’s latest advert “Consider Christmas at SuperValu”. This time she’s having a hot cuppa after her Christmas dip at the FortyFoot in Dublin. [read more …] “Considering Christmas”
It’s only a few months since Eily Buckley starred in Daniel and Majella’s Road Trip, but now she’s in the latest SuperValu advert on our TV’s, in our cinemas, and anywhere else there’s a screen, and she’s back driving a bus full of children again, like she did for many years ! Huge Congrats to Eily, who appears at about 0:42 in the video below:
Café-Aroma yesterday, home made soup & brown bread made by Noreen to warm you up on a cold day, and lots more amazing food on offer, deffo a place to visit if your in town!
And Look who I bumped into inside only Seán Radley & Eily Buckley!! Two amazing people with a wealth of knowledge and that do very important work for Millstreet, Duhallow, and beyond! Keeping rural Ireland up to date with past and present going’s on, all for free!
I know I say this for everyone when I say, Thank you!
(Thanks to Tom from TMC Photography for this article)
Long before she wrote for the Clara News
And years before I even knew the taste of booze
For her love of people she became well known
And the fame of Eily Buckley has since grown.
For years she drove the school bus up and down
The roads of Millstreet to and from the Town
And perhaps many of the kids she drove to and from the school today
From Millstreet Parish now live far away.
Miles from Cloghoula her own countryside
Her Cloghoula notes in Clara News read far and wide
In big cities far from Millstreet County Cork
In Sydney, Melbourne, London and New York.
Can’t say that I knew her that well at all
Though she is one I readily can recall
For her’s is such a well known and loved face
In Millstreet Parish still my favourite place.
A friendly person untouched by conceit
And one of the best loved people in Millstreet
She’d never ignore you as she drove by
She’d always smile and wave a friendly hi