Michael Healy’s Retirement

Thanks to Geraldine Dennehy who has sent us a few shots from the Millstreet Fire Brigade’s presentation to Micheal Healy, Station Officer on his retirement after twenty five years of service to Millstreet Fire Station. On the night he was joined by his crew members who presented him with a beautiful piece of Art On Slate and by his wife Kathleen and his family.
Also we wish every success to fellow member Paula Healy/O’Shea on being appointed Station Officer.

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Michael retires from the Millstreet Fire Brigade

Millstreet Fire Brigade (CK22), family and friends gather for the retirement of Station Officer Michael Healy. Michael will be retiring on June 15th after serving the people of Millstreet and surrounding areas for over 24 years. Best of luck in your retirement Mike! – from the Cork County Fire Service

Cork Firefighters Ladder Climb Features on “Radio Treasures” Tonight

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Jobs: Retained Firefighter – Millstreet Fire Brigade

Cork County Council are currently looking for Retained Firefighters in the Millstreet Fire Station.

Applicants should be of good character, of good health, live less than 2 miles from the fire station, and be 18-55 yrs of age.

Full qualifications and particulars of employment are outlined by Cork County Council in this document, and here is the Application Form.

Closing date for applications for this part-time position is Friday, 29th January, 2016.

Millstreet Fire Brigade Educational Visit to Rathcoole Playschool

On Tuesday 18th Nov. 2014 Millstreet Fire Brigade paid an eduational visit to Rathcoole Playschool.   Paula and Michael gave the enthusiastic children a marvellous insight into the basic working of the impressive Fire Brigade unit and its essential equipment.  We thank Maura, Breeda and Majella from Rathcoole playschool for sharing the many images of the visit.   Click on the pictures to enlarge.  (S.R.)
On Tuesday 18th Nov. 2014 Millstreet Fire Brigade paid an eduational visit to Rathcoole Playschool. Paula and Michael gave the enthusiastic children a marvellous insight into the basic workings of the impressive Fire Brigade unit and its essential equipment. We thank Maura, Breeda and Majella from Rathcoole Playschool for sharing the many images of the visit. Click on the pictures to enlarge.   (S.R.)

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