Filming for Mary Berry’s BBC2 Food Programme in Ireland appears to have taken place in the Autumn of 2019. She arrived in style on a fairly wet day at Mushera and enjoyed a delicious picnic while sitting on the famous Kerryman’s Table. Here we share some of the images from tonight’s showing of the excellent programme on BBC2 (23rd Sept. 2020). Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Mary Berry Enjoys a Picnic at Kerryman’s Table on BBC2”
A rare Green/Blue Flash is observed on the rim of the Sun, as it sets between Musherabeg and Musheramore on Monday evening April 13th 2020. The flash occurs only in specific conditions. It was captured by Denis Walsh with a zoom lens from near Cork Airport. (It is best seen on a large screen). [read more …] “Green Flash at Sunset over Mushera”
Last Wednesday evening May 29th 2019 saw the first Trail Race on Mushera. Organised by the Munster Mountain Running Association. 52 runners took part in what was an enjoyable race in foggy and windy conditions. Videos below was taken just above St.John’s Well. Photos, results etc are below:
Great Team work, Camaraderie & Community Spirit in evidence. pic.twitter.com/8Gk8orz8h8
— Mt. Hillary Athletic Club (@MtHillaryAC) May 30, 2019
Several units of the Cork County Fire Service spent a number of hours last night attending a scrub and gorse fire on Mushera Mountain … The fire broke out at around 5 o`clock. Units of the fire service from Millstreet, Macroom and Kanturk responded, and the incident was brought under control shortly before 10pm and crews returned to base. [C103]
First Mushera Platform Dance of the Season on Tommorrow Sunday May 19th with Music by Tim Joe and Ann From 3 to 5.30pm,No Cover Charge,Everybody Welcome.
Mushera Platform Fundraising Afternoon Tea Dance at the Marquee in Ballinagree (at the Back of Laine Bar)
Next Sunday April 28th 2019 from 3pm to 5.30pm,Spot Prizes on Door Tickets,Proceeds to Ballinagree Playground
Well done indeed to talented Photographer Shane McCarthy of Carriganima who recently climbed Mushera Mountain to its summit and captured two splendid images including the rare picture of the Cross at the summit. God bless Shane’s energy to climb such a challenging height. We wish to express our sincere thanks for sharing such treasured views. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
This video was taken about a week before Christmas when everything North of the mountain was blanketed in fog. – with thanks to Kathleen for this video
[some are having problems viewing this video, if so click here to watch it directly on youTube]
People from Aubane and other parts of Millstreet Parish on the morning of Christmas Day
Climb to the summit of Mushera Mountain quite a daunting task one has to say
For those who sponsor them for their favorite charity for this credit in heaps they are due
To climb Mushera in the depths of Winter to a cause one would have to be true
On Christmas morning no matter what the weather they scale the heights of Mushera hill
It may be frosty, raining or snowing or the gale force winds blowing a cold chill
The Mushera Christmas morning climbers some of them years ago were young
For their courage they are well worth admiring and their praises deserve to be sung
[read more …] “The Mushera Christmas Morning Climbers”
A number of excellent speeches were delivered and refreshments were later served at Kilcorney. We shall share lots more images later. [read more …] “Wonderfully Impressive Tribute to “The Bard” at Mushera on Sunday”
Mass will be celebrated at St John’s Well Mushera on Friday 24th June 2014 at 7.30pm which is the feast of St John’s the Baptist, hopefully the Weather will be fine on the Evening.
A bunch of keys has been found on Mushera Mountain
this lunchtime. It includes a car key that
fits a car that is parked there.
If you’re the owner, contact: 087-2583689.
(ID / proof of ownership needed)
A week ago there was a sudden and unexpected heavy snowfall which blanketed the area, especially Mushera which got a good deep cover. While it’s lovely to look at, hopefully it will be the last one of the year, and that the weather will pick up, after what has been an awful winter. (With thanks to Paul/Noreen O’Connor who took the 30+ photos below at dawn last Sunday in the Mushera / Knocknakilla area).
Open-Air Dancing at The Mushera Platform will be held next Sunday September 13 between 3.00 and 5.30.
Music by Peter Lane and The Blackwater Sound
Re-Scheduled Open-Air Dancing at The Mushera Platform will be held next Sunday August 30 between 3.00 and 5.30.
Music by Mike Helen and Southern Pride with Special Guest (The Wanted Man)
Drone footage of Mushera, the entrance to the Country Park, and the surrounding countryside, on sunny day in September 2014
The memories with me are all that does remain
I will never fell pine trees by Mushera again
In all sorts of weather wind, sun, frost and rain
With brown rain water flowing in every drain
Across the high country the cold winds did blow
And old Mushera was often in his hat of snow
Late Winter in Mushera can be a cold and wet time of year
The wind soughing in the pine trees in fancy i hear
[read more …] “Of My Time On Mushera”
Mushera Platform dance this Friday Evening July 24th has now been Cancelled due to a Bereavement
St Johns Night Dancing at Mushera Platform this Wed Night June 24th at 8.30pm, All Welcome.
The wonderful weather this last fortnight has encouraged us all to get out and enjoy the fine weather while it lasted. A local cyclist took this nice video of a cycle on the outskirts of Millstreet Country Park, starting at Knocknakilla, and finishing at Clochaneer Cross on the Butter Road – taken with a Garmin VIRB mounted on his helmet.
Speaking of being on the top mountains, the annual Clara Mountain Run is on tomorrow (Sunday) evening at 7pm starting at the West End. The race is open to all, and full race details are on IMRA.ie
Fr. James McSweeney has alerted us to current icy road conditions in the Mushera area – especially on the road between the Kerryman’s Table and Togher. He emphasises that conditions are significantly dangerous. Thank you, Fr. James, for this all-important notice. We wish all road users safe journeys. (S.R.)
Today is St. Hilary’s feast day, traditionally the coldest day of the year. So it was not unexpected that we awoke to a blanket of snow in town as well as the hills around us (it’s the second snowy morning this winter). We may get a few more flurries as the day goes on, but it could also be rain :-/.
But please be aware that the forecast for the next few days isn’t great. Tomorrow afternoon until Thursday is going to be very windy and wet too, and after that it will get cold barely getting above freezing during the day, and getting even colder at the weekend. More details below:
from the Paranormal Database:
John Kelleher captured a leprechaun under a rock near the summit of Mushera mountain, and agreed only to let the creature go if it gave him a purse of coins. The little man told Kelleher that if he dug where he stood, he would find the purse. Kelleher let the leprechaun go, stuck a stick in the ground to mark the position and went home to find a shovel. Returning a short time later, the man found hundreds of identical sticks all stuck in the earth around the area. (the date of this is unkown)
A lovely bright crisp morning greeted climbers for the annual Mushera Christmas Morning Climb, and a crowd of well in excess of a hundred took to the mountain to create an appetite for their Christmas dinner (or get away from the cooking of it!). This year the proceeds were in aid of the newly formed Aubane Community Alert, who added: “Many thanks to those who donated. The fund is still open. Sponorships cards still available”.
[read more …] “Mushera Christmas Morning Climb”