Sincere congratulations to Jimmy Murphy and his totally dedicated Team on another supremely successful fundraising Run/Walk/Jog event at Carriganima some weeks ago. On Saturday, 2nd Nov. 2019 at The Pub two most impressive cheques (€1,250.00 each) were presented to Representatives of Macroom & Millstreet Community Hospitals – in the presence of an enthusiastic audience, of Scottish Singer supreme – Johnny Bremner – and following Katie Taylor’s World Boxing Win. Addressing the assembly of people we listened to Carriganima’s Newly Appointed Priest – Fr. Joe Rohan (a native of Midleton) who referred to his admiration for the great work for which Carriganima is famous. Here we share the overall picture of both cheques being presented. More images to follow later. Tap on the picture to enlarge. (S.R.)
[read more …] “Superb Cheque Presentations at The Pub in Carriganima”
Planning permission has been approved for the second phase of refurbishment and extension works at St. Joseph’s Community Hospital Millstreet. The planning application was submitted to Cork County Council in February, following the completion of the first phase of works in 2018.
Permission includes the construction of a single-storey extension to the existing hospital, consisting of 11 ensuite bedrooms, dining room, kitchen store and changing facilities, new extended day rooms, toilets and assisted bathrooms, administration offices, relocated staff changing facilities, laundry room, plant room, meter room, new link corridor, and secure garden courtyard. Permission has also been granted for the demolition of several structures within the grounds, including two existing single-storey rear extensions, part of a rear kitchen extension, garden wall to the rear of the site and roadside wall to the front of the building. [read more …] “Planning Permission for Millstreet Community Hospital Extension Gets the Green Light”
The death has occurred of Marie Senior (née Mc Donald), Millstreet, and formerly of St Malachy’s Drive, Greenhills, Dublin. Passed away peacefully aged 77 years in the loving care of the staff at Millstreet Community Hospital. Beloved wife of William, dearly loved by her daughter Karen, son Ray, brothers Tony and Frank, son-in-law Francis, daughter-in-law Geraldine, grandchildren Ben and Ally, relatives and friends.
Lying in Repose in Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet on Thursday evening from 6pm to 8pm followed by removal to St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Requiem Mass on Friday at 12 noon with burial afterwards in St Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet. No flowers please. Donations to Millstreet Community Hospital.
Millstreet Community Hospital are delighted and looking forward to hearing Duhallow choral society with Kerry choral Union in a Gala concert this evening, Sunday 14th April @ 7 o’clock in St.Patrick’s Church Millstreet. Tickets are available in local shops. Your Support is greatly appreciated 🎼🎼
A sample from rehearsals last weekend:
We wish to extend our sincere sympathy to the Relatives of the late Matron Eileen (Nellie) Barrett of Kanturk who was laid to rest today (Sunday, 10th Feb. 2019). R.I.P.. Her wonderful dedication as Matron of St. Joseph’s Community Hospital in Millstreet for many years was truly inspirational. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis. (S.R.)
Staff Nurse Required
Millstreet Community Hospital
Tel: 029 70003 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
We thank Patricia for the Notice. (S.R.)
Corkery’s bar would like to thank everyone who took part in this years quiz. A total of €1,000 was raised which has been split between Millstreet Hospital and Millstreet Day Care Centre. A big thanks to Bernard Murphy & family members and to Mark Neville for running the quiz. A big thanks as well to Sean Radley for taking great pictures on the day. [photos]
Over the Christmas, some of the members of the Millstreet Comhaltas Branch visited Millstreet Hospital. Below is a short clip of what happened:
Corkery’s Bar Annual St. Stephen’s Day Quiz was this year held in aid of
Millstreet Community Hospital and Millstreet Day Care Centre. A capacity attendance on Wednesday, 26th Dec. 2018 guaranteed a truly successful event. Here we share some 20 images illustrating the superbly enthusiastic and happy young participants at the annual occasion where the two Question Masters did a splendid job. A very Happy New Year to All. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Wonderful Response to Corkery’s Bar Annual St. Stephen’s Day Quiz”
Corkery’s Bar Annual Stephens Day Quiz
in aid of
Millstreet Community Hospital and
Millstreet Day Care Centre
Quiz starting at 4pm
followed by music later with DJ Nev
All support greatly appreciated.
Marking 32 years of supreme dedication at St. Joseph’s Community Hospital, Millstreet a very special Retirement Reception was held on the evening of Friday, 16th Nov. 2018 at Corkery’s Bar, West End, Millstreet to honour Joan Collins on her retirement. Staff members enjoyed a splendid occasion during which the very popular Joan was made a number of presentations with many words of great praise delivered. We wish Joan a very Happy, Healthy and Fulfilling Retirement following her inspiring work for the past 32 years at the Hospital. Here we share a selection of images from the magnificent reception. We thank Patricia Robertson (Clerical Officer at the Hospital) for alerting us to the special occasion. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Wonderful Retirement Reception for Joan Collins”
Minister for State at the Department of Health with responsibility for Older People Jim Daly TD visited both Millstreet and Kanturk Community Hospitals yesterday. It was good for the Management & Staff at the Hospitals to show the Minister the good work and care that takes place in these facilities and update him on the progress of refurbishment plans for each Hospital. Also pictured are Cllr. John Paul O’Shea, Matron Margaret Collins, and HSE.
Sincere congratulations to Aubane’s St. John’s G.A.A. Club’s truly magnificent win in the Junior B Football Championship on Saturday night in Millstreet Town Park. The very popular Club has members from not just Aubane and Mushera but well beyond. At the Club’s Annual Church gate Collection over the weekend not just one but two superb Cups were proudly displayed. Trainer Jimmy Murphy had a very busy schedule on Saturday night as he made it in time following the successful outcome in the important match to be present at “The Pub” in Carriganima to present substantial cheques to both Millstreet and Macroom Hospitals (fuller pictorial report on that event later) as a result of the Annual Fun Run in Carriganima. Since this event began a most impressive €13,000.00 has been presented to assist fundraising in the hospitals. Here we share some 11 images from the uplifting weekend. Click on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “St. John’s G.A.A. Club’s Magnificent Win This Weekend”
The following images illustrate a variety of topics for which we’re presently preparing full features which will be uploaded later. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Sunday, 27th May 2018 marked the wonderfully successful Open Day at St. Joseph’s Millstreet Community Hospital during which Matron Margaret Collins (in red above) and her superb Staff welcomed an enormous assembly of Guests from far and wide including Doctors, Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P., Cllr. John Paul O’Shea, Noel Buckley (Chairman of Millstreet Community Council), former Staff including Matron Lena…and many relatives of Hospital Residents. A magnificent barbeque was provided by Jerry P. and James O’Leary & Staff while delicious baking was enjoyed by all with teas and coffee. Guests were hugely impressed by the guided tour which they received of the Hospital with its most impressive new developments. Here we share some twenty images of the very special occasion with its splendid atmosphere….with more to follow later. Click on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Magnificent Open Day at Millstreet Community Hospital on Sunday Afternoon”
Cllr John Paul O’Shea recently gave an update on the upgrade works at Millstreet Community Hospital:
“Currently completing Phase 1 of its refurbishment and their design team is currently reviewing existing layouts and accommodation in line with HIQA requirements and it is envisaged planning permission will be sought for Phase 2 of the refurbishment in early 2019. Both hospitals must adhere to the Health Information & Quality Authority National Standards for Resident Care Settings for Older People.”
This is good news, but it looks like Phase Two is still a long way away. In the Seanad questions and answers last Thursday (May 17th), in response to Senator Colm Burke’s questions on Kanturk and Millstreet Hospitals, Junior Minister Catherine Byrne TD said that the planning application would be 2019, construction hopefully to start in 2020, and finalisation in 2021 … so three years before phase 2 is complete [read more …] “Progress on Millstreet Community Hospital Phase I”
“Radio Treasures” this week is being broadcast on Thursday, 3rd May 2018 from 9:30 to 11:00 pm. We feature our usual mixture of cheerful songs, music and musings. And, of course, being the start of Summer (!) we include Canon Sydney McEwan’s “Bring Flowers of the Fairest” plus some special Showband Favourites. We hope also to feature the official launch recordings of Killarney’s “Nathan’s Walk” supporting Darkness into Light for Pieta House….This special item will be transmitted at 10pm. And we chat about the background to the pictures below. Click on the images to enlarge. We invite you to tune into our weekly broadcast this week on Thursday from 9:30 to 11:00 pm on www.corkmusicstation.com
As the generosity of the local businesses and community was so great during the fundraising efforts for my volunteering in India, it allowed other donations to be made to two other very worthy causes Marymount Hospice and Millstreet Community Hospital. €910 has been donated to both (pictures below).
I shall send updates during my 10 weeks of volunteering. I have received my itinerary for the first four weeks and I shall be teaching a class of 30 kids in Palampur aged between 10 -15 yrs. I will be teaching English, mathematics, general knowledge and sports to them.
Again a massive thank you to everyone who helped out, took part and donated to these volunteering efforts – Celina.
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.
Millstreet Community Hospital are looking to renovate their palliative care room in the hospital and are in need of your help. If you can come to our concert on the 8th of December it would be greatly appreciated.Tickets are available at Millstreet Hospital and from local outlets.
[read more …] “Christmas Concert in Millstreet Church”
A most impressive cheque for €3,400.00 was presented by Celina O’Mahony (seated 2nd from left) who was representing the superb Organisers of the exciting Fundraising Stretcher Race in May (Siobhán Tarrant and Linda O’Mahony were especially thanked for their great dedication together with other team participants). The Bingo Event on New Year’s Day held in the Bush Bar was organised by Sheila Barrett and her wonderful team. Receiving the cheque for the Friends of Millstreet Community Hospital is Noreen McSweeney. The Race resulted in a fund of €2,600.00 while the Bingo made €800.00 for the praiseworthy cause. Connie Hickey of the Bush Bar was especially thanked for his wonderfully kind support and cooperation. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)