of Autumn 2004
|Millstreet Town Park on a lovely sunny day||One of the many encouraging road
signs put in place throughout
Millstreet Parish before the recent Junior A Duhallow Football Final which
took place in Millstreet Town Park in front of an enormous attendance and
in which Cullen emerged victoriously! This sign appeared on the Cullen
Road beyond Dooneen at the Coolinarne Cross.
|Our new recycling centre under construction||Mrs. Murphy (West End) and Lucy enjoying a lovely crisp autumn day|
|Internationally renowned storyteller
Eddie Lenihan originally from
Brosna, Co. Kerry and now residing in Co. Clare truly enchants pupils and
teachers from Presentation N.S., Millstreet during the recent Book Festival
held annually at Millstreet Library and co-ordinated by Breda O'Leary,
|The Millstreet Under-10 Football
team prior to their participating in
the prestigious Blitz at Dromtariffe on Saturday, 6th November.
Coaches/Trainers from left:
Declan Crowley, John Joe Dineen and Paul O'Donovan.
Dromtariffe hosted the Brian Cronin Memorial Blitz for the under tens. This
was held over two Saturdays,16th October and 6th November. On the way to the
final Millstreet defeated Buttevant, Clondrohid and Kanturk. In the final
Millstreet defeated the hosts Dromtariffe to claim the Brian Cronin Memorial
|The Under-10 Team celebrating their
magnificent win on Saturday, 6th
November as they arrive back in Main Street, Millstreet from the
|Conor Casey arranges to sit on the famous Liam McCarthy All-Ireland Cup at Presentation N.S. on Monday, 8th November, 2004. Also pictured are team members Cian O'Connor and Ronan Curran.||Crowley's Corner at the Bridge, Millstreet on Monday, 8th November, 2004...a truly historic landmark in our town begins to disappear.|
|The very rare sight of seven swans on the River Finnow as viewed from the Bridge on the town side of Millstreet Railway Station on Tuesday, 9th November, 2004. We were alerted by Billy Linehan, Dooneen, Millstreet to this very beautiful scene of the two parent swans with their five cygnets....a sight unseen in Millstreet for many years.|
The ever-popular Connie Coakley, Station Road, Millstreet on his consistently reliable bicycle outside Linehan's Garage near Millstreet Railway Station on 9th Nov., 2004.
|Donagh is accorded royal treatment as Sgt. Paul O’Donovan (on left) and Garda Ian Scully, based at Millstreet Garda Station, recently shared safety advice with the pupils of Scoil Mhuire, Millstreet BNS.||Aubane Youth Club presenting substantial cheques to Marymount Hospice, Cork and the Jack & Jill Foundation as a result of the Charity Fancy Dress Halloween Ball held a few days prior to this at the Wallis Arms, Millstreet.|
|The highly successful Three One-Act Plays recently presented at Banteer’s exquisite Glen Theatre|
|Pat and Olive Monaghan from Las Vagas, USA holidaying in Irish traditional style near Muckross, Killarney. Pat lived in Millstreet until the early 1960s||A royal greeting from Cork (and Kerry!) supporters for the Liam McCarthy All-Ireland Cup outside Tarrant’s Centra, West End , Millstreet on 8th November 2004|
|Kevin Davis (on left) receives a copy of “Picture Millstreet” from Pat Breen at the James O’Keeffe Memorial Institute, Newmarket in tribute to his superbly dedicated work as a FAS Co-ordinator who was in change of many very important work schemes throughout Cork City and County||The absolutely wonderful scene in glorious sunshine at the River Finnow near Millstreet Railway Station of the two adult swans with their five cygnets, pictured on 10th November 2004|
|Millstreet Mart at Station Road, built in the 1960s being demolished to make way for Millstreet’s new Recycling Centre which is scheduled to be open by April 2005.||
“Nibbles” Baking goes international! Olive and Pat Monaghan arrange to take back to Las Vagas, USA some of Eleanor Leahy’s delicious baking from “Nibbles” Bakery/Café, West End, Millstreet.
Pat’s father, Guard Monaghan was one of Millstreet’s most popular Guards in the 1940s and 1950s. The Monaghan Family lived at Pound Hill, Millstreet.
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