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The town will be judged between Monday June 11th and Wednesday 20th. The good weather permits more open air socialising, but please do not discard cigarette butts, food wrappers, cans and bottles indiscriminately. Flower tubs have been put in place at the entrance to Oakwood; Barrack Lane flower beds have been tidied up and bedding plants added and hanging baskets went up on the main streets in town.

Tidy Towns volunteers meet each Saturday morning in the square at 9 am. More volunteers are always welcome. Always wanted to make a movie, learn new skills, have fun and meet new people? Participants in the programme will learn and experience a wide variety of different aspects of being a filmmaker in a hands-on, fun and interactive workshop. Work alongside professional filmmakers from Cork Film Centre, over five days to explore, learn and create short film.

Young people get to make a film and learn new skills to take home. For many, this experience is creating pathways into college, university and the film industry. All will have an opportunity to showcase their short films at special Festival and Gala Film events. This email address is being protected from spambots. Closing Date Monday 18th June. Places are limited so please email your application NOW to ensure your place.

For information please call or text Macroom June at Mc Egan College. Macroom U football team that includes the late Daniel Kingston, fourth from left, front row. Registration between 6pm and 7. A great evening is assured and for those who have never participated before, it's definitely recommended. All surplus proceeds go to Cork ARC - Cork cancer support house - a safe haven for people with cancer and their families, where one can find information, practical help and emotional help. Each year there has been tremendous support from local race participants, businesses, clubs and volunteers.

Further race details can be found in - http: A section of the N22, from the Auld Triangle to Glenview filling station in Gurteenroe, is currently undergoing repair. The work is proceeding by night, 8p. A Stop and Go system will be in place during those hours. The annual Macroom Eucharistic procession took place on June 10th from the parish church to the temporary altar in the Square. This year it was held in glorious sunshine, with children and adults participating in summer finery. The procession did not stop the traffic, proceeding along one side of the street, with minimum disruption.

It has been part of the Church liturgy in Macroom for ninety years or more. In the 20th century, it was also a huge social event, drawing great crowds and meriting new hats and summer dresses. They flew out to Milan on June 1 and joined friends from Marcallo and Bubry for dinner. On Saturday the group visited the beautiful old town of Bergamo and in the evening enjoyed a buffet dinner and an exhibition of Italian folk dancing back in Marcallo.

The visitors returned to Marcallo for dinner with their hosts at the Centro Pensionati, Senior Citizens the meal being followed by a most enjoyable evening of music, song and dance to which all three cultural groups contributed. The weather for the weekend was beautiful and all agreed that it had been a most pleasant trip. Marcallo con Casone, Macroom and Bubry in Brittany are partners in a three way twinning agreement in which each town plays host to the other two on a three year rota basis.

Mayor of Bubry, Mayor of Marcallo con Casone, elected representatives, friends of twinning, I am delighted to be present here in Marcallo this weekend as we meet for our annual twinning meeting. Our Chairman Paul Collins asked me to apologise for not being present due to work commitments. As each year passes it appears time is speeding up, it seems like only yesterday we were together in Bubry.

Since its beginning we have celebrated many years of twinning between our three towns. The book takes its title from an Irish proverb: Fiche bliain ag cromadh. Twenty years in bloom. Twenty years when it doesn't matter. Sometimes this is seen as a bleak proverb. However, I think its essence captures and reflects the state of the twinning association in Macroom currently. Our association in Macroom is in stasis; we are the same members for many years and we struggle to attract younger members. We will continue to try to re-energise our town and its people to take on board the spirit of twinning, but it is difficult.

The friendships and relationships which have been forged between our three towns will outlive any formal association which we have created. The friendship and culture I have witnessed here in Marcallo this weekend tells me that it is vital that all three towns make an all out effort to ensure that this friendship pact is kept in place and I would also make an appeal to the members of the European Parliament to make an all out effort to restore funding to towns that are involved in Twinning right across the European Union.

I would like to thank the members of the twinning committee here in Marcallo con Casone for the excellent programme they have put in place this weekend and on behalf of the Macroom Twinning Association, formally invite you all to join us in Macroom for the celebration of the twinning of our three towns. Josh Mullen and Eleanor Lane make a presentation to Mrs. TY Tour of Mid-Cork. Finally the students finished their Tour in the Independence Museum in Kilmurry village.

Great credit must go Kilmurry Historical society for their vision in building what is a magnificent Museum and the pupils were most impressed by the local historical displays on view. Certainly worth a visit. The Tourist Guides are available in all strategic locations across Mid Cork. For further details, please contact the Macroom Town Hall on Be sure to browse through our travel section which contains lots of books and travel guides that might help you on your way.

The Summer Stars reading scheme begins again soon so be sure to enquire at the desk about signing your children up for it so they can take part this summer. This a great way to encourage them to continue reading after the school year has ended — they sign up, collect their reading card, write the names of the books they read over the summer on their reading card so they can collect their Summer Stars certificate and maybe a few goodies at the end of the summer. The Purlies Knitting group will be meeting on June 21st at No booking required, so bring the kids along to what is sure to be a fun and enjoyable show.

Next time you visit the library, be sure to enquire about all of our free online services. Leaflets for both of these services are available in the library. You might be interested in searching for an old newspaper article from years ago, in which case you can access several newspaper archives on our computers. We also have over online courses available if you would like to begin an e-learning course — business, crafts, history, web development and many more.

You can also use our Mango language courses to help you learn any language you wish. All you need to do to use these online services is join the library, and it's completely free! Photos by Friday before publication Snippets may include details of upcoming Lee Valley functions, fundraisers, sports events etc.


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Night Road Works Works commenced on the N22, at the western end of Macroom, on Monday, May 28 and will continue nightly for approximately 3 weeks, 8pm until 6am. Music by Back on Track. A great night assured. Apply by Monday, June 18 to This email address is being protected from spambots. Sixth class students will host their annual Bring and Buy Fundraiser in the school on Friday June 22nd at 12noon. All proceeds donated to Marymount Hospice and the school. Home baking and a wonderful range of raffle prizes on offer. All welcome and your support would be greatly appreciated.

Mushera Platform - first dance of the season will take place on Monday night, 25 June. Music by Jerome Coakley and Lee Sound from 8: It is proposed to establish a Community Alert scheme for the following townlands of Kilmichael: A meeting is scheduled for Monday 25th June at 8. The meeting will be attended by Garda Orla Doyle, Community Garda, who will provide information on setting up such a scheme.

All interested persons residing in these townlands are welcome to attend. James won a hamper, a family pass to the Cork F. C match with Derry City F. Independence Museum Kilmurry parish schools exhibition this November. School photos pre s would West Muskerry A. West Muskerry athletes also took part in the Relay at the Cork Marathon. Numbers drawn 8, 29, and Numbers drawn 8, 27, and Francis Kiely, Cork Street.

Tim Joe Lyons, Main Street,. Caoimhe Daly, Millbrook Close. Ethan O' Gorman, Galway's Cross. Brooke Murphy, 9 Cork Street, Macroom. Mary Cooney, Greyhound Bar. Declan Kiely, Cork Street. Denise Moloney, Main Street. Erin, who works as a staff nurse at CUH, leads a busy life. As well as her demanding career, she also plays Camogie with Aghabullogue and coaches under age teams. Music and sport are in her genes as her mother is one of the Healys of Aghavrin and her grandfather, Joe Healy, was a fine singer and musician, as well as being steeped in G.

The annual procession took place last Sunday after 11am Mass. It was a glorious sunny day and a very large crowd took part. The Altar boys led the procession followed by Fr.

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Wickham, the first Communion children of the parish, the choir, and the people. Two decades of the Rosary were recited as the procession made its way to the School and back to church. At the school, hymns were sung, exposition of Blessed Sacrament took place and the first Communion children sang their hymns with the help of their teacher. The procession returned to the church for more hymns and prayers.

A lovely parish occasion. Thanks to everyone who helped in any way. They would also like to thank all those who are helping them with flower-planting, watering etc. Anyone willing to give a hand is most welcome The new boxes on the wall across from Healys Spar are looking resplendent, well done. Tidy Town judging will be taking place shortly so all hands on deck keeping the village clean, tidy and litter free Retired Active: This group gets together once a month for a coffee and a chat on the 2nd Wednesday of every month.

Come along and enjoy this social occasion where ideas are considered and plans are made for outings etc. Anyone wishing to be part of this group or join them on outings etc needs to be insured as part of Active Retired Group. Please enquire from Maria at post office or any committee member. News; Well done to the Junior As who defeated Dripsey in the first round of the championship and to the Junior Cs who defeated Ballincollig in a league match.

Clondrohid U12s continued their league campaign at home to Kinsale. The lads started really strongly and led to at halftime. The hot conditions did not seem to bother the lads. The midfielders set up attack after attack and the quick and mobile front line punished Kinsale. All the panel were used and added to the final score of to A fine team display all around the pitch. Well done to the lads and coaches on a great performance. Clondrohid U10s travelled to Dromtarriffe to take part in a tournament. They played 3 games in very hot conditions. They played Kanturk next and lost to a late goal.

The last game against Canovee gave Clondrohid a win, to Well done to all the players who worked so hard. The friendship and culture I have witnessed here in Marcallo this weekend tells me that it is vital that all three towns make an all out effort to ensure that this friendship pact is kept in place and I would also make an appeal to the members of the European Parliament to make an all out effort to restore funding to towns that are involved in Twinning right across the European Union. I would like to thank the members of the twinning committee here in Marcallo con Casone for the excellent programme they have put in place this weekend and on behalf of the Macroom Twinning Association, formally invite you all to join us in Macroom for the celebration of the twinning of our three towns.

Josh Mullen and Eleanor Lane make a presentation to Mrs. TY Tour of Mid-Cork. Finally the students finished their Tour in the Independence Museum in Kilmurry village. Great credit must go Kilmurry Historical society for their vision in building what is a magnificent Museum and the pupils were most impressed by the local historical displays on view. Certainly worth a visit. The Tourist Guides are available in all strategic locations across Mid Cork.

For further details, please contact the Macroom Town Hall on Be sure to browse through our travel section which contains lots of books and travel guides that might help you on your way. The Summer Stars reading scheme begins again soon so be sure to enquire at the desk about signing your children up for it so they can take part this summer. This a great way to encourage them to continue reading after the school year has ended — they sign up, collect their reading card, write the names of the books they read over the summer on their reading card so they can collect their Summer Stars certificate and maybe a few goodies at the end of the summer.

The Purlies Knitting group will be meeting on June 21st at No booking required, so bring the kids along to what is sure to be a fun and enjoyable show. Next time you visit the library, be sure to enquire about all of our free online services. Leaflets for both of these services are available in the library. You might be interested in searching for an old newspaper article from years ago, in which case you can access several newspaper archives on our computers.

We also have over online courses available if you would like to begin an e-learning course — business, crafts, history, web development and many more. You can also use our Mango language courses to help you learn any language you wish. All you need to do to use these online services is join the library, and it's completely free! Photos by Friday before publication Snippets may include details of upcoming Lee Valley functions, fundraisers, sports events etc. Night Road Works Works commenced on the N22, at the western end of Macroom, on Monday, May 28 and will continue nightly for approximately 3 weeks, 8pm until 6am.

Music by Back on Track. A great night assured. Apply by Monday, June 18 to This email address is being protected from spambots. Sixth class students will host their annual Bring and Buy Fundraiser in the school on Friday June 22nd at 12noon. All proceeds donated to Marymount Hospice and the school. Home baking and a wonderful range of raffle prizes on offer. All welcome and your support would be greatly appreciated. Mushera Platform - first dance of the season will take place on Monday night, 25 June.

Music by Jerome Coakley and Lee Sound from 8: It is proposed to establish a Community Alert scheme for the following townlands of Kilmichael: A meeting is scheduled for Monday 25th June at 8. The meeting will be attended by Garda Orla Doyle, Community Garda, who will provide information on setting up such a scheme. All interested persons residing in these townlands are welcome to attend.

James won a hamper, a family pass to the Cork F. C match with Derry City F. Independence Museum Kilmurry parish schools exhibition this November. School photos pre s would West Muskerry A. West Muskerry athletes also took part in the Relay at the Cork Marathon. Numbers drawn 8, 29, and Numbers drawn 8, 27, and Francis Kiely, Cork Street.

Tim Joe Lyons, Main Street,. Caoimhe Daly, Millbrook Close. Ethan O' Gorman, Galway's Cross. Brooke Murphy, 9 Cork Street, Macroom. Mary Cooney, Greyhound Bar. Declan Kiely, Cork Street. Denise Moloney, Main Street. Erin, who works as a staff nurse at CUH, leads a busy life. As well as her demanding career, she also plays Camogie with Aghabullogue and coaches under age teams.

Music and sport are in her genes as her mother is one of the Healys of Aghavrin and her grandfather, Joe Healy, was a fine singer and musician, as well as being steeped in G. The annual procession took place last Sunday after 11am Mass. It was a glorious sunny day and a very large crowd took part. The Altar boys led the procession followed by Fr.

Wickham, the first Communion children of the parish, the choir, and the people. Two decades of the Rosary were recited as the procession made its way to the School and back to church. At the school, hymns were sung, exposition of Blessed Sacrament took place and the first Communion children sang their hymns with the help of their teacher.

The procession returned to the church for more hymns and prayers. A lovely parish occasion. Thanks to everyone who helped in any way. They would also like to thank all those who are helping them with flower-planting, watering etc. Anyone willing to give a hand is most welcome The new boxes on the wall across from Healys Spar are looking resplendent, well done. Tidy Town judging will be taking place shortly so all hands on deck keeping the village clean, tidy and litter free Retired Active: This group gets together once a month for a coffee and a chat on the 2nd Wednesday of every month.

Come along and enjoy this social occasion where ideas are considered and plans are made for outings etc. Anyone wishing to be part of this group or join them on outings etc needs to be insured as part of Active Retired Group. Please enquire from Maria at post office or any committee member. News; Well done to the Junior As who defeated Dripsey in the first round of the championship and to the Junior Cs who defeated Ballincollig in a league match.

Clondrohid U12s continued their league campaign at home to Kinsale. The lads started really strongly and led to at halftime.

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The hot conditions did not seem to bother the lads. The midfielders set up attack after attack and the quick and mobile front line punished Kinsale. All the panel were used and added to the final score of to A fine team display all around the pitch. Well done to the lads and coaches on a great performance. Clondrohid U10s travelled to Dromtarriffe to take part in a tournament. They played 3 games in very hot conditions. They played Kanturk next and lost to a late goal. The last game against Canovee gave Clondrohid a win, to Well done to all the players who worked so hard.

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Well done to coaches and parents for bringing them and staying on to support our stars. See ye for the final day of the tournament next Saturday. John on Mushera Platform Dance: Annual Mass at St. Dance later on the Platform. Music by Jerome Liam and Lee Sound. With a cuppa as usual. Daniel Kingston Memorial Run: Thurs June 21 starting at 8pm. Money raised goes to ARC. Prizes and refreshments in the G. The month of June, in common with other months, has its own customs, some of which have ancient roots. Others were adopted or changed with the coming of Christianity and some continue to this day.

Midsummer sees the onset of the summer or June solstice, being the longest or shortest day of the year, depending on whether you live in the northern or southern hemisphere. In Ireland, this year's summer solstice falls on Thursday, 21 June, and will bring us the day of the year with most daylight. This will be followed by days of increasing darkness, but hopefully, months of fine and warm weather too.

The astronomical significance of the summer solstice wasn't lost on the ancient people of Cork, who regarded it as extremely important. Farrannahineeny Stone Row, near Kilmichael, is aligned to the summer solstice sunset. On Cape Clear island, there is a 5, year old passage grave aligned to the summer solstice sunrise, making it a truly ancient monument. Old midsummer rituals included the rolling of burning wheels downhill, imitating the sun's course and decline across the sky; and the lighting of fires at crossroads and upon hilltops. The importance of light and the ritual dispelling of darkness were seen as integral and essential parts of life.

As is often the case, ancient Irish festivals continued by becoming associated with Christianity. St John's Eve is also commonly known as 'Bonfire Night'. Today, it conjures images of young folk building bonfires of wood and other materials, but in past times, this particular fire tradition was more of an affair for the entire community.

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Fires would have been lit across Ireland at sunset and tended until late into the night. Young and old would have gathered around them. Events would have differed, depending on what part of the country it was, but could include music, dancing, singing, games, feats of strength and skill, eating and drinking. People would come the following day St John's Day , take ashes from the fire, and spread them over the land to symbolically protect their crops. Holy Well at Knocknagappul, near the top of Musheramore.

The Schools' Collection folklore and local tradition material compiled by Irish primary school students in the s confirms that Cork was no different in mixing ritual and religion in the twentieth century. We learn from the children of Churchtown School that St John's Eve was celebrated by bonfires, when material would be gathered in eager anticipation during the previous week.

Everything that could be obtained was collected together into a heap. Those living near bogs would gather bog deal wood , which would be dried before use and which would blaze 'splendidly' when it was lit. The wood would be stood straight and ringed by sods of turf soaked in paraffin. People would then dance around the lit bonfire.

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They would recite prayers, make 'the rounds' and seek cures and relief from afflictions. In older times, people would have stayed up all night, and spent part of their time in church. There are many holy wells dedicated to St John in Cork county, such as on Musheramore mountain, north of Macroom. This particular mountain is the location for a number of holy wells.

The well near the mountain top was a place where local herdsmen would pray for the continued health and prosperity of their animals. Lower down the mountain is another well, surrounded by stonework, railings, stations of the cross and car parks. It is hard not to be distracted by the stunning beauty and views of the surrounding countryside, mountains and valleys. St John's Well is ancient, and believed by some to have had ritual importance to the surrounding community in pre-Christian times.

The immediate area has plenty evidence of ancient habitation, including stone circles, stone rows, wedge tombs and other Bronze Age monuments. It all serves to remind us of connections between the past and the present, and the importance of and continuation of ritual and religion to this very day. Macloneigh graveyard, although unknown to many, is actually one of the most important religious sites in County Cork.

The area known as Macloneigh was a parish in its own right until it was incorporated into the parish of Kilmichael in Thereafter, the area was known as the United Parishes of Kilmichael and Macloniegh and finally, just Kilmichael. It is reputed to be the baptismal site and early home of St. Finbarr, patron saint of the Diocese of Cork.