Monday 20 September 2021
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Millstreet Men’s Shed Group finds a new home in Old Fire Station

I was delighted to have been with the gentlemen from the Millstreet Men’s Shed group as they signed a lease with Cork County Council on the Old Fires Station in Millstreet last week. The old fire station will become the new home of Millstreet Men’s Shed group. The very best of luck lads with the new premises.

Pictured recently signing the lease for the Old Fires Station in Millstreet which is to become the new home for the Millstreet Men's Shed Group were from L-R: Barry Owens, Cork County Council, Donagh Reardon Secretary, Millstreet Men's Shed, Bertie Buckley, Chairman of Millstreet Men's Shed, Jack Corkery, Millstreet Men's Shed, Chairman of the Kanturk/Mallow Municipal District of Cork County Council Cllr. John Paul O' Shea, Paddy Roche, PRO of Milstreet Men's Shed, Liz Donovan, Kanturk Mallow Municipal District Officer, Roger Cresswell, Treasurer and Richard Keating, Property Section, Cork County Council.

Pictured recently signing the lease for the Old Fires Station in Millstreet which is to become the new home for the Millstreet Men’s Shed Group were from L-R: Barry Owens, Cork County Council, Donagh Reardon Secretary, Millstreet Men’s Shed, Bertie Buckley, Chairman of Millstreet Men’s Shed, Jack Corkery, Millstreet Men’s Shed, Chairman of the Kanturk/Mallow Municipal District of Cork County Council Cllr. John Paul O’ Shea, Paddy Roche, PRO of Milstreet Men’s Shed, Liz Donovan, Kanturk Mallow Municipal District Officer, Roger Cresswell, Treasurer and Richard Keating, Property Section, Cork County Council.