Millstreet Communtiy School.

Team Millstreet Clean Up

 Calling all clubs, shops, businesses, neighbours, cousins, aunties, uncles, grannies, granddads, mammy’s and daddy’s,  come one, come all. Spring has sprung and it’s that time of year again folks. Based on the hugely successful campaign that we ran last year, Millstreet Tidy Town Association in association with Cork County Council are having a Team Millstreet Clean Up day again this year. Saturday, 22nd of April. Grab your brooms, bags, gloves, coats, hats, sunglasses (it was fab last year) and we will give our lovely town a well deserved spring clean. The more the merrier. We will even provide you with a marvellous cup of tea and an even fancier biscuit for your hard work. Meeting point and times to follow during the week. Anyone interested please send us an email @

MCS TY Biodiversity Project

This  year again, Millstreet Tidy Town Association are very proud to working with the Transition

Year students of Millstreet Community School.  Under the instruction of our Wildlife Biologist, Tony Keneally, and being co-ordinated by teachers Bernie McAuliffe and Mary Fitzgerald the Transition Years are undertaking studies of local birds. There is to be a presentation about the Barn Owl and Kestrel on Monday, 20th March 2017 @ Millstreet Community School @ 8pm. All are welcome. It will be a great evening and lots of info for young and old. For more information please see their Facebook page 

Transition Year Students 2016

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Once again the Transition Year Students of  Millstreet Community Scholl have been out and about giving back to their community. Tuesday 3rd of May the TY Students under to supervision of Millstreet Tidy Town Volunteers partial in a Litter Pick. The 24 students picked up a significant amount of litter covering the approach roads into town on this occasion. As ever Millstreet Tidy Town Association are ever grateful for the support that the Millstreet Community School show every year in all projects that we approach them with especially to Mr Derry Morley for his continued support.