Conference on conserving and restoring historic buildings

Conservation and heritage experts from academia, government, local government and the private sector will hear about the urgent need to improve the skills needed...

Still time to plan ‘Hometown Architect’ regeneration project

The Irish Architecture Foundation (IAF) is reminding community groups and local architects in Co Clare that they have until the 16th of January to submit joint projects for...

New open call for town centre regeneration projects in...

The Irish Architecture Foundation’s new ‘Hometown Architect’ initiative is calling on community groups and local architects in Co Clare to team up and submit projects The Irish...

See list of events showcasing Clare’s heritage

Clare County Council has announced  a wealth of events are taking place in Clare during National Heritage Week 2022, with more than 70 events registered by heritage groups throughout the county to date.

Cathedral and pub benefit under Historic Structures Fund

Two well-known Clare heritage sites, St Flannan's Church of Ireland Cathedral and Frawley's Bar in Lahinch and have been awarded funding to conserve notable historic structures.
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Viability of Clare Heritage Mapviewer being investigated

A heritage mapping consultant is working on a Clare-based project to ascertain the viability of a dedicated Clare County Heritage Mapviewer.

East Clare needs landmark attraction – McNamara

Clare Independent T.D. Michael McNamara has said the announcement by Clare County Council of plans to develop an Inis Cealtra (Holy Island) visitor centre in Mountshannon presents significant potential for the tourism sector and wider economy of East Clare. 

Burrenbeo Christmas talk on Scots pine in the Burren

Burrenbeo's Tea Talk in December will focus on the history of Scots Pine in Ireland with a particular focus on the Burren.