325m-year-old amphibian bones discovered in Clare

A recently discovered single limb bone and a possible ilium of a tetrapod discovered in Co Clare is the oldest stratigraphically well-constrained tetrapod skeletal fossil material described from Ireland.

108 Heritage Week events confirmed for Clare

‘Discover the past. Build the future’ is the main theme of Heritage Week 2018 with a record 108 events taking place around County Clare from 18 August to 26 August.

Works completed on historic Lisdoonvarna Bridge

Clare County Council has completed a rehabilitation project at Saint Brendan’s Bridge just east of Lisdoonvarna, near St. Brendan’s Road.

Burren and Cliffs included in new Geotourism Route

The Burren & Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark has been included in a new cultural route launching across Europe.

Dysert O’Dea Castle receives historical site status

A plaque has been unveiled at Dysert O'Dea Castle, Co. Clare, designating it a Clans of Ireland Historical Site.
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Clare to host record number of Heritage Week events

‘It’s In Your Nature’ is the main theme of Heritage Week 2017 with a record 102 events taking place around County Clare from 19 August to 27 August.

Stunning drone footage of ‘Jewel of the Shannon’

Hundreds of hours of video footage captured over two years using not one but two drones, have all been edited down into 5 minutes 24 seconds of spectacular video of Lough Derg, or as it’s better known; The Jewel of the Shannon.

Ger & Paddy designing a happy retirement

Two stalwarts of Clare County Council’s General Design section retire from the organisation this coming Friday bringing to an end combined public service careers spanning 75 years.