Registration open for the Big Beach Clean

The Big Beach Clean initiative is back, and Clean Coasts, supported by Cully and Sully, are calling people all across Clare to register to receive clean-up kits and join the world biggest clean-up. 

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.

Ennis man called up for Polar expedition

World renowned explorer Jim McNeill has chosen Ennis writer and children’s entertainer Anthony Galvin to take part in one of the most important and ambitious polar expeditions of our time; to be the first ever to reach the Northern Pole of Inaccessibility, collecting vital climate change data on route.

More Eagles to be released on Lough Derg

The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has released White-tailed Eagles into the wild as part of a long-term initiative to re-establish a population of this iconic, and once extinct, species in Ireland.

Burrenbeo Trust celebrates Heritage Week

St. Patrick’s hall in Corofin, Co.Clare and a few locations in the surrounding Burren area will be the venues for a day long programme of events celebrating community action for Heritage on Saturday 20th of August.
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Burren named ‘Best Place to Holiday in Ireland’

The Burren in County Clare has been crowned ‘The Best Place to Holiday in Ireland 2022'.

Biodiversity recognised in Scariff Harbour Festival programme

Scariff Harbour Festival and Irish Seed Savers have come together to highlight the issue of biodiversity loss and to create an awareness of the need for sustainable and lasting change in the way people interact with the environment.

Dev’s Dodge car moved to Clare Museum

A 1947 Dodge car once owned by Eamon de Valera has been moved from its display building in Harmony Row to a new home in the newly refurbished exhibition area at Clare Museum.