‘RISING’ – A film by William Bock at Kildysart...

‘RISING’: A film by William Bock Venue: Kildysart Community Centre Date: Saturday 1st October at 8.00pm Clare Arts Office and Ormston House will host a screening of ‘RISING’ by William...

€302k Brexit funding for Clare marine projects

Following on from the announcement of a scheme to provide up to €35m to local authorities to rejuvenate Ireland’s public marine infrastructure, Minister Charlie McConalogue T.D. has announced the approval of €32.7m in funding for 110 projects around the Irish coast which will fund projects worth over €40m in total.

Scott family collection donated to Clare Museum

While Clare Museum has been closed to the public or has operated under visitor restrictions during the applicable levels of Covid-19 restrictions, it has continued to collect the history of Clare. 

Call for derelict buildings to be returned to use

Clare Independent T.D. Michael McNamara has urged the Government to develop an improved nationwide strategy to bring derelict buildings in Clare’s towns and villages back into use.

New bus service to link Ennis and West Clare

TFI Local Link Limerick Clare has announced the expansion of its services in Clare, including the first rural regular services that will run 5 to 7 days a week.

Kildysart Library collect service this month

Clare County Library Service has overseen the planned re-opening of most library service points since June and had planned to re-open the part-time library in Kildysart this month.

€1.8m funding for Cahercon development

Almost €1.8m has been confirmed for the development of specialist infrastructure and accommodation for maritime and cruise liner related training in Co Clare.

Three hospitalised after Ballyea collision

Three people have been taken to hospital following a multi-vehicle collision in Clare this afternoon.

12.5% increase in amount of people using libraries in...

There has been a 12.5% increase this year in the amount of registered readers in libraries across Co Clare.