Clare projects benefit from Fáilte Ireland funding

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Tourism and Aviation Cathal Crowe has welcomed confirmation that two facilities in Clare are to benefit from a new Fáilte Ireland fund, targeting outdoor water-based activities. 

Parish’s phone production well received

A special and unique performance, recorded on participant's phones and broadcast into its homes of a tiny community in East Clare, was well received locally and by a wider audience.

Small parish produces special show in defiance of Covid-19

A tiny Co. Clare community will bring a special and unique performance into its homes on Sunday night in a show of solidarity with parishioners during the Covid-19 lock-down.

New Classroom for O’Gonnolloe National School

The Department of Education and Skills has give the green light to a new mainstream classroom, including en-suite toilets and a separate WC facility for assisted users at one of east Clare’s fastest growing schools.

O’Gonnelloe parish stages Songs of our Counties

Fresh from their celebration of the parish’s rich history of potato growing, O’Gonnelloe’s sense of community takes another rich turn at the weekend when the parish stages Songs of our Counties.

Funding for road safety measures and play areas

Clare County Council has received confirmation from the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural & Gaeltacht Affairs of its decision to allocate €323,000 in funding for 9 local Road Safety and Play Area schemes under the CLÁR Programme as part of the Government’s Action Plan for Rural Development.

1916 show set for final curtain

A special East Clare celebration of the centenary of the 1916 Rising through music, song and poetry will get a final and eagerly awaited bow on December 27th.

Clare publican in London breaks another record

One of London’s best-known pubs, run for over three decades by a Clare man, has set a new record for the largest number of Christmas trees and lights on the premises.

Tear through East Clare in community cycle

Following the success of last year’s inaugural Tear Through East Clare cycle it has been decided for the event to enter its second year.