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Clarecastle turns on Christmas tree for first time since 1960s!

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WHETHER you’re a lifelong resident, new to the community, an occasional visitor, or just passing through, you’re bound to notice the buzz around Clarecastle.  As we all gear up for the holidays but also near the end of a very eventful year, why not visit the land of the magpies from 4.45pm on Saturday, December…

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Imelda King Kennedy releases Christmas album to raise funds for Saint Vincent de Paul

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CLARE singer Imelda King Kennedy has released an album of Christmas carols in the lead-up to the festive season, all in the name of a good cause.

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16 Days of Action on Violence Against Women

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Clare Haven Services mark 16 Days of Action on Violence Against Women The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an annual international campaign from 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, until 10 December, Human Rights Day. It aims to raise awareness and to call for the prevention…

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Fiddles at the ready in Ennistymon for a very good cause

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ON NOVEMBER 28, the Ennistymon Vocational School will host their annual concert in aid of the friends of Ennistymon Hospital. The concert takes place at the Falls Hotel, where an eclectic mix of both students and surprise personalities within the traditional music scene in North Clare will come together, united through the custom of music,…

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Clarecastle National School opens its doors to the public next week

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CLARECASTLE National School open night takes place on Thursday, November 28 from 6.30-8.30pm. Principal Martin Moloney told The Clare Echo that the night will give parents a good opportunity to get a feel for the school and understand the range of activities and policies in place at Clarecastle. Clarecastle National School serves the village and…

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Clare pupils get out in the fresh air, just like the good old days

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County Clare Schools are celebrating Clean Air Week with Green-Schools Travel Officer Róisín Ní Gháirbhith. Hundreds of schools around Ireland are taking part in Clean Air Week which concludes tomorrow, Friday, November 22 2019. Clean Air Week is the latest campaign from the Green-Schools Travel programme, which promotes active and sustainable travel on the journey to school. Events across…

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Stephen James Smith takes the stage at glór

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glór is proud to present one of the most exciting and vibrant artists of our time Acclaimed Writer, Poet and Performer Stephen James Smith with guest artist Thunderclap Murphy in a unique performance of spoken word and music. Stephen has performed his poetry at high profile events and festivals around the world and in 2012…

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2 For Joy, an enjoyable shopping trip

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*Photos by John Mangan “I Have Nothing to wear!” – where have you heard that before? The spontaneous pleasure and anticipation of a special social event can often be dampened by anxiety when deciding what to wear. Of course not everyone experiences this dilemma but many people do. Before you make haste in search of…

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Charlie McEnery celebrates 10 years in business

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*Photos by John Mangan Charlie McEnery is known in one circle as a rally co-driver however locally, it’s his ability to navigate his way to success in business that has made him a household name. There’s no doubt about it, Charlie has been at the wheel in driving on Charlie McEnery Motor Services Ltd over…

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OPINION: “We are lucky” – Miltown Direct Provision resident

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*Miltown Malbay’s Direct Provision residents enjoyed a trip to Galway recently.  Innocent Iroaganachi is an asylum seeker living in Miltown Malbay, he wrote for The Clare Echo about the warm reception extended by the people of the West Clare town and how lucky they feel to be in Co Clare.

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