*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.
Aoibhín Garrihy gives her top 5 Brilliant Weekend Brunches in Clare
*John Conlon and Mike Casey in battle. Photograph: Martin Connolly Stuart Holly, Editor of The Clare Echo says Clare’s hurling followers baying for blood should get a grip.
Aoibhín’s Top Five (plus one bonus) Podcasts to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week
Mick O’Dea Hailing from Ennis, Mick O’Dea is one of Ireland’s most celebrated, award winning artists. President of the RHA, Mick’s work has been not only enjoyed for it’s unique style but studied nationally and internationally. Mick’s recent historical themes include the Black and Tans and the Irish War of Independence having also been commissioned…
The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Acts 2005 and 2010 set out the rights and obligations of both employers and employees and provides for substantial fines and penalties for breaches of the health and safety legislation but it’s practicalities of what to do on the spot that we address in this article, writes William…
Hiding in the friary car park in Ennis SweetnGreen are a family run healthy cafe and restaurant with a twist. Sweet n Green by day are a healthy cafe offering healthy, tasty breakfast and lunch as well as some delicious deserts, hence the name. Friday and Saturdays however offer a little extra
Aoibhíns Top 5 items that took her fancy this week
Inspired by Vitamin Sea on RTÉ One on Monday night I am fascinated by water therapy and how great that fresh dip really is for us. Here are some of Clare’s best swimming locations.
Located n the busy Market Square of Ennis, LeCroque offers French style sandwiches and Moroccan style cuisine. LeCroque is run by Fatima and John who recently moved to the Market from Parnell street. We arrived at LeCroque around 1pm to have some lunch and were greeted by their friendly staff and showed to our table during a busy lunchtime. LeCroque offer two unique menus as well as some tasty specials. One menu offers LeCroque sandwiches. Croque monsieur sandwiches are a popular french style which translates to mister crunch, LeCroque have several variations of this toasted sandwich. Croque, which means to crunch or bite, also serve a selection of amazing Moroccan dishes, salads, sandwiches and cakes. So whether you are looking a classic Moroccan tagine or just a coffee and bun LeCroque covers everything.