THE Clare Echo is delighted to announce its return to the shelves of shops in Gort.

In conjunction with our return to the south County Galway town, The Clare Echo launches its new ‘Gort & North Clare’ section, which will bring readers weekly updates and the latest news from the area.

This reintroduction to Gort would not have been possible without the support of local businesses, most notably Coughlan’s Centra who have come on board as sponsors of our ‘Gort & North Clare’ page.

Speaking about the development, Stuart Holly, Editor of The Clare Echo said, “We are delighted to announce that we are returning to Gort. For the people of Clare, Gort has always been the gateway to Galway but more importantly, the historic town is intrinsically linked to Clare and particularly people in North Clare. Many young people from Clare complete their secondary education in Gort Community School, while a large number do their weekly shopping or are employed in the town.

“We are excited to follow the latest stories and developments from Gort and its surrounding areas again and we encourage you to contact us if you have a story, or would like to promote a community event in The Clare Echo.”

Ross Houlihan, Account Manager with The Clare Echo added, “I wish to thank the businesses of Gort for supporting The Clare Echo as we return to shops every Thursday morning. Promoting local businesses is what we specialise in and we look forward to working with the business community in Gort and south County Galway for many years to come.”

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