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KILRUSH’s digital hub is to be relocated due to increasing demand for the facility.

Officially opened in March 2018, the Kilrush Hub which is part of the DigiClare network was among the measures contained in the Clare County Council Digital Strategy, which seeks to provide communities with access to broadband infrastructure and facilities.

Access to superfast internet connectivity provides users with access to next-generation telecommunications including high-definition video conference calling and mobile technologies, along with faster upload and download speeds.

Since opening, the facilities have proved extremely popular with all sectors of the community, providing a flexible working environment for residents, community groups, local enterprises and entrepreneurs to work and collaborate, and to avail of meeting rooms with high-speed internet connectivity and full audio-visual facilities.

Summer time has always seen the Kilrush facility experience a substantial increase in bookings with tourists visiting West Clare.

A spokesperson for Clare County Council confirmed to The Clare Echo that the local authority was in the process of upgrading the facilities and relocating to a new premises at the Merchants Quay building in Kilrush. “The new upgraded facilities will now include a number of small business units, meeting rooms, private flexible pods, hot desks, privacy booths and canteen facilities. These facilities will be available to the public. While the hot desks and flexible office space can be booked online at, persons interested in leasing one of the small business units available should email”.

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