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Burren Ecotourism Network pushing for longer visitor stays

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*Pictured here at the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience from left are Jarlath O’Dwyer – Burren Ecotourism Network, Siobhan Nolan – Doolin Ferry Company, Joan Hamilton – Doolin2Aran Ferries, Helen Browne – Doolin Cave, Frances Connole – Burren Centre, Kilfenora, Geraldine Enright – Cliffs of Moher, Mark O’Shaughnessy – Cliffs of Moher, Birgitta Curtin –…

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German TV crew to showcase Co Clare to audience of 500,000+

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*Bernd Goetz (cameraman); Mark Hammerl (sound engineer); Nathaly Janho (director); and Tony Kirby, Heart of Burren Walks, filming in the Burren National Park for the popular German travel programme called Service:Reisen Die Ratgeber. Photograph: Eamon Ward German TV station, Hessicher Rundfunk were filming in Clare this week along the Wild Atlantic Way with shots from…

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Eco-Tourism bringing a new way of life to farming in The Burren

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Cathal O’Rourke is a fifth generation farmer in Tubber but he and his wife, Bronagh are bringing a whole new dimension to the almost 500 acres of land.

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World class tourism experience can be brought to Lough Derg

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Lough Derg has the potential to become “a world class tourism product” if the right strategy is put in place.

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5,000-year-old Burren murder mystery being examined

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A 5,000-year-old murder mystery from the Burren in County Clare is the subject of an exhibition at Clare Museum in Ennis.

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Kilkee Golf Club to improve facilities for disabled members

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Kilkee Golf Club and the Burren Ecotourism Network are the latest beneficiaries of LEADER funding in the county.

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Tourists not staying in Clare due to “third world connectivity”

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“Third world connectivity” to Co Clare is putting tourists off staying in the county, Cllr Pat Daly has claimed. Tourism was listed as a key asset to the Mid West in the draft regional spatial and economic strategy (RSES) produced by the Southern Regional Assembly. The document referred to the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s Ancient…

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Top 5 ways to spend the last days of Summer

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A trip to the Island While the Aran Islands themselves belong to Galway, Inis Oirr is nearer to Clare and so I think it’s ok to include it in this week’s Love Clare column. I can’t think of a better way to spend a day/week/month during the summer months for families of all ages. Take…

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Clare celebrates National Day of Youthful Creativity

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A series of free cultural events marking Cruinniú na nÓg, the national Day of Youthful Creativity, will take place across County Clare next week. The initiative, which is being funded under the Creative Ireland Programme and supported by the Culture Team of Clare County Council, celebrates and encourages children and young people’s participation in culture…

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Green Business Seminar announced for Kilrush

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Clare County Council, in conjunction with EPA Green Business and Kilrush Tidy Towns, will host the 2018 Green Business Seminar at the recently opened DigiClare Kilrush Hub on Monday 18 June at 9.00am. James Hogan, EPA Green Businesses, who will be a speaker at the ceremony, says businesses of all sizes can make significant cost…

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