Not alone does Make Kilkee Plastic Free do what it says on the tin but also reminds the people of Ireland that it’s residents are proud of their environment and what the area represents.
A do not swim notice in Kilkee “couldn’t of happened at a worse time in the year” as businesses recorded a dip in activity as holiday makers vacated the location as a result.
Elected representative and officials in the West Clare Municipal District will hold a presentation in September to gain a better understanding of the work required in bringing a world class Greenway to the county.
*Photograph: @thepmanofficial Discharge of wastewater into the sea at Kilkee has prompted the issuing of a Do Not Swim notice.
Parents and guardians are being urged to take cognisance of their children’s activity in Kilkee after youngsters were filmed jumping off a cliff edge believed to be eighty feet high.
*Moneypoint. Photograph: Páraic McMahon Despite the looming loss of over 100 jobs at Moneypoint, there is hope for the site of the power plant with one West Clare elected representative maintaining it has the potential to become “the Silicon Valley for renewables”.
An end of year review on the shuttle bus service for the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience will be central to determining if a co-ordinated inter-connected mini-bus service can be expanded to other parts of Co Clare.
*Moneypoint Power Plant. Photograph: Páraic McMahon A delegation of West Clare councillors are today (Wednesday) issuing a letter to secure a meeting with two Ministers plus a number of agencies and the ESB on the future of Moneypoint.
Motorists are ‘taking their lives into their hands’ by having to travel in the middle of certain roads due to unmaintained hedges in Co Clare.
Further frustration has been voiced with the current health offering for Ireland’s population in the Mid-West.