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Bunratty Castle & Folk Park to close to public in January as Craggaunowen and Knappogue remain shut

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Shannon Heritage operated sites will close to the public from January to April next year.

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President Higgins contacted in last-ditch attempt to keep Bunratty open

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President Michael D. Higgins has been contacted in a last-ditch attempt to keep Shannon Heritage operated sites in the Mid-West open beyond August 31st continues.

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‘We have the track record’ – Council encouraged again to take over Shannon Heritage sites

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Repeated calls have been made for Clare County Council to acquire Shannon Heritage sites in the county.

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Shannon Group seek multi-mullion euro funding to keep Bunratty Castle & Folk Park and King John’s Castle open beyond August

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Multi-million euro support is required from the Irish Government to allow for Shannon Heritage sites to stay open beyond August 31st.

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Niall O’Callaghan resigns as MD of Shannon Heritage

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Niall O’Callaghan has announced his resignation as Managing Director of Shannon Heritage.

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Bunratty Castle & Folk Park to reopen in June but no mention of Knappogue & Craggaunowen

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*Photograph: John Mangan Bunratty Castle and Folk Park is to reopen earlier than anticipated.

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Shannon Group decision on Bunratty, Knappogue & Craggaunowen ‘premature’

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A “premature decision” by Shannon Group to lay off workers at three of its Clare tourism sites has been criticised by Violet-Anne Wynne (SF).

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Bunratty staff let go until 2021 at earliest

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Workers at three Clare tourism sites owned by Shannon Group have been temporarily let go for the remainder of the year.

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‘Tourism industry has had to press start button for first time’

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US visitors will not return to Ireland until late 2021 or 2022, the Chief Executive of Tourism Ireland has told a Shannon webinar.

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Ancient warriors also set for battle this Sunday

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AS CLARE hurling warriors hit the pitch, so too will the Ancient Celtic Warriors in Craggaunowen. Located outside Quin in…

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