Clare’s hospitality and tourism industries will once again be reliant on staycations to aid a revival this year in what is going to be another “very difficult year”.
The Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience has been awarded the Fáilte Ireland Service Excellence Business Award and the Fáilte Ireland Covid-19 Safety Charter.
Clare native, Breege O’Donoghue has resigned from her role as Chair of the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland having been recently reinstated to the role by Tanáiste.
A North Clare woman has resigned from her role on the board of Fáilte Ireland over a foreign trip but has been reinstated to a separate body by the Tanáiste.
Wilde Irish Chocolates located in East Clare have opened a new hot chocolate café and coffee dock.
North Clare roads frequented by tourists are in need of adequate improvements to cater for their usage, elected representatives have flagged.
Pubs have been given the green light to reopen on September 21st following a meeting of Cabinet on Tuesday morning.
A West Clare councillor has suggested that a coastal walk be developed in Kilkee akin to the popular Liscannor to Doolin trail.
Ennistymon needs to “maximise the benefits” of funding from the Fáilte Ireland Destinations Town initiative.
Miltown Malbay has “been shafted” by its continued omission from the Wild Atlantic Way route with West Clare councillors stressing that this be rectified prior to an expected increase in staycations this summer.