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Calls for Center Parcs or Cat Laughs type tourism products for Clare

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Feasibility studies are to be carried out for the provision of nice tourism products and an annual festival in Co Clare.

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Clare may be used as pilot in Sport Ireland facilities audit

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*Tim Smythe Park. Photograph: Clare County Council Clare is in line to be trialled as a pilot in an audit of facilities to be carried out by Sport Ireland.

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Opt rural – details being finalised on pilot resettlement scheme

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*Labasheeda. Photograph: Páraic McMahon Work is underway on a pilot resettlement scheme that will entice more people to live in rural parts of Co Clare.

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‘Kilkee needs the toilet’

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*Public toilets in Kilkee. Photograph: Páraic McMahon New public toilets are “urgently” needed, senior officials in Clare County Council have said.

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Shortage of Clare hotels leading to county ‘leaking visitors’

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“An accommodation deficit” in Co Clare is hindering the ability to maximise the amount of tourists staying overnight in the county.

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Need for Inagh pedestrian crossing to be assessed during tourist season

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West Clare is currently without a designated road technician leading to concern amongst elected representatives that several projects could subsequently “be left on the long finger”.

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‘Clare most anti-rural county for planning’ claims Cllr Kelly

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Clare’s longest serving local elected representative has described the county as “the most anti-rural” so far as planning regulations are concerned.

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Garvey recalls living in fuel poverty

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*Cllr Roisin Garvey. Photograph: Eamon Ward A Clare councillor has revealed her experience of fuel poverty whereby lack of funds as a single mother prompted moving the bedroom into the sitting room of her house. 

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One of Ireland’s first solar powered swimming pools to be built at Lahinch Seaworld

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Lahinch will be home of Ireland’s first solar powered swimming pool with works on its construction due to begin at the Seaworld and Leisure Centre later this month.

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Climate emergency ‘more challenging than the Nuclear War’

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*Some strikers from Fridays for Future Clare. Photograph: Orla Begley. Clare’s Friday for Future protesters scolded county councillors for ‘not doing their homework on climate change’.

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