Renewed energy and investment needs to be pumped into Lisdoonvarna Spa Wells to prevent authentic selling points of the landmark being “lost forever,” according to North Clare representatives.
A contract for the design of the Inis Cealtra (Holy Island) Visitor experience has been signed by Clare County Council and its consultants with the project viewed as a future model for sustainable tourism.
Retaining the ‘leaking spend’ of visitors to the Cliffs of Moher must form an integral part of a twenty year strategy for the country’s most visited outdoor tourism attraction.
Community groups are finding it “virtually impossible” to secure insurance for new playgrounds.
A ten year Clare tourism strategy has been approved by local elected representatives.
A Clare woman whose husband is buried in Ennis is considering exhuming his body due to repeated intimidation experienced when travelling to the cemetery.
‘Inaction’ on behalf of Clare County Council regarding the future of Moneypoint has been criticised while renewed calls have been made to prepare the county for climate change.
A review of the maintenance and operation of all burial grounds in Co Clare is to be undertaken for the first time since the recession.
Criteria for community organisations involved in development on public property which is funded by Clare County Council is to be examined.
Potential sites for adding extra parking spaces to Ennistymon are currently being assessed.