Leonard Cleary

Demand to pedestrianise Lahinch main street during Irish Open

Business personnel in Lahinch have requested the closure of the coastal town’s main street to traffic during The Irish Open. Cllr Bill Slattery outlined a proposal from business people in the area at last Wednesday’s meeting of the West Clare Municipal District for a full day or evening closure of the main street in Lahinch. …

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Tour bus operators receive no financial incentives to visit Cliffs

No incentives are given to tour bus operators that travel to the Cliffs of Moher. Clare is home to Ireland’s second most popular tourist attraction and subsequently large amounts of tour buses travel to the Cliffs of Moher daily. Individuals involved in the hospitality and tourism sector have spoken about the how the amount of …

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Work to begin on Ennistymon multi-service centre

*Pictured at the contract signing for a new Multi-Service Innovation Centre in Ennistymon L-R Cllr. Richard Nagle; Aldo Andreucetti, Clerk of Works, General Design, Clare County Council; Urban McMahon, Head of Information Systems & Clare Broadband Officer, Clare County Council; John Moylan, Chief Technician, General Design, Clare County Council; Cllr. Bill Slattery; Leonard Cleary, Director …

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Ask for Angela aims to make Clare a safer destination to socialise

*Promoting the rollout of ‘Ask for Angela’ in Clare L-R: John Kerin, Chief Supt for the Clare Garda Division; Annette Donnellan, Administrator, Clare JPC; Leonard Cleary, Director of Rural Development; Councillor Mary Howard, Chair of Clare JPC; and Darragh McAllister, Chairman of Clare VFI. Photograph by Eamon Ward Hospitality providers across Clare including bar, restaurant, …

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Clare’s new rural officers to ’empower entire community’

by Paraic McMahon Four rural and community development officers will be engaging with towns and villages all over Clare to empower the entire county. At last Tuesday’s meeting of the Rural Development SPC, Director of Rural Development, Leonard Cleary introduced the quartet that have been employed by Clare County Council since the summer. Although they …

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