An anonymous donor has expressed an interest in making a significant contribution believed to be in six figures towards Coláiste Eoghain Uí Chomhraidhe if it is turned into an Irish language cultural hub.
*Flying Harry by Kim Thittichai. Loop Head-based artist Kim Thittichai is exhibiting her Atlantic inspired works at Cultúrlann Sweeney, Kilkee until September 23rd.
*Sarah Ferrigan and Sarah Clancy in Shannon. Photograph c/o: @sarahmaintains US Vice President Mike Pence’s coming to Clare “is more a cause for concern than celebration” according to campaigners living in the county.
‘Pastimes. Past Times’ is the main theme of Heritage Week 2019 with 65 events so far confirmed to take place around County Clare from 17 August to 25 August.
*Scattery Island. Photograph: Fáilte Ireland West Clare’s tourism offering can easily rival the best in Ireland once proper collaboration is carried out in the region.
4,000 visitors will descend upon the county this weekend as the SKODA Ring of Clare cycle pedals into town.
*Photograph: Martin Connolly ‘Golf is the second language of Lahinch’ and this relationship is set to leave it’s biggest benefit yet with an estimated €5m to be spent there during the course of The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.
*Daniel Lyons & Laura Foley. Photograph: Martin Connolly Mention Carrigaholt and the first few facts that tend to come to mind include dolphin watching, it’s location at the mouth of the River Shannon, Coláiste Eoghan Uí Chomhraidhe and being part of the Loop Head Peninsula but one more item is expected to be added to…
When he decided to join Fianna Fáil to contest the local elections, Cillian Murphy said “it was time”, after an unsuccessful attempt in 2004 his time has come to represent the people of West Clare on the County Council.
*Cillian Murphy. Photograph: Valerie O’Sullivan Fifteen years on from last seeking a seat on Clare County Council, Cillian Murphy feels “it’s time” to try bring pro community and West Clare ideas to the local authority.