Three Clare sites should be included on Ireland’s tentative list for future World Heritage nominations to UNESCO, the county’s only Independent Oireachtas member stated.
Scattery Island Heritage Group (SIHG) have launched their new website, a community archive designed to include public contributions of photos, stories and memories to expand the story of the island.
Scattery Island Tours resumes its operations on July 3rd, with owner Irene Hampton optimistic that the West Clare island escape will provide the perfect platform for a family staycation in what will undoubtedly be, the hardest year to ever hit the tourism and hospitality sector.
Leading health officials have urged the Irish public to go on staycations in 2020 as opposed to travelling abroad, a Clare councillor has highlighted one location in the West of the county that needs to capitalise on this message.
*Pictured in Moycullen at a joint meeting of the ICAN project community participants, left to right, Eric Shaw, Clarecastle Community Development Group; Congella McGuire, Heritage Officer, Clare County Council; John O’Brien, Shannon Historical Society; Olive Carey, Dúchas na Sionna A number of Clare heritage groups are partnering with the National Museum of Ireland and Clare …
Following their recent award as the European Destination of excellence award for Ireland for 2017, Scattery Island has scooped a further award at this week’s Annual EDEN conference in Romania. This award was given for ‘Best Practice in Sustainable Tourism and Implementation’ and recognises the work carried out by Scattery Island Tours in implementing and …