Co Clare has struggled to maximise its water sport and recreation potential, prompting the call for a new feasibility study while a seven year old equivalent has not delivered on any of its objectives.
An unprecedented renewable energy opportunity for Ireland, the Shannon Estuary and the west coast of Clare has been unveiled in a new major study.
Shannon Estuary Glamping was established by Frank Power in the interest of tourism development in the Shannon Estuary.
An expenditure of €131m is included in Clare County Council’s revenue budget which puts a priority on local SMEs, housing, town enhancement plans and rural regeneration while future capital projects such as the West Clare Greenway, Blake’s Corner and the Killaloe Bypass are identified for progression.
Reports of a capsized catamaran prompted the launch of Kilrush RNLI lifeboat on Sunday morning.
Discussions are underway surrounding the development of a Blueway Plan for the Shannon Estuary.
Established in 1966 Shannon golf course which was designed by John D. Harris has been tested by golfers from all over the world including European professionals and a host of US stars.
ESTUARY Way Café is the newest gem on Clare’s Shannon Estuary – the result of a community effort to make Ballynacally a more attractive place to live and visit.
Clare’s longest serving councillor has led the call for the creation of a “mini marina” in Labasheeda.
Labasheeda is to get the treatment afforded to Lahinch, Liscannor and Ennistymon last year as it has been chosen for the paint scheme administered by Clare County Council.