WELCOME to The Daily Click, where we put the spotlight on businesses in County Clare with an online shop.

The Clare Echo is asking local people to get behind Clare businesses, and to think local before visiting international shopping websites. Today, we are showcasing what’s available online in Ballycasey Craft & Design Centre, the first in two parts of Shannon. Go ahead, give them a click and explore some of the unique offerings available in Clare.

This series is part of The Clare Echo’s #clickforclare initiative, supported by Local Enterprise Office Clare.

Business name: Lavender Beauty
Who they are: Home to professional beauty therapists and hairdresser offering a wide range of beauty treatments
Where they are located: Ballycasey Craft & Design Centre
What they sell: Very wide selection of beauty products and top brands
Where I can find them: https://lavenderbeauty.ie/

Business name: Creative Clay Ireland
Who they are: Raquel Walsh, a graduate of Limerick school of Art & Design is inspired by the natural beauty of the landscape around her in particular The Burren
Where they are located: Ballycasey Craft & Design Centre
What they sell: Beautifully crafted vases, wall pieces, candle holders, planters and more
Where I can find them: https://www.creativeclayireland.com/

Business name: Gleeson Goldsmiths
Who they are: With over 30 years’ experience and Brian Gleeson (pictured) at the helm, Gleeson Goldsmith combines traditional master crafting with modern goldsmith methods to design and manufacture totally unique jewellery.
Where they are located: Ballycasey Craft & Design Centre
What they sell: Wide selection of hand-crafted jewellery to meet a range of budgets, inluding Gleeson Goldsmiths’ own Burren Collection
Where I can find them: https://gleesongoldsmiths.ie/

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