Author Archives: Marie clare Gorman

Clarecastle Street Rejuvenation to progress further!!

Clarecastle Tidy Towns in association with Clarecastle Community Development CLG has secured further funding of €100,000 under the National Town and Village Renewal Scheme 2017  to progress the “Clarecastle Street Rejuvenation” programme that started at the beginning of the year.  Under the 2016 Scheme, Clarecastle was awarded 90,000 euros which has been used for a range of work including the removal ... Read More »

Youth Helps Youth project promoted in local parishes

As part of their Youth Helps Youth Project, the young people of Clarecastle Ballyea’s Londubh Youth Choir & Celtic Ensemble are planning a concert in Clarecastle Church on Sunday, 3rd December to fundraise for the Limerick Grief Project. This weekend members of the choir visited a number of churches in the area to promote the concert and to set the seed for ... Read More »

Christmas market mid November – book your stand!

Calling all local crafters/business people. this year’s 2 day Christmas market will take place on Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th Nov. If you would like to book a stand please email nichola.shannon@yahoo.co.uk for a booking form. Read More »

Charity concert on Sunday 3rd December in Clarecastle church – a must!!

Clarecastle Ballyea’s Londubh Youth Choir & Celtic Ensemble are planning a concert in Clarecastle Church on Sunday 3rd December to fundraise for the Limerick Grief Project as part of the choir’s Youth helps Youth project. The concert will be directed by Claire Connellan and Dr Tim Collins and is supported by Bishop Fintan Monahan. The choir will be joined by some impressive ... Read More »

Clarecastle Tidy Towns meeting this Monday – litter on the agenda

Clarecastle Community Development’s Tidy Towns Committee will hold its next meeting on Monday 16th October at 7.30pm in the Old School. Ciara Griffin from Clare Local Development Company will be present to discuss options for possible European LEADER support for Clarecastle residents and the Tidy Town Committee in tackling ‘black spot’ areas with particular focus on the litter and tidiness category ... Read More »

CCDL putting Clarecastle on the Map

For the past few months CCDL has been actively working with Failte Ireland, Clare County Council, Clare Local Development Company, Public Representatives and community organisations in Clare to ensure that Clarecastle is positioned to avail of opportunities arising from Failte Ireland’s initiative to create a Shannon Estuary Way. The Shannon Estuary is a spectacular and unspoilt estuary just off the ... Read More »